Access to these resources is freely available online.
Changing the lives of young people since 1983, the Boys and Girls Club of Peel is a not-for-profit charitable organization that engages children, youth, and families across the Region of Peel. Our families come from all walks of life; some are seen as at-risk children, youth, and families from low-income communities, but in the end, everyone can benefit from the services and programs we offer. We provide a safe place for individuals to participate in impactful, fun activities that support the development of confidence, learning, and positive relationships.
The official website and go-to information resource for residents and businesses in the City of Brampton.
Provides clear, accurate and practical legal information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights in Ontario.
ECLYPSE (Experiential Centre Lighting
Family Education Centre started with a group of parents who held a strong commitment that improving parenting skills was a critical component in raising emotionally healthy children. In 1974, they began studying evidence-based materials based on Adlerian philosophy and decided that they wanted to share these skills with other parents when they began to see the impact in their own families. They began facilitating parenting programs to other parents within their own community, and the basis of FEC took root.
Developed by the William Osler Health System, the Patient and Family Education Resources is an online patient-focused guide for health information. Provides coverage on a diverse range of health information needs, including resources for health care options and finding a healthcare provider, understanding and evaluating health information, health reference tools, and more.
A comprehensive information directory with listings for more than 2,500 community and government agencies, programs, and services in Peel Region.
A not-for-profit, charitable, accredited health service provider organization. Our vision is to have healthy, thriving diverse communities and to improve the well-being of individuals, families, and communities using an anti-racism and anti-oppression framework.
PCHS Health Magazine's monthly issues keep the community updated about our ongoing events and programs in mental health, addictions, settlement, and geriatrics.
Provides information on programs and services for residents and businesses in the municipalities of Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga.