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Organization: Native Child and Family Services of Toronto  
Phone Numbers: 416-969-8510
Fax: 416-928-0706
Email: info@nativechild.org
Website: www.nativechild.org
Address:
30 College St
Toronto, ON
M5G 1K2
Intersection: Yonge St and College St
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * evening appointments and programs
Executives: Kenn Richard - Executive Director
Marion Keddie - Director, Finance and Administration
Contacts: Kelly Hashemi - Agency Events and Communications Coordinator
416-969-8510 ext 3472 * khashemi@nativechild.org
Service Description: Child protection services * family violence treatment and prevention including child sexual abuse * individual and family counselling * programs for women in abusive relationships * member agency of Support Services Network for Male Survivors in Ontario * children's mental health program * recruitment, education and support for foster and adoptive parents * addiction and mental health case management * early intervention/care planning * aftercare

Partner Assault Response (PAR) -- 12 week group education and counselling program on domestic violence and non-abusive ways of resolving conflict * victims/partners of the offender provided with support including safety planning, referrals to community resources, and information on offender’s progress

Prevention and Support Programs -- family support and development * parenting circles * community kitchen * clothing bank

Youth Programs -- drop-in for youth 16-24 years * outreach * counselling * support * transitional housing * substance abuse prevention * HIV prevention * social, recreation and cultural activities

Educational Programs -- Aboriginal Ontario Early Years Centre -- local lead agency for Ontario Early Years Centres * education and support for families with children birth-6 years * summer day camp and residential camp * GED program at Native Learning Centre (83 Alexander Street, tel. 416-393-0358) and Scarborough office -- for youth 18-20 years

See branch records for additional information

Services and Programs:

Fees: Program - PAR -- client fee based on sliding scale * None
Application: Drop in or call

PAR program -- call to schedule an intake/assessment meeting
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Aboriginal people, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis * children in need of protection under the Child and Family Services Act

PAR program -- offenders 18 years and older, ordered by the court to attend the program in response to a criminal charge involving domestic violence
Languages: English ; Ojibway
Area(s) Served:
Durham Region, East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, York - Toronto  
See Also: Child Abuse and Welfare
Clothing and Household Items
Counselling - Personal, Family and Couple
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples
Intimate Partner Violence Counselling
Mental Health for Children and Youth
Ontario Early Years Centres
Parenting Education
Shelters and Drop-in Centres for Youth
Youth Centres

This information was last completely updated on January 28, 2016

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