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Peel Community Services Directory

https://peel.cioc.ca/ This is an online database for resources in the peel region. You can search by keyword, category, organization etc.

The sex-education gap for the LGBTQ+ community

Sex education largely does not account for sexual diversity There is a problem in the way that sex education portrays the risk of contracting STDs. Studies by the Centre for

Canadian Hearing Society: Settlement Program for Newcomers

The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) provides free services and guidance to help newcomers to Canada who are culturally deaf, oral deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing in order to ensure

Veteran’s Affairs Canada: Mental Health Resources

“There is a wide range of mental health services, support and information for Veterans and their families. The most important thing to realize is that you are not alone; help

January 15-19th is No Name-Calling Week

No Name-Calling Week is taking place between January 15th and 19th this year. Run each year by the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), this year marks the 15th year

CBC Report on Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients Staying Active

A common misconception regarding people who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia is that their diagnosis renders them unproductive members of society. The Alzheimer’s Society of

Alzheimer’s Society of Canada #stillhere Campaign

The Alzheimer’s Society of Canada is working to remind Canadians that people living with dementia are still valuable members of their communities and to try to ensure that they work

Recovering Together: The Sobriety Collective Blog

Recovering from addiction can be a lonely journey, but there are lots of resources out there to help! The Sobriety Collective is the ultimate hub of people in the process

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month: How Literature Can Help Us Learn and Cope with a Loved One’s...

Novelist Stefan Merrill Block once wrote in an article for The New Yorker about the literature of Alzheimer’s that “the full, internal experience of Alzheimer’s is an account that fiction alone

Alzheimer's Awareness Month: Difficult Behaviours in Alzheimer’s Patients

Behaviour and Stigma An important focus of this year’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Month is the topic of stigma, which is a negative belief or stereotype surrounding a person or group of

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