Options Employment Outreach is a not-for -profit agency that provides employment counselling for people with disabilities. Our team of professionals will assist you in your search for employment with one -to-one counselling. Our employment counsellors will work with you to develop an action plan and provide you with the tools you need to break down barriers and build your future. Our agency activities include:Job development within the community Accessibility consultation Employer/Public awareness Access to funding through government agencies for education/employment Referrals for pre-employment
PRUDE Inc. (Pride of Race, Unity & Dignity through Education) develops and promotes programs to assist the visible minority and multicultural communities with public education, youth leadership, skills development training and conversation language practice. We also offer "Cultural Diversity" workshops for businesses. Feel free to contact us. We're excited to see how we can help.
The Saint John Women's Empowerment Network has been in existence in Saint John, since 1994 (originally under the name "The Urban Core Support Network (UCSN)" until 2014). Our vision is a community in which women are empowered, living sustainable lives and are contributing as full partners in society. We are a strong, resilient organization that has made a difference in the lives of women and has an impact on our community. Our focus is to strengthen and deepen our roots so that we can continue to enable, engage and empower women in Saint John. We offer a 10 week leadership training program for low income women (POWER UP!); a self-esteem program (Key to Healthy Self-Esteem); an annual community capacity building program and experiential workshops designed to help the participant better understand the realities of living in poverty.
Our Vision As VETS Canada continues to grow, our goal is that VETS Canada be recognized throughout Canada for its expertise in seeking out and providing initial response to homeless and at-risk veterans. With Ground Support Teams in every province, we will seek out and provide initial aid and comfort to homeless and at-risk vets. Dedicated and trained volunteers will have an excellent understanding of the support that government and other organizations can provide and will have cultivated effective working relationships with these groups that allow them to assist vets within their respective mandates.
Since 1948, Community Living Toronto has been a source of support for thousands of individuals with an intellectual disability searching for accessible and meaningful ways to live in the community. Whether its living alone or with a roommate, working in a supported environment or participating in community activities, we are here to help individuals realize their full potential and dreams.
We are Canada’s leading promoters of “Equal Opportunity Employers,” their great job opportunities & inclusive workplaces.