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Family Services of Peel – Peel Institute on Violence Prevention published two Press Releases in April.  Please visit our In the News page for more information.

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Family Services of Peel will be providing FREE counselling services during the month of May.  Please click here to view the flyer.

We’re thrilled to report that Family Services of Peel has been awarded BEST COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES CENTRE – MISSISSAUGA.

In October 2016, we were contacted by Global Health & Pharma (GHP) in the United Kingdom regarding the 2017 Social Care Awards, sponsored by the Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association, and we subsequently received a nomination. According to GHP, the 2017 Social Care Awards have been designed to give recognition to the individuals, teams and companies responsible for showing the highest level of care, compassion and courage in one of the most important, yet challenging industries.

Family Services of Peel is compliant with Ontario Regulation 299/10 Quality Assurance Measures and the Policy Directives for Service Agencies.  For more information, please visit our Support for Adults with Developmental Disabilities page or click here.

VICTIM SUPPORT LINE 1-888-579-2888 or 416-314-2447 The Victim Support Line is a toll-free, 24/7/365 multilingual service that provides information and referral services to help victims of crime anywhere in Ontario or those calling on their behalf.  It has been providing support to victims of crime for more than fourteen years.  VSL is NOT an emergency service.  In an emergency, call 9-1-1.  

Family Services of Peel provides one-to-one counselling, therapy groups, education and support services to children who have experienced or witnessed violence, women who have experienced domestic violence/abuse, men who have experienced early childhood abuse, men and women who have been charged with domestic assault, seniors who have been/are being exploited, abused and/or experiencing various types of challenges and struggles, and families that are involved with Children’s Aid Society.

This video was created by Pro Infirmis and is an important short film designed to provoke reflection on the acceptance of people with disabilities.

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