Programs and Services

 We’ve launched the Reginald Education Access for Digital Youth (READY) Program 

Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 3pm – 7pm

Located at: 5465 Reginald Street, Unit 2

We offer:
Homework help in all subjects
Access to free internet and laptops
Opportunities to tutor others and get volunteer hours
Employment help
Snacks

Acknowledgement: This initiative is made possible through a grant from the WindsorEssex Community Foundation and donations by Metro, Inc.

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Check our website for regular updates regarding our launch of the READY PROGRAM.

For more information, call us at 519-962-3043.

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Glengarry Homework Club 

United Way, in partnership with CUP, offers a free after-school program designed for children ages 5-12.

The program offers help in math, literacy, and other general homework.

Hours: Monday – Thursday, 4-5pm.

Location: 495 Glengarry Ave., Thompson Tower, 1st Floor.

Contact information: glengarryhomework@outlook.com or 519 – 966 – 8203

 

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Other programs and services include:

Food Security: A community Garden, Site Meals, Food Distribution, Vegetable Drop-Off, community BBQs, luncheons, Cooking Classes, Education, Food Partnering, etc.

Health and Wellbeing: Wellness Day, Health Fair, Blood-Pressure Clinics, Counselling Services, Crisis Intervention, Case Management, Problem-Solving, Anger Management Groups, Music Therapy, Health Awareness Presentations, HIV and STI Testing Campaigns, Free Haircuts by St. Clair College, Mental Health Screening, Prostate Awareness, Diabetes Awareness, Pharmacy Visits, Personal Hygiene Awareness, Clothing Drive, etc.

Education: Job Search Skills/Resumes, Settlement Services, Homework Clubs, Computer Literacy, Educational Field Trips, English Conversational Groups health fairs, parenting classes, Partner Assault Response Program, Cultural Celebrations, Information Workshops, Legal Clinic Representation, etc.

Advocacy: Office Hours, Counselling, Forms clinics, Referrals, Case Finding, Donations/Grant Writing, Grant Implementation, Site Projects, etc.

Community sharing: Legal health check-ups, Yard Sales, Resident-Led Committees, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Reviews, Ward Meetings, Resident Focus Group, Talent Profile, Police/Fire Safety Workshos, Community Housing Meeting, Community Meals.

Recreation: Bingo, Movie Day, Arts and Crafts, Field Trips, Sporting Events, Pet Visits, Youth and Adult Athletic Program, Movie Day, Bake Sales, Holiday Events.

 

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