******Free training opportunity! The Safe4Life Project Presents: RAINBOW HEALTH ONTARIO LGBTQ Introduction to Health Care and Social Service Providers Focusing on Mental and Emotional Health of LGBTQ Youth
Monday, May 11, 2015
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
90 Littles Road Scarborough, ON M1B 5E2
Lunch provided (please advise of food
allergies upon RSVP) .
Initiated by young adults and their families, Stella’s Place will provide evidence-based assessment and treatment services to young adults between 16 and 29 with complex mental health needs or concurrent disorders, in a positive peer-driven and recovery-focused community setting. Stella’s Place will open in Toronto in 2016.
About Stella’s Place Peer Support Training Program:
Free yoga classes for youth ages 13 -22. Young men and women welcome.
Drop in 5pm - 6pm, Mondays.
Location: Coleman Lemieux Studio (304 Parliament Street just south of Dundas)
Snacks served aftewards. Mats available to use. Please show up 10 minutes before start time and wear comfortable clothing. Optional girls-only section provided. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at email@example.com.
We're doing a call-out for Culinary Arts volunteers - experienced cooks, bakers and chefs – who can work with SKETCH’s culinary arts team to prepare healthy and exciting meals for youth in our programs.
The deadline is Thursday April 23, 2015 - please help us spread the word! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply!
Do you care about what you eat? Would you like to grow more of your own food? Interested in finding a community gardening plot? Want to learn about “Food Security,” “Food Hubs,” “Food Share”? Find out what is happening in your community and how you can get involved. We are happy to have Charlyn Ellis, food security program facilitator, at the Weston King Neighborhood Centre to help us discover the answers to our questions.