Service Providers' Directories
TNLIP piloted the family health ambassadors model in 2019. The project aims to enhance newcomer access to family health services by recruiting and training frontline workers of interested member organization as ambassadors to educate clients about availability and confidentiality of family health services in Toronto. The project was evaluated at the end of 2019 and the attached report outlines the findings of the evaluation.
This resource was developed based on the TNLIP survey results and data from the 211 Toronto database. To view the map of services please go to: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Z87UAQQvZkgT2KW0AF-txYlgrtriGbd8&usp=s...
If you would like to make changes to your organization's entry or add/remove your organization, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This resource lists all services and agencies the exist in Fairview area or surroundings for residents and newcomers. The resource was developed by the Pop-up hub task group of Toronto North Local Immigration Partnership.
Frontline social workers are affected by empathetic engagement with traumatized clients and their reports of traumatic experience. Information and resources on how to address these issues would contribute to the improved self-care of frontline workers and will result and better quality of services in the long run.
The presentation provided at the link outlines some basic strategies for frontline workers about how to cope with work related stress and traumatic experiences.
This is a working document and it's for information purpose only.