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Newcomer Program & Service Delivery During COVID-19

WE LIP, in collaboration with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, has compiled information to assist clients and community partners navigate newcomer program/service delivery during COVID-19. The information below will inform clients of which programs and services are available, how they are delivered and what to expect when visiting a newcomer service agency in person.


Angela Rose House

226-674-4944

 

Centre Communautaire Francophone Windsor-Essex-Kent Inc. (CCFWEK)

ccfwek.org

519-948-5545

 

Collège Boréal

www.collegeboreal.ca/en/future-students/profile-information/i-am-a-newcomer

519-948-6019

 

Diocese of London Refugee Ministries (DOL)

dol.ca/refugee-claimants-1

519-256-0506 x2

 

GECDSB Language Assessment and Resource Centre (GECDSB LARC)

larcwindsor.org

519-253-2724

 

Matthew House Refugee Welcome Centre Windsor

matthewhousewindsor.org

519-945-7627

 

New Canadians’ Centre of Excellence Inc. (NCCE)

www.ncceinc.org

519-258-4076

 

South Essex Community Council (SECC)

www.secc.on.ca

519-326-8629

 

The Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County (MCC)

themcc.com

Downtown: 519-255-1127            East End: 519-948-3443

 

The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women (W5)

wwwwiw.org

519-973-5588

 

Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor Inc. (UHC)

www.uhc.ca

519-944-4900

 

Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc. (WEST)

www.westofwindsor.com

519-256-6621

 

YMCA of Southwestern Ontario

ymcaswo.ca/services/ymca-windsor-learning-centre

519-258-9622

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