Residents of Malvern have gotten together to speak up about the lack of major transit investment in North-East Scarborough for decades. They have gotten together to form the Transportation Working Group who are seeking to highlight the problems that residents face on a daily basis. Click here to go to the web page which has all the information you need to get updated about the transit issue here. Please take a moment to email or tweet (or both) the campaign to your local politicians to ensure that they take a step towards bringing transit to this neighbourhood.
Mental Health First Aid for Adults who interact with Youth is an initiative of the Mental Health Commission of Canada that focuses on mental health problems and first aid. It is delivered by trained facilitators over the course of 2 days. The program is evidence based, well evaluated and has been adapted for the Canadian context. It is intended for service providers, and other adults who work with youth but do not have mental health or addiction support as part of their service mandate.
MHFA aims is to equip participants with skills and knowledge that will improve their ability to:
• spot early signs of mental health problems in young people
• provide help on a first aid basis and link families to local resources
• help protect a young person who might be at risk of harm
• help prevent a mental illness from getting worse
As part of the Scarborough-East York Service Collaborative at The SPOT, CAMH will be offering this 2-day training in May 18 and May 25. Interested individuals can contact Dania at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Space for agencies to engage with and offer services to a new client base
• On-site coordination support
• Platform to engage and network with other community agencies
• Training opportunities
For more information about this initiative, contact Chantal Fougere, Regional Implementation Coordinator at Chantal.Fougere@camh.ca or 416-535-8501 x 34325
Approximately 90 participants enjoyed a Lemon & Herb Chicken in a white sauce, Rice Pilaf, Vegetables, Garden Salad, Fruits & Refreshments. Toronto Police Services 42 Division provided information on anti-theft and crime prevention methods.
Join us every Thursday, for a restaurant-style lunch service between 11:30am and 1:30pm.
Interested in volunteering? Are you looking for an opportunity to engage your community in an atmosphere of warmth? Are you ready to get involved in providing a hot, healthy and delicious meal to someone who really needs it? Send an email to email@example.com
If you are also interested in sponsoring a meal, you may visit this link and click “Malvern Lunch” to donate towards this initiative.
If you are a service provider and would like to do a presentation to the group about your services and programs, get in touch with Wynette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to everyone who rallied up their friends, colleagues and family to vote for the Morningside Heights Urban Farm last week! The voting was a part of United Way’s Rouge fundraising campaign. Thanks to all your support, encouragement and well wishes, our farm was the project with the leading votes at the time polls closed, making an amazing comeback from second place! The winner will be officially announced at United Way Rouge on April 8.
New Suburbanism is a Scarborough-born movement to study the history of our suburbs and plan their future. The movement aims to see how Scarborough can be worked with and matured. For full coverage of the issue, please read the Scarborough Mirror article.