We are committed to providing excellent services to our clients and staff.

we have been offering our clients settlement and counselling services with a deep understanding of their cultural and linguistic needs.

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Empowering Newcomers: Our 3-Step Approach

1

Needs and Assets Assessment and Referral Services (NAARS)

We use thorough methods to assess your needs. We listen with a culturally appropriate understanding to identify your unique challenges and goals.
2

Ongoing Empowerment and Support

It’s not a one-time consultation. We are here to build long-term relations and support you throughout your journey to success and empowerment.
3

Community Connection

Our broad range of services are meant to address your diverse needs, whether for settlement, counselling, employment, or community engagement.

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Catholic Community Services of York Region peer leaders guide asylum seekers in a new land

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FAQ

Yes, you can use our services via telephone and video conferencing. You can also visit us in person for face-to-face interaction.

No, our services are for all individuals and their families, regardless of their religion, country of origin or immigration status. Contact us today to explore our services and understand how we can support you.

We offer services in 40+ languages including:

  • English
  • Arabic
  • Chinese Simplified
  • Chinese Traditional
  • Farsi
  • French
  • Korean
  • Russian
  • Tagalog
  • Turkish
  • Urdu

Our counselling and settlement services are available across nine municipalities in the York region. You can also reach us through your homeschool and public libraries within the York region. Or simply dial us today or visit any of our locations closest to you to use the support and resources available.

We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate and serve our community is the traditional territory of the Indigenous peoples. This region known as York Region is part of the Dish With One Spoon Treaty territory, which is an agreement between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas, and Haudenosaunee peoples to share and care for the land.

We are dedicated to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment where everyone’s voice is valued and respected. Our aim is for all individuals to feel like they belong here at CCSYR. To achieve this goal, we are committed to ongoing education, proactive initiatives, and open dialogue. Our goal is to cultivate a culture where diversity thrives and all members feel empowered to contribute their unique perspectives.