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PCHS

Site: PCHS Brampton Branch Office

Service: PCHS Brampton

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-677-0889
Fax 905-790-0802
E-Mail info@pchs4u.com
Website www.pchs4u.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/pchs4u/
Instagram Instagram: www.instagram.com/pchs4u/
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/PCHS4U
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCj5FmFVCM6Xd39xVbMertfg
Primary Contact Amanjit Kahlon, Manager Quality and Accountability Systems; Email: amanjit@pchs4u.com
Agency Information
Primary Executive Gina Sandhu, Office Administrator; Email: gina@pchs4u.com
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) COVID19 Contact for information on in-person services; some service by telephone and Zoom

Culturally appropriate mental health, addiction, violence prevention, settlement, geriatric, youth and family services, and community and leadership development in South Asian communities, including volunteer opportunities and student placements

Seniors and High Risk Seniors Services
Supportive services to assist in aging at home
  • health promotion (diabetes education, tobacco prevention, healthy eating, cancer)
  • domestic violence support and assistance
  • women's and men's group programs
  • group programs for youth and children
  • parenting programs
  • food bank services for abused women
  • translation services
  • resource development
  • diversity training

Sahara Mental Health Program
Culturally and linguistically appropriate support for clients 16 years or over dealing with mental health challenges
  • short term and long term case management
  • early psychosis intervention for youth and adults 14-35 years
  • supportive counselling to clients and family members
  • concurrent disorder support group
  • mobile community support group

Sahara Addiction Program
Culturally appropriate service to individuals and family members struggling with substance abuse
  • case management
  • addictions day program
  • groups for men and women
  • relapse prevention group
  • coping skills for family members
  • peer support program
  • Sahara Opioid Addiction Program, including case management and prevention support group (collaboration with Home and Community Care Support Services Central West)

Settlement Services
Newcomer integration assistance, including information and referral, and information on training and skills development
  • orientation sessions including Canadian laws and norms
  • assistance in filling out government forms
  • attestation of documents
  • translation/interpretation services
  • supportive counselling

Sahara Geriatric Program
Community support for seniors 55 years and older, including case management, referrals, crisis management, caregiver support and counselling
  • Integrated Seniors Team (IST) Program in partnership with Peel Senior Link and Supportive Housing in Peel
  • Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) Day Program for caregivers of adults with cognitive impairments such as dementia
  • education, assessments and capacity development in partnership with other community agencies
  • Senior Caregivers Support Day Program, including separate and combined groups for women and men

Better Families Program
Support, groups, mentoring, and referrals for youth 13-24 years and their parents in addressing issues related to healthy interactions between families and communities

Community Development and Social Enterprise
Leadership and community development, and civic engagement for youth and adults in South Asian communities in Malton
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Mental health and addictions programs 16 years and older; geriatric programs 55 years and older; settlement services for newcomers, permanent residents, live-in caregivers, and Convention refugees and claimants
Application Call, email, drop in, or visit website; self or other referral, visit website for referral form
Languages English; Hindi; Malayalam; Punjabi; Tamil; Urdu
Fees Free
Site Information
Located In Community Brampton
Address & Map
50 Sunny Meadow Blvd
Unit 201
Brampton, ON
Canada L6R 0Y7
Mailing Address 50 Sunny Meadow Blvd 
Unit 201 
Brampton, ON 
Canada L6R 0Y7
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Abuse / Assault ; Community Programs ; Disabilities ; Employment / Training ; Health Care ; Mental Health / Addictions ; Newcomers ; Older Adults
HCSD Sub Heading Addiction Counselling ; Addiction Treatment ; Community and Recreation Centres ; Counselling for Abused Women ; Home Support ; Home Support Programs ; Interpretation / Translation ; Multicultural Organizations ; Newcomer Settlement Services ; Programs for Home Support ; Refugees ; Victims of Abuse Support Programs ; Work Experience
Service Categories Case/Care Management ~ Older Adults ; Certificates/Forms Assistance ~ South Asian Community ; Community Involvement Programs ~ South Asian Community ; Cultural Transition Counselling ; Diversity Awareness Training ~ South Asian Community ; Ethnocultural Multipurpose Centres ~ South Asian Community ; Family Support Centres/Outreach ~ South Asian Community ; Internship Programs ; Interpretation/Translation ~ South Asian Community ; Newcomer Settlement Services ~ South Asian Community ; Parenting Skills Classes ~ South Asian Community ; Peer Support Services ~ Substance Use Disorders ; Personal Care ~ Older Adults ; Psychiatric Disorder Counselling ~ South Asian Community ; Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counselling ~ South Asian Community ; Substance Use Disorder Counselling ~ South Asian Community ; Volunteer Opportunities ; Wellness Programs ~ South Asian Community

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