Settlement workers can help clients with many aspects of living in a new country. Here are some of the ways that settlement workers at Access Alliance can help you:
- give you information about your rights and entitlements as a new resident of Ontario
- help you fill out forms and applications
- help you find programs and services in your community
- assist you to develop personal and community relationships and resources
- provide advice, support and advocacy to deal with the effects of migration, culture shock, and other stresses of adjusting to life in Canada
- give you information and orientation to Canadian systems like,health care, housing, finance. shopping. civil rights and the police, children’s education, and employment.
Settlement services at Access Alliance are accessible in over 175 languages through the use of trained professional interpreters. If we don’t speak your language we will provide an interpreter at no cost to you. All our settlement workers welcome newcomers who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or queer (LGBTQ+).
For more information or to make an appointment with a settlement worker, call us at 416-324-8677.
Pour les nouveaux arrivants francophones, nous offrons des services avec interprétation.
Vous pouvez aussi consulter le site Web d’IRCC au: https://www.cic.gc.ca/francais/nouveaux/services/index.asp