Program: YWCA St Thomas-Elgin
Phone Numbers: 519-631-9800
Toll-Free: 1-800-461-0954
Fax: 519-631-6411
Email: ywcastthomaselgin@bellnet.ca
Website: www.ywcastthomaselgin.org
Address:
16 Mary St W
St Thomas, ON
N5P 2S3
Intersection: Talbot St and Mary St W
Location: Central Elgin
Accessibility:
Wheelchair Accessible
Service Description: Multi-service non-profit organization for women and their families * provides leadership, advocacy

Satellite Offices: (programs vary by location)

Aylmer Community Services
25 Centre St
Aylmer, ON N5H 2Z4
519-765-2082
Fax: 519-765-2280

West Elgin Support Services
160 Main St
West Lorne, ON N0L 2P0
519-768-0020
Fax: 519-768-0401


Adult Education - Programs to help improve employment essential skills * computer skills, reading, writing and math * classes can be one-to-one sessions or small group settings * continuous entry * childcare and transportation subsidies

Aquatic Programs - Aquatic programs offered in Aylmer at Terrace Lodge, the Ontario Police College and Aylmer Outdoor Pool:

Children and Youth Programs - Variety of programming to assist children and youth with healthy development offered in various locations throughout Elgin County ( St Thomas, Aylmer, Belmont, Springfield, Straffordville, Dutton, Rodney and West Lorne)

Encore - 8-week program designed for women who have experienced breast cancer at any time in their life * incorporates gentle exercises, relaxation techniques, information and support * targets areas affected by breast cancer surgery and treatment * both land-based and warm water-based exercises

School Age Childcare Before and After School and Day Camps - School-based program providing child care in elementary schools before and after school * programs licensed by the Ministry of Education

Settlement Services for Newcomers to Canada - Settlement services for new Canadians

Supportive Housing - Safe housing for youth and women in need

Youth Engagement Project - Assists young adults with transitioning to the workforce and gaining hands on job-related skills

Youth in Transition Program - Provides supports to male and female youth 16-24 years who are gaining independence and moving into adulthood

Fees: Set fee for some programs * membership or day passes available * subsidy available
Application: Call or visit to register
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Varies per program
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Elgin
Print Materials:  Community Connections - A resource guide or basic needs supports and services
See Also: Employment Assistance for Youth
Fitness Centres and Programs
Youth Centres
Last Updated: 5/29/2014
Service Record URL: http://southwesthealthline.ca/displayService.aspx?id=15122

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