NOTE: Services will likely be impacted in response to COVID-19. Please contact any service prior to visiting in person.
For You Telecare Family Service

Description
COVID19  Telephone and online, virtual programs available; instruction provided to assist in online participation, and tablets available for lending to seniors without devices; visit TUTFS website for details, including registration information

Telephone Counselling:
  • immediate emotional support, crisis intervention or suicide prevention
  • links to other appropriate emergency services
  • face-to-face individual, group and family counselling
  • community outreach counselling and visitation for clients facing barriers to accessing services
  • information and referral
  • translation and interpretation
  • counselling education and volunteer training program
  • public education and awareness
  • health promotion, including recreation and social activities
Telephone Crisis Intervention Services
  • 24-hour emotional support for individuals experiencing distress, grief, conflict, depression or other crisis
In-person Counselling Services
  • for individuals, groups, couples and families
  • anonymous and confidential
Children's Programs
  • Little Steps, Big Steps for kindergarten to grade 6
  • homework club
  • summer camp
Health Programs
  • home hospice program and palliative care provided by trained volunteers
  • healthy lifestyle workshops
  • smoke-free education for youth
  • diabetes prevention program
  • visitation for community members who are ill
Parenting Programs
  • Focus on Early Years and Mothers
  • Focus on Fathers
  • parenting skills workshops, including workshop with parents and their children
Seniors Programs
  • English café
  • reassurance program including counselling and visitation
  • outreach services
  • recreation including singing, art and digital storytelling classes
  • online virtual seminars such as Sing-A-Long Musical Class, Expressive Art Class, Dance Class
Violence Prevention Education
  • anger management and conflict resolution classes and workshops
Youth Programs
  • employment seminars, career development, leadership training, life skills workshops
  • Mind and Motion Program, 2-weeks summer volunteering (August) retreat
  • tobacco-free campaign program
  • facilitation skills workshop
  • mentoring program
  • recreational activities
Eligibility
Individuals and families within, or related to, the Korean-Canadian community * also groups or organizations

Residency Requirements: Ontario
Application Process
Call, email, drop in or visit website; appointment required for in-person or family counselling and education, and outreach services
Office
416-447-3535 - Administration
Crisis
416-241-5456 - 24-Hour Crisis Line
Website
Email
Mailing Address
Korean Cultural Centre; 1133 Leslie St
Suite 211 and 212
Toronto, ON, M3C 2J6
Canada
Languages
English, Korean
Fees
None
Accessibility
Designated parking at entrance - parking lot ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance
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Last Updated On
January 20, 2021
Address
Korean Cultural Centre; 1133 Leslie St, Suite 211 and 212
Toronto, ON, M3C 2J6
For You Telecare Family Service Site Location: For You Telecare Family Service
Cross street: Leslie St and Lawrence Ave E; East side of Leslie between Eglinton and Lawrence

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Hours of Operation
Mon
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Tue
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Wed
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Thu
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Fri
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Sat
12 midnight - 11:59 pm
Sun
12 midnight - 11:59 pm

Office Mon-Fri 9:30 am-6 pm; Crisis Line Mon-Sun 24 hours

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