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Contact Information
Office Phone 519-255-1127
Fax 519-948-3631
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Primary Contact Nick Beluli, Manager of Language, Orientation and Welcoming Communities; Phone: ext 212
Alternate Contact Sladjana Lazevski, Community Connections Supervisor; Phone: ext 219
Volunteer Coordinator Mira Gordic, Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: ext 220
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Language, Orientation and Welcoming Communities Programs for Newcomers 
* English Language Training:  
Literacy, Levels CLB 1-8 
Childcare available for eligible participants 
* Orientation/Settlement Program: 
* Citizenship Test Preparation Workshop: (call for details) 
* Driving in Ontario Workshop: (call for details) 
* Orientation Information Workshops: Throughout the year (call for details) 
* Community Connection Groups:  
Youth (Homework Club, Rotary Youth Leadership, Youth Employment) 
Seniors (Conversation Circle) 
Women's (Arts & Crafts Club) 
Adults (Lunch N' Learn Conversation Circle) 
* Canada Connect Program: one-on-one and family matching newcomers to volunteers 
* Multicultural Health and Wellness: 
Nurse Practitioner Clinic 
Mental Health support (in partnership with Family Services Windsor-Essex) 
* After School Program for School-Age Children: 
Funded in partnership with the United Way 
Focusing on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education and homework help
Hours East Office (Orientation and Community Connections) Mon-Thu, 9 am-6 pm * Fri, 9 am-5 pm 
English Language Training Mon-Thu, 9 am-11:30 am (Reading & Writing) * 12:30 pm-3 pm (Listening & Speaking) 
United Way After School Program Mon-Fri, 3:30pm-5:30pm on school days
Dates * Carrousel of the Nations a community festival on the 3rd and 4th weekends in June  
* Annual Herb Gray Harmony Award and Gala * Please call for date and time
Areas Served Essex County ; Windsor
Eligibility * Immigrants and Refugees 
* Language Training/Orientation/Community Connections programs: Open to Permanent Residents of Canada, Convention Refugees or individuals with a special Minister’s permit or possess an eligibility letter for Permanent Residence from IRCC. 
* Newcomer Youth Leadership Program: 13-24 yrs in partnership with Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) 
* Newcomer Settlement Program (NSP): Open to individuals who are Refugee Claimants, Convention Refugees, Permanent Residents, Canadian Citizen not born in Canada, Minister’s Permit Holder, or a person who received permission to remain in Canada for the purpose of becoming a Permanent Resident 
* After School Program for children: 7-12 yrs in partnership with United Way 
* Nurse Practitioner Clinic: clients of the Multicultural Council who do not have a family doctor, regardless of age or gender.
Application Registration required for most services (Call for information)
Languages English ; French ; Arabic ; Assyrian ; Greek ; Hungarian ; Nepali ; Romanian ; Serbian ; Spanish ; Chaldean
Fees Program - Fees determined by program (many programs free-of-charge) ; Service - Fees for some services, call for details
Agency Information
Established 1973
Funding Grants ; Fundraising ; Donations ; United Way ; Fees ; Foundation
Site Information
Site Location East End
Located In Community Windsor
Address & Map
Pickwick Plaza
7651 Tecumseh Rd E, 2nd Flr
Windsor, ON N8T 3H1
Intersection Lauzon Pkwy and Tecumseh Rd E
Mailing Address c/o Multicultural Council of Windsor and Essex County (East End)
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Parking, Washroom and Entrance

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