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Cornwall Youth Hub

A support worker from Laurencrest is present at the Youth Hub every Wednesday from 1 to 4 PM. ENG_Cornwall-YWH-October-2022Download The Youth Hub provides support by text, by telephone, on the web, and in person (walk-ins accepted).  Primary care services are...

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RBC donates to Laurencrest!

Ryan Smith - RBC Regional Vice President, Dianne Nixon - RBC Community Manager, and Jennifer Lefebvre - RBC Financial Planner, are incredibly pleased to present Dan O'Rourke - Laurencrest Youth Services Inc. Executive Director, a cheque in the amount of $5,000.00 from...

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Strive Program

Laurencrest is pleased to announce their new Strive Program is now fully-operational and accepting new clients. Referrals come directly from the Cornwall Community Hospital, and L'équipe psycho-sociale. Our program facilitates bilingual programming with children,...

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City of Cornwall

There are hundreds of resources in our community for health, education, addictions, families, and more. Below is a list that may be able to assist you in Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Akwesasne and area (see also City of Cornwall - Website )...

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Community Resources

Please find attached a list of many available resources in our community for adults, youth and their families. (available in both English and French - see below) Services-communautaires-pour-adultes-jeunes-et-leurs-familles-2022Download...

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Volunteer Opportunities

Calling all community partners and service agencies! Laurencrest is seeking volunteer opportunities for their youth and adult clients. If you think we can help, please contact us: By phone - 613-933-6362 By email - info@laurencrest.ca Let's see how best we can support...

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Job Openings

Laurencrest does not have any new job opportunities at this time. Please feel free to send us your résumé, to be kept on file for any future openings: CLICK HERE

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Cornwall Bike Project

Laurencrest Youth Services Inc. has partnered with other community sponsors to help provide immigrant students and their families with bicycles through the Cornwall Bike Project organized by École élémentaire catholique Notre-Dame. Facebook Standard-Freeholder

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ACSDG Situation Table

Annual Report May 2021- May 2022 https://www.facebook.com/LaurencrestYouthServices/photos/a.110131381452476/167004739098473 The ACSDG Situation Table has made a significant impact in our community. Attached is their annual report, which includes information about the...

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Do you need help?

Parents

Get more info on available support services through the My Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) program or visit our Community Programs section to find out more.

Youth

Reach out to the Kids Help Phone if you need urgent help or need to talk to someone right now.

Kids Help Phone:

1-800-668-6868

Suicide Line:

1-833-456-4566 or text: 45645

Crisis Line:

1-866-996-0991

211 ONTARIO.CA:

Dial 211

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