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MNLCT PROGRAM REPORT June 23 2015

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Transcript of MNLCT PROGRAM REPORT June 23 2015

OUR SERVICES ALLOW NEWCOMERS TO FORGE AHEAD IN THEIR NEW LIFE IN CANADA!
435 individuals applied to BTMH of which 182 were accepted into the program. Over 146 participants completed all or part of the program, and 115 have found employment as mental health professionals or in a related field (10).
We held a total of 31 citizenship workshop classes at
both our North York and Scarborough locations. Of the 217 participants, 37% passed their Canadian Citizenship test and the remaining 68% are still in the process of writing the exam.
We are led by our amazing Board of directors and our ED
6 men and 30 women form our team
24 of us are full time
More than half have been working at the center for over 5 years
We are a diverse staff: from China, Venezuela, Turkey, Argentina, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Cuba, Canada, Mexico, & Guyana

Building a
Resilient Organization

In 2014 we continued walking together with newcomers to strengthen their voices in order to reduce insecurity, reach integration, and increase social equality.
HERE IS THE HISTORY OF OUR IMPACT!

Staff engagement...
Designing
Responsive Programs

Maximizing Community Impact
1,438 newcomers attended 130 workshops tailored to their needs
EMPLOYMENT & MENTAL HEALTH WELL BEING were the most demanded topics of information
Our North York location hosted over 50% of the workshops
WE PROUDLY SERVED A DIVERSE AND VIBRANT COMMUNITY IN 2014!
Our COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM delivered 23 workshops with a total of 450 attendees!
Building Strengths for Employment, Emotional Intelligence and Women's Wellness had the highest attendance
156 women and 40 men attended our ENGLISH (LINC) CLASSES
83% lived in Scarborough
63% were from China
One in two completed at least one English level
3,164 newcomers received
one-on-one orientation

64% women
36% men

55% between
the age of 25 to 44 years

47% married or live in common law

60% with over 13 years of
education

35% Refugee Claimants,
20% Family Class
& 15% Economic
Class

13% Canadian Citizens

69 % Spanish or Mandarin Speaking
55% of the services we provided consisted of ORIENTATION TO MEET IMMEDIATE NEEDS (employment, education, housing etc.)
43% were related to filling up important documents!
We continued developing strategic alliances and sector collaboration. We are part of over 20 coalitions related to settlement integration, poverty,
racial justice, and policy change.
Our presence in alternative media is increasing. We have 470 on Facebook and 495 on Twitter!

Provided 25 workshops on political literacy (347 participants), conducted a community research with 100 community members, organized a Toronto Mayoral Panel discussion (broadcast live by CP24), and promoted newcomer recommendations for change in decision-making forums.
Bridging Internationally Trained Psychologists and Allied Mental Health Professionals (BTMH).
Promoting Critical Civic
Engagement
Becoming Canadian
Citizens
Building Partnerships, Connecting Our Community
Financially sound...
June 23, 2015
Toronto, ON.
REPORTING OUR IMPACTS 2014
Music by AIR
La Femme D'Argent
Produced by MNCLT
Special thanks to our individual donors, members, volunteers and supporters!
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