Bridging Programs

Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health (BREM) - Formerly BTMH
Bridge to Employment in Media & Communications (BEMC)

Let's PLAY!

Take part in our free recreation program!

Settlement & Employment

With over 30 years experience, our settlement program offers caring and
professional settlement services, tailored to each individual.

LINC Program

Free English Classes - Free Childminding – Free TTC tokens

Community Mental Health

Our programs offer emotional support to newcomers struggling with
different kinds of stress or trauma

Community Engagement

We work with immigrant communities to enhance their civic participation
in political and social systems

Toronto New Life Wellness Place

Multilingual Mental Health & Wellness Services

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What's New

Better Beginnings, Bigger Impact

MNLCT is excited to be working with LIFT Philanthropy Partners and nine other immigrant-serving organizations to expand our collective capacity to help newcomers overcome the barriers to integration in Canada. The nine other organizations are: Association for New Canadians Furniture Bank Global Gathering Place Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba Immigrant Employment Council of British Columbia Immigrants Working Centre New Brunswick… Continue Reading Better Beginnings, Bigger Impact

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Bridging Programs New Office

We’ve Moved! That’s right! The Bridging Programs have now moved to their new office. Come visit our new space! 1122 Finch Ave West, Unit 1 North York, ON M3J 3J5 647-812-1332 Visit bridgingprograms.org

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As a community-based settlement agency, the Mennonite New Life Centre is a place of welcome, friendship and community, where newcomers and neighbours gather to support each other, learn from each other, and take action together for a more just and compassionate society. The centre’s mission is to facilitate newcomer settlement and integration through holistic services and community engagement, carried out within a gender justice and anti-oppression framework.
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