Children’s Mental Health Week is an annual campaign to raise public awareness of the signs of mental health difficulties, the importance of early treatment, and the effective services that are available for children, youth and their families.More
8th ANNUAL COSMIC BOWL
Join Peel Children’s Centre for our 8th Annual Cosmic Bowl on Thursday, May 24th at Classic Bowl in Mississauga. You’ll enjoy a fun-filled evening of bowling, prizes, balloon pops and treats, while supporting children, youth and their families who are experiencing emotional difficulties. ...
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
Peel Children’s Centre and our partner agency, Nexus Youth Services, invite you to our Annual General Meeting:
More than 100 specially trained volunteers and 700 donors generously support Peel Children’s Centre each year. Their contributions enable us to extend significantly the services we can provide for children, youth and families who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS
This year marked Canada’s 69th annual National Volunteer Week. PCC celebrated and gave thanks to all of our dedicated volunteers for their continued support and commitment to the children, families and staff at Peel Children’s Centre. ...
OUR GENEROUS DONORS
PCC is also grateful to our Caring Community for its generous financial support. A listing of our major supporters is available at www.peelcc.org/about/how-we-are-funded. Recent donations and sponsorships include: ...
Mississauga – Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) announced today that it will be the charity of choice for the Square One Photo with Santa Program for the 2012 holiday season.
Square One also presented PCC with a cheque for $3,708.50 representing proceeds from their 2011 Holiday Santa Photo campaign.More
Brampton – The Fair Share for Peel Task Force is being heard at Queen’s Park.
Peel is receiving its fair share of the Ontario government’s new funding for child and youth mental health and addiction services.More
Reception to celebrate the Province’s NEW population-based funding for expanded Child and Youth Mental Health services in Peel Region
Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Brampton Golf Club, 7700 Kennedy Road South, Brampton
MISSISSAUGA - On Friday, December 16, Peel Paramedic Service employees arrived at Peel Children’s Centre with two ambulances and two vans filled to the brim with toys and diapers to be donated to the families we serve in Peel.More
MISSISSAUGA – Nexus Youth Services (Nexus) clients and staff launched the development of an action plan for engaging youth within Nexus Youth Services and the community at large in a two-day workshop, “The Art of Youth Engagement,” held on December 5 and 6 at the Living Arts Centre.More
Occasion to thank the Ontario Trillium Foundation for a three-year grant that is funding the youth engagement project at Nexus Youth Services
Tuesday December 6, 2011, 1:00 p.m.
This sold-out event at Rogues Restaurant on Sunday December 4 is PCC’s longest running fundraising activity and will include:
PCC has received new funding from the Ministry of Children and Youth Services as part of the Ontario government’s commitment of $257 million province-wide over three years to expand mental health and addiction services for children and youth. Our service growth will include:
All services at Peel Children’s Centre are free of charge for the children, youth and families who use them. So who funds our services? The Government of Ontario provides 77% of our revenue and the Regional Municipality of Peel provides 4.4%. For the rest, we rely on our fundraising and business development efforts.
PCC’s Vision Statement – A Caring Community Working Together for Children and Youth – says it all. We could not offer our continuum of high-quality services without generous support from hundreds of individuals, corporations, foundations and community groups every year. We are pleased to profile the major donations, sponsorships and grants that PCC has received over the past several months.More
Staff and volunteers at Peel Children’s Centre have had several occasions in recent months to celebrate our successes and highlight our commitment to clinical effectiveness, professional development and employee engagement. Read on for news about:
Mississauga – Over 200 children and youth at risk of family breakdown or displacement from school in Peel Region will benefit from counselling and support services in the home, school and community this year, thanks to a $25,000 donation to Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) from CIBC.More
Brampton – Remy Fernandes, President and CEO of Hydro One Brampton, recently presented a donation of $7,500 to Peel Children’s Centre.More
Mississauga – At its Annual Day of Celebration on October 12, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) presented its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Matthew Ribeiro.More
Since July, Staples Business Depot at 3135 Argentia Rd in Mississauga has worked hard to make the beginning of the school year a positive experience for at-risk children and youth who are receiving mental health services at Peel Children’s Centre.More
September 9, 2011 is International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day, when people around the world shine a spotlight on this devastating disorder that affects 1 in 100 babies.
If you are pregnant, avoid alcohol. This might be the best gift you can give to your unborn child. There is no known safe amount of alcohol that can be consumed during pregnancy; no alcohol is best.More
August 11, 2011
For Immediate Release
Brampton – Morgan House, a new treatment residence in Brampton for children with mental health difficulties, welcomed its first residents this week.More
Mississauga - Tonight at the Annual General Meeting of Peel Children’s Centre (PCC), RBC Foundation and DTZ Barnicke presented leadership gifts to support PCC’s continuum of mental health services for children, youth and their families in Peel Region.More
MISSISSAUGA – Today the Nexus Youth Centre was brightened up with a painted wall of inspiring words by youth, thanks to the generosity of volunteers taking part in the United Way’s Day of CaringTM initiative.More
Mississauga – Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) has presented its 2011 Mary Neville Award posthumously to the late Sylvia Leal, founder and Chief Executive Officer of PLASP Child Care Services.More
Children’s Mental Health Week (May 1 to 8, 2011) is an annual campaign to raise public awareness of the signs of mental health difficulties, the importance of early treatment, and the services that are available to help children, youth and their families who are experiencing difficulties with feelings, behaviour or relationships.
WHAT IS A MENTAL HEALTH DIFFICULTY?
Mental health difficulties are struggles with feelings, behaviour or relationships that seriously affect daily functioning at home, at school, or in the community. ...More
7th ANNUAL COSMIC BOWL
Join Peel Children’s Centre for our 7th Annual Cosmic Bowl event on Thursday, June 2 at Classic Bowl in Mississauga. ...
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
Peel Children’s Centre and our partner agency, Nexus Youth Services, invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting:
More than 100 specially trained volunteers and 700 donors generously support Peel Children’s Centre each year. Their contributions enable us to extend significantly the services we can provide for children, youth and families who are experiencing mental health difficulties. ...More
WHAT: A couple of Peel’s paramedics will deliver an ambulance filled with toys for children at Peel Children’s Centre (PCC). Media will be able to interview the paramedics and PCC staff once the toys have been unloaded.
WHEN: Friday Dec. 17, 2010, 1:30 p.m.More
Our Vision at Peel Children’s Centre is, “A Caring Community Working Together for Children.” PCC’s Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction afforded a wonderful opportunity to celebrate with our community partners. Read on to learn about a leadership gift from RBC, a presentation to long-time supporter Laurie Williamson, and brunch host Rogues Restaurant’s winning the 2010 Sam McCallion Small Business Community Involvement Award.
We also congratulate Lorna Reid, co-winner of PCC’s 2010 Mary Neville Award.More
Peel Children’s Centre is grateful for the funding we receive from governments and our individual, corporate, foundation and community donors. With generous financial support, we are renovating a facility in Brampton for our Residential Treatment Program for children ages 7 to 11. PCC recently provided a tour of the site for our funders and donors.
We also hosted a reception to thank our major donors. Read on for a report on these special events.More
PCC is fortunate to have competent, engaged staff and volunteers who enable us to fulfill our mission. At our annual Celebration Day, we recognized long-term staff service, including four 25-year staff members, and awarded PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Angeline Edralin.
This article also features two clinical research collaborations that demonstrate PCC’s commitment to ensuring that our services are clinically effective and meet the expectations of the children, youth and families who count on us.More
Sunday, December 5, 2010, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Rogues Restaurant, 1900 Dundas St. West, Mississauga
November 9, 2010
Today Peel Children’s Centre welcomed funders, donors, and elected officials to an event celebrating the renovation of a residence that will house the Centre’s Residential Treatment Program for children ages 7 to 11 who are experiencing mental health difficulties.More
At its 25th Anniversary Celebration Day on October 13th, Peel Children’s Centre will present its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award for 2010 to Angeline Edralin.
Angeline is the first fundraising volunteer to be recognized with the Centre’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award. Having started volunteering at Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) during her maternity leave eight years ago, she is also the Centre’s longest-serving fundraising volunteer.More
As part of their annual day celebrating the achievements of staff and volunteers, Peel Children’s Centre and Nexus Youth Services will:
* Recognize staff for long-term service
* Celebrate 25 years with an anniversary cake-cutting
* Raise funds for the United Way of Peel Region with live and silent auctions
* Present the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award.