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Government-assisted refugee families
Families living in Canada less than 5 years
Parents with children aged 0-6 years
Families living in Burnaby or New Westminster
The MOSAIC Family Centre helps government-assisted refugee families get settled in BC. Learn about our newcomer family programs, resources, and support.
The Multicultural Youth & Safe Relationships Project supports healthy teen relationships. Learn about our workshops and events for immigrant youth aged 11-14.
Adjusting to Canadian culture
Leadership, social, or basic computer skills
Low level of education or none
Want to learn about Canadian social norms
Skills or career training
Feelings of isolation or lack of social support
Are you a youth (age 16 – 28) struggling to adapt to Canada? The Moving Ahead FreeRunning newcomer youth program will help you get the skills you need to succeed.
Speak Korean, Vietnamese, or Somali
Community Action Program for Children is for Korean, Vietnamese, and Somali families who need parenting support and help. Learn how we can help you today.
Live in the Vancouver area
Pregnant or have a child under 6 months old
The Building Blocks Vancouver program helps vulnerable, first-time parents who need support. Learn more and get support for you and your baby today.
Permanent residents and refugee families
Other eligible students and families
Living in New Westminster and studying in a New Westminster School (SD40)
Are you a newcomer parent/s to Canada with a child (5-12 years) and youth (13-18 years) living and studying in New Westminster School District (SD40)? Support for Newcomer Children in Schools will help you learn about in-school settlement support.
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