• Seniors Housing Survey

    Indus Community Services is looking to develop a new housing community for South Asian seniors. We are seeking your participation in a brief survey to help us get a better understanding of what this community could look like. To identify the types of housing that is most preferred, we need to get a sense of your needs, your preferences, and what’s important to you.

    To take the survey please click here

  • 'Indus Current' - Fall Newsletter

    Welcome to the Fall edition...your quarterly peek at what's happening behind the scenes at Indus Community Services. We hope you enjoy reading this edition!

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  • YES! HALTON

    Are you passionate about social justice and equity? Are you looking to develop your leadership skills? Do you enjoy working with youth?

    We have just the opportunity for you!

    To learn more Click here

  • Senior Empowerment Program

    Are you a Senior eager to learn more about Managing Diabetes and Fall Prevention? How to use a computer or learn some Yoga? Then join us for a 16 week educational session to learn about these and other exciting topics of interest. See our flyer for full details.

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  • Programs and services for the whole community

    Family Services Health Services Newcomer Services Volunteering

Supporting new beginnings

Family Services

The Family Services Programs serve Children, Youth, Women, Parents and Men by providing, crisis intervention, supportive counseling, mediation, case conferencing and day to day navigational support to decrease instances of hospital admission, child protection concerns, and instances of losing placement at home or school.

Health Services

The Adult Day Program provides a client centered continuum of care to frail/cognitively impaired older adults. The Day Program serves clients with high care needs, wanderers with challenging behavior and provides specialized care for clients with Alzheimer.

Newcomer Services

One of our core offering is the Settlement Program for new immigrants, through which we provide services in many South Asian languages. With over 20 years experience in settlement, we take pride in guiding new immigrants through a maze of employment, education, housing, health, citizenship, and financial issues.

Volunteering

Indus Community Services is honored to have dedicated volunteers who contribute an enormous amount of time with our various programs and services

News & Events

Volunteers are a key component of our Friendly Visiting Program!

Volunteers are a key component of our Friendly Visiting Program!

Share The Friendly Visiting Program is designed to maintain social and emotional interaction for socially isolated and cognitively impaired seniors in the comfort of their home, hospital and long term care setting by screened and trained volunteers. They engage clients in meaningful activities while providing respite and support to caregivers. Companionship is the key – depending on their(…)

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Summer Party at 245 Queen St. E., Brampton

Summer Party at 245 Queen St. E., Brampton

ShareThe Adult Day Program celebrated a full day of summer themed activities beginning with a variety of tropical music and beach scenery displayed on the big screen to welcome guests. The fun started with a game of team soccer, female clients versus the male clients. Clients tested their skills in blocking the opponent from scoring(…)

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Paint the Night Away Caregivers & Volunteers!

Paint the Night Away Caregivers & Volunteers!

ShareThe Adult Day Program at 3038 Hurontario Street, Mississauga held their Annual Caregiver Appreciation retreat on August 30, 2017, where caregivers and volunteers were treated to a special Paint Night. Their tireless caring and dedication was appreciated by providing a relaxing and fun night which was aimed to help reduce caregiver stress.  The painting session was conducted by(…)

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Celebrating Summer at the Annual Family Services Picnic

Celebrating Summer at the Annual Family Services Picnic

ShareThe Family Services Department hosted its Annual Picnic on Friday, July 21 at Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville. Nearly 57 clients, some with their children, enthusiastically participated in this annual event. They also got a chance to tour the animal farm and water ponds. Children received loot bags and participated in age appropriate games for prizes.(…)

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