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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2017: Pratiksha's Story


Each year, Peel Children’s Centre counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the success of ...
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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2017: Travon and Stefano's Story


Each year, Peel Children’s Centre counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the success of ...
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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2017: Varaagy's Story


Each year, Peel Children’s Centre counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the success of ...
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Recognizing our staff


At PCC, we believe in using a multidisciplinary approach to help children and youth achieve their full potential. As such, our clinical team includes social workers, child and youth workers, early childhood educators, counsellors, psychologists, ...
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Thanking our strong community


Evening of Hope Gala In late November, PCC celebrated our diverse and caring community with an Evening of Hope Gala & Auction, which raised more than $67,500 to support PCC’s services. Without leaving Peel, our 180 guests were treated to a ...
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Peel Children’s Centre Celebrates Its Diverse Caring Community with an Evening of Hope Around the World


For immediate release December 2016 On Saturday, November 26, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) welcomed 180 guests to an Evening of Hope, an internationally-themed gala fundraiser that raised more than $67,500 for child and youth mental health ...
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MEDIA ALERT: Evening of Hope Gala and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre at Mississauga Grand Banquet & Event Centre


WHAT: Evening of Hope Gala and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre (PCC). All proceeds from this event will benefit the important programs that PCC offers, free of charge, to children and youth who are struggling with mental health challenges. ...
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Amrit Sandhu, Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Mississauga – Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) will present its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Amrit Sandhu on October 25 at PCC’s annual Celebration Day, an event dedicated to recognizing the achievements of its staff and ...
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MEDIA ALERT: Live Well, Laugh Lots: A Day of Celebration and presentation of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


WHO: Staff, volunteers and Board members, Peel Children’s Centre and Nexus Youth Services Susan Stewart, humourist and motivational speaker WHAT: As part of their annual day celebrating the achievements of staff and volunteers, Peel ...
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Celebrating Our Generous Donors


For immediate release October 2016 On October 5, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) welcomed donors, sponsors and community partners for an evening reception in recognition of their generous support. The event was held at Credit Valley Golf Club in ...
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The Power of Staples Soul, Peel Children’s Centre and the Peel Community


For the 11th year in a row, Staples Business Depot at 3135 Argentia Road in Mississauga selected Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) as their Charity of Choice for their Staples for Students annual school supply drive. Staples continues to share in ...
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Media Release - Valerie Kenny and Kathy Sdao-Jarvie, Co-recipients of the 2016 Mary Neville Award


For Immediate Release 21 June 2016 Mississauga – This year’s Mary Neville Award will be presented to Valerie Kenny, Manager, Parent and Family Literacy Centres of Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board; and to Kathy Sdao-Jarvie, Chief ...
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29th Annual Mary Neville Award - Call for Nominations


Since 1988, Peel Children’s Centre has asked child and youth mental health professionals working within the Peel community to help honour their peers who best embody prevention and early intervention treatment approaches in their work. The ...
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What Does Help Look Like? Reminders from Counsellors


May 2 – 6, 2016 is Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to raise awareness about child and youth mental health challenges and promote an understanding that help is available and treatment works. In the lead up ...
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Who Can Help? Finding Support Around You


May 2 – 6, 2016 is Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to raise awareness about child and youth mental health challenges and promote an understanding that help is available and treatment works. In the lead up ...
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You, Me, Us ... Feeling Better, Together


May 2 – 6, 2016 is Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to raise awareness about child and youth mental health challenges and promote an understanding that help is available and treatment works. In the lead up ...
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What Does Help Look Like? Reminders For Parents


May 2 – 6, 2016 is Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to raise awareness about child and youth mental health challenges and promote an understanding that help is available and treatment works. In the lead up ...
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5 Important Reminders for Children & Youth


May 2 – 6, 2016 is Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to raise awareness about child and youth mental health challenges and promote an understanding that help is available and treatment works. In the lead up ...
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Moving on Mental Health – System Transformation Progress Update


The Moving on Mental Health (MOMH) Action Plan, led by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) in partnership with Education and Health, is intended to transform the experiences of children, youth and families with mental health ...
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Recognizing our staff


PCC is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of its staff, who are committed to making PCC an effective, inclusive and innovative organization that is reflective of and embedded in the communities we serve. We extend our thanks and ...
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Thanking our strong community


Evening of Hope Gala PCC celebrated our 30th anniversary with an inaugural Evening of Hope Gala, which raised more than $66,000 to support PCC’s services. The sold-out, 1930s-themed event welcomed over 200 guests and included live and silent ...
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Peel Children’s Centre Celebrates 30 Years with an Evening of Hope


For immediate release November 2015 On Saturday, November 21, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) welcomed 200 guests to its first Evening of Hope, a 1930s-themed gala fundraiser that raised $66,425 for child and youth mental health services in the ...
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MEDIA ALERT: 30th Anniversary Gala and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre at Credit Valley Golf & Country Club


WHAT: 30th Anniversary Gala and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre (PCC). All proceeds from this sold-out event will benefit the important programs that PCC offers, free of charge, to children and youth who are struggling with mental health ...
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MARELL TOMEH
Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Mississauga – Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) will present its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Marell Tomeh on October 27 at PCC’s annual Celebration Day, an event dedicated to recognizing the achievements of its staff and ...
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Peel Children’s Centre Celebrates its Generous Donors


On October 7, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) welcomed donors, sponsors and community partners for an evening reception in recognition of their generous support. The event was held at Credit Valley Golf Club in Mississauga. The evening commenced ...
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2015 Staples Back to School Drive Reaches New Heights


Now in its 10th year, the Staples Argentia (3135 Argentia Road in Mississauga) Back to School Drive in support of Peel Children’s Centre has once again showcased the tremendous generosity on the part of the Mississauga community. The Staples ...
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Ravi Ahluwalia and Jane van Berkel, Co-Winners of 2015 Mary Neville Award


June 16, 2015 This year’s Mary Neville Award will be presented to Ravi Ahluwalia, Psychometrist and Infant and Child Development Consultant with Infant and Child Development Services Peel (ICDSP); and to Jane van Berkel, Executive Director of Child Development Resource Connection Peel (CDRCP).
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Thank You to Our Dedicated Volunteers!


Each year, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the ...
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Moving on Mental Health


Peel’s child and youth mental health (CYMH) sector made excellent progress in 2014/15 implementing Moving on Mental Health, the provincial government’s plan to transform the experiences of children, youth and families so that wherever they ...
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Peel Children's Centre Celebrates Children's Mental Health Week 2015


May 3 – 9, 2015 marks Children’s Mental Health Week, a national annual campaign that aims to increase awareness of the signs of child and youth mental health challenges, and promote understanding that help is available and treatment ...
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28th Annual Mary Neville Award - Call for Nominations


An opportunity for you to nominate someone you know for their valuable contributions to child and youth mental health in the areas of prevention and early intervention
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Paramedics Deliver Ambulances Filled with Toys to Peel Children's Centre


BRAMPTON, ON (Dec. 17, 2014) – Christmas arrived early this year at Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) as a fleet of two ambulances and a minivan overflowing with toys and diapers were delivered courtesy of Peel Regional Paramedic Services (PRPS) and the Peel Paramedic Association (PPA).
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Transforming child and youth mental health services


As announced by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) in August, PCC was selected to be lead agency for the Peel service area as part of Phase One of Moving on Mental Health, the Province’s transformation of the child and youth mental health (CYMH) system... Highlights of our transformation work this fall include: ...
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Recognizing our staff


We are blessed with outstanding staff who are committed to making PCC an effective, efficient and innovative organization that is reflective of and embedded in the communities we serve. We extend our thanks and congratulations to our workforce for making 2014 a year to celebrate. Here are some of the staff achievements we have recognized.
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Thanking our strong community


PCC’s 24th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction sold out and set a fundraising record for this event, with more than $57,000 raised to support PCC’s services... We are extremely grateful for the following gifts valued at $5,000 or more: ...
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PCC’s 24th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction raises more than $57K for Peel kids with mental health challenges


The generosity of the Peel community shone brightly at Peel Children’s Centre’s (PCC’s) 24th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction, a local holiday tradition that marks the beginning of the festive season – and the season of giving.
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24th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre at Rogues Restaurant


WHAT: 24th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre WHEN: Sunday, Novmber 30, 2014, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Welcome and Introductions at 12 noon. WHERE: Rogues Restaurant, 1900 Dundas St. West, Mississauga, ON
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JESSICA ROSELLI
Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Mississauga – Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) will present its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Sergeant Jessica Roselli of Peel Regional Police, 22 Division, on October 23 at PCC’s annual Celebration Day that recognizes the achievements of its staff and volunteers.
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To Our Future: A Day of Celebration &
Presentation of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Thursday October 24, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga
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Celebrating Our Dedicated Donors


Peel Children's Centre welcomes donors and community partners to celebrate their generosity.
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Staples Argentia continues to support Peel kids with their back-to-school needs


Staples, Argentia demonstrated its culture of giving back to the community for the 9th consecutive year, by selecting Peel Children’s Centre as the “Charity of Choice” for their 2014 School Supply Drive.
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Peel Children’s Centre Appointed Lead Agency for Child and Youth Mental Health Sector in Peel


Peel Children’s Centre is delighted to be selected as Lead Agency for the child and youth mental health service sector in Peel Region.
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Long-serving Peel District School Board social workers are co-recipients of 2014 Mary Neville Award


Mississauga – Peel District School Board social workers Martha Brunet and Cathy-Lou Newhouse are this year’s co-winners of the prestigious Mary Neville Award.
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MEDIA ALERT: Annual General Meetings and Celebration, Working Together for Children, Youth and Families


Tuesday, June 17, 2014, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Mississauga Convention Centre 75 Derry Rd West, Mississauga
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Celebrating 10 Years of Cosmic Bowl


On Thursday, May 29, 2014, Peel Children’s Centre held its 10th Annual Cosmic Bowl fundraising event. Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) welcomed over 275 participants, volunteers and community members, as we joined together to raise $43,000!
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10th Annual Cosmic Bowl


Join us in celebrating our 10th Annual Cosmic Bowl on Thursday May 29, 2014
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When is challenging behaviour a sign of something serious?


This article was originally published on Facebook as part of PCC's 2014 Children's Mental Health Week campaign. We also published articles about child and youth anxiety and depression, which are available to read on our website.  Challenging ...
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What are the signs of depression in children and youth?


This article was originally published on Facebook as part of PCC's 2014 Children's Mental Health Week campaign. We also published articles about child and youth anxiety and behavioural challenges, which are available to read on our ...
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How does anxiety affect children?


This article was originally published on Facebook as part of PCC's 2014 Children's Mental Health Week campaign. We also published articles about child and youth depression and behavioural challenges, which are available to read on our ...
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Peel Police Support PCC


On Sunday, May 11, 2014. Peel Regional Police held a Mother's Day Brunch Celebration in support of PCC
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27th Annual Mary Neville Award - Call for Nominations


An opportunity for you to nominate someone you know for their valuable contributions to children’s mental health in the areas of prevention and early intervention
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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2014: Jessica's Story


Every year, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the ...
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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2014: Adam's Story


Every year, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the ...
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PCC Celebrates National Volunteer Week 2014: Jon's Story


Every year, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) counts on the efforts of more than 100 specially trained volunteers. As mentors, tutors, drivers, childcare workers, respite providers and fundraising assistants, our volunteers are critical to the ...
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MEDIA ALERT: “Chai Time” Open House for South Asian Residents


WHAT Open House and Chai Time for South Asian residents of Peel Region (Chai and snacks will be served) WHEN Thursday, March 27, 2014. Two sessions: 10 am - 12 pm and 3 pm - 5 pm      WHERE Peel Children’s Centre, 85A Aventura Court, Mississauga, ON L5T 2Y6
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Peel Children’s Centre satisfait à 100 % aux normes nationales d’agrément


MONCTON – Le Centre canadien de l’agrément (CCA) a annoncé que le Peel Children’s Centre (Peel) a obtenu l’agrément complet du CCA et satisfait à toutes les normes obligatoires et aux normes principales en matière de pratiques exemplaires.  
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Peel Children’s Centre meets 100% of national accreditation standards


MONCTON – The Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA) has announced that Peel Children’s Centre (Peel) has been fully accredited and meets 100% of the CCA’s mandatory and leading practice standards.  
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Collette Foundation Donates $10,000 to PCC


Collette Foundation, the charitable arm of worldwide tour operator Collette, announces donations of $10,000 to the Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) and $7,500 to Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI).  
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PCC and Nexus meet 100% of national accreditation standards


The Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA) has announced that Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) and Nexus Youth Services (Nexus) have both been fully accredited and meet 100% of the CCA’s mandatory and leading practice standards.  
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Our Diversity journey


PCC’s Diversity journey continues to advance, thanks to the leadership and commitment of a great many staff. 2013 milestones included: ...  
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Celebrating staff and volunteer achievement


PCC is pleased to feature this year’s winners of our two annual awards, the Mary Neville Award and the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award. We also recognize staff who are making a difference through knowledge-sharing, mentorship and leadership – both within our agency and in the community. Our sincere thanks to all our staff who work so hard to fulfill PCC’s mission “To enrich the lives of children and youth who experience social, emotional and/or behavioural challenges by providing a continuum of high quality mental health services.”  
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Thanks to our generous supporters


  • PCC’s 23rd Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction was our most successful ever, raising $55,000 for our programs and services. Many thanks to Rogues Restaurant owner Tony Pereira, Chef Bevan Terry and Rogues staff for again hosting the event and providing an exquisite meal. ...   • Warm thanks to the following organizations that generously donated items or sponsored client families to enable them to enjoy the holidays: ...  
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MEDIA ALERT: Peel Paramedics make Christmas Delivery


WHAT: Peel Regional Paramedic Services will deliver ambulances filled with toys and diapers to Peel Children’s Centre (PCC). Media will be able to interview the paramedics and PCC staff once everything has been unloaded. WHEN: Thursday Dec. 19, 2013, 10 a.m.    WHERE: Peel Children’s Centre headquarters (building entrance), 85A Aventura Court, Mississauga, ON   
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MEDIA ALERT: PCC’s 23rd Annual Holiday Brunch & Auction


WHAT: 23rd Annual Holiday Brunch & Auction for Peel Children’s Centre WHEN: Sunday, December 1, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. WHERE: Rogues Restaurant, Mississauga  
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Peel Children's Centre Celebrates the Generosity of its Donors


Peel Children's Centre welcomed donors, sponsors and community partners for an evening reception in recognition of their generous support. The event was held on November 5 at Credit Valley Golf Club in Mississauga.
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MEDIA ALERT: Reception to celebrate the donors who make our work possible


WHEN:    Tuesday, November 5, 2013, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm WHERE:    Credit Valley Golf & Country Club, 2500 Old Carriage Road, Mississauga
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Hydro One Brampton Chipping in For Charity


Hydro One Brampton's 9th Annual Golf Tournament was held on Monday June 7th at Devil's Pulpit Golf Course. This year's tournament sold out with 38 teams and a total of 152 golfers.
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DONNA PASQUA, Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Mississauga – At its Annual Day of Celebration on October 8th, Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) presented its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Brampton resident Donna Pasqua. A volunteer in PCC’s Driver Program for the past 5 years, Pasqua ensures that children and families who face transportation barriers get to their appointments and programs at PCC.
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MEDIA ALERT: A Day of Celebration & Presentation of the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


WHEN: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 WHERE: Living Arts Centre, Royal Bank Theatre WHAT: 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 our journey to continued excellence • Raise funds for the United Way of Peel Region with live and silent auctions • Present the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award.
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Thank you to Staples Argentia for helping Peel kids with their back-to-school needs


For the 8th year in a row, Staples Business Depot at 3135 Argentia Road in Mississauga selected Peel Children's Centre as their Charity of Choice for their 2013 Staples Students Annual Drive. Staples helped 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.
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Psychologist Dr. Susan Berry wins Mary Neville Award for 2013


Mississauga – Dr. Susan Berry, Psychologist at Peel Children’s Centre, is this year’s winner of the Mary Neville Award. Susan will receive the award at the Joint Celebration following the Annual General Meetings of Peel Children’s Centre and other Peel service agencies tonight, June 18, at 6:45 pm at the Mississauga Convention Centre.
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MEDIA ALERT: Annual General Meetings and Celebration


WHAT:    Annual General Meetings followed by refreshments and a community celebration, Working Together for Children, Youth and Families. WHEN:    Tuesday, June 18, 2013, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. WHERE:    Mississauga Convention Centre, 75 Derry Rd West, Mississauga
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Thank You, Volunteers and Donors!


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.
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Spring events at PCC


9th Annual Cosmic Bowl Peel Children’s Centre celebrates Children’s Mental Health Week with our 9th Annual Cosmic Bowl on Thursday, May 9th at Classic Bowl in Mississauga. Annual General Meeting and Community Celebration Peel Children’s Centre and our partner agency, Nexus Youth Services, invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 18th.
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Children's Mental Health Week 2013


May 5 to 11, 2013 is Children’s Mental Health Week, 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.
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Thank You, Volunteers!


April 21 – 27 is Canada’s 70th annual National Volunteer Week. Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) celebrates and thanks all our dedicated volunteers for their continued support and commitment to the children, families and staff at PCC.
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Paramedics Deliver Gift-Filled Sleighs to Peel Children's Centre


BRAMPTON, ON. (Dec. 19, 2012) – Peel Paramedics in ambulances loaded with toys and diapers pulled in to Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) today. Staff at PCC were happy to unload the many gifts that were donated for the children and youth of the centre. 
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Thanks to our dedicated volunteers and advocates


PCC presented the 2012 Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Brampton resident Stephanie Barbosa. ... PCC presented the 2012 Mary Neville Award to Paul Zarnke, who recently retired as Executive Director of Peel Children’s Aid. ...
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Thanks to our funders, service partners & staff


PCC has been very fortunate to receive new funding from the Ministry of Children and Youth Services as part of Ontario’s Comprehensive Mental Health and Addictions Strategy. This funding is building capacity in key programs while also supporting new collaborative programs with other community-based agencies and the school system. ... As well, the Region of Peel has provided additional new funding to expand PCC’s Preschool Services. PCC is thankful for this new funding, which is enabling us to serve 950 more children, youth and/or their families each year. We are also grateful for our partners’ collaboration in developing these new services for the Peel community.
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Thanks to our generous donors


Our fundraising efforts wrapped up this year with a wonderfully successful Holiday Brunch and Auction at Rogues Restaurant in Mississauga. This event, in its 22nd year, raised $50,000 to support children, youth and their families who are experiencing serious mental health difficulties. Our other annual fundraising event, Cosmic Bowl, raised more than $44,000. High-needs families at PCC will enjoy happy holidays thanks to the incredible kindness and generosity of a great many organizations, companies and individuals who have organized gift and food drives. We are overwhelmed at this outpouring of support from our Caring Community!
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MEDIA ALERT: Peel Paramedics Deliver Gifts to Peel Children's Centre


WHAT: The service will deliver ambulances 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: Wednesday Dec. 19, 2012, 11 a.m.           WHERE: Peel Children’s Centre headquarters (building entrance), 85A Aventura Court, Mississauga, ON    
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Telmetrics Partners with Peel Children’s Centre to Support Children and Families in Need


Mississauga – Grateful staff of Peel Children’s Centre brought a truck to Telmetrics’ Mississauga office today to pick up all the toys and goods that six high-needs families will need to enjoy a Merry Christmas.
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MEDIA ALERT: Telmetrics employees present donations of toys and goods to Peel Children’s Centre for six high-needs families


WHAT: PHOTO OPPORTUNITY The staff at Telmetrics’ offices have sponsored six high-needs families at Peel Children’s Centre, purchasing toys and other goods so the families can enjoy a Merry Christmas. PCC staff are bring a truck to Telmetrics’ office to pick up the donations. WHEN: Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 9:30 a.m.
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JCS Canada Charity Fund presents Nexus Youth Services with $5,000 grant benefiting at-risk youth in Peel


MISSISSAUGA – Nexus Youth Services is thrilled to share the good news of its recent grant success! On December 13, representatives from JCS Canada Charity Fund presented a $5,000 cheque to Nexus at its Annual Holiday Feast for youth.
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MEDIA ALERT - JCS Charity Fund presents Nexus Youth Services with $5,000 cheque at Holiday Feast for at-risk youth


WHEN: Thursday, December 13, 2012  5:00 p.m. – Cheque Presentation  5:00 to 8:00 p.m. – Holiday Feast WHERE: Glass Pavilion, Mississauga Central Library
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STEPHANIE BARBOSA, Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


Mississauga – At its Annual Day of Celebration on October 10, Peel Children’s Centre presented its Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Stephanie Barbosa.
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Peel Children’s Centre announces 2012 Mary Neville Award recipient


Mississauga – Humphrey Mitchell proudly announces that Paul Zarnke, Executive Director of Peel Children’s Aid, is the 2012 recipient of the Mary Neville Award, which will be awarded at the agencies' joint Annual General Meeting on June 19, 2012.
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Children's Mental Health Week 2012


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.
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Spring Events at PCC


  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: • Tuesday, June 19, 2012 • Mississauga Convention Centre, 75 Derry Rd West, Mississauga, ON • 6:00 pm Annual General Meeting ...
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Thank You, Volunteers and Donors!


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: ...    
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Square One Shopping Centre partners with Peel Children's Centre to support children and youth in need


  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.
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Peel Receives its Fair Share of New Provincial Funding


  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.
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MEDIA ALERT - Fair Share for Peel celebrates new population-based funding


  WHAT: Reception to celebrate the Province’s NEW population-based funding for expanded Child and Youth Mental Health services in Peel Region WHEN: Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 5:00 – 7:00 pm WHERE: Brampton Golf Club, 7700 Kennedy Road South, Brampton
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Peel Paramedics hold successful toy and diaper drive for Peel Children's Centre families in need


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.
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Nexus Youth Services builds a culture of youth engagement with new funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation


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.
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MEDIA ALERT: "The Art of Youth Engagement" - workshop wrap-up & photo opportunity with project funder, the Ontario Trillium Foundation


  WHAT: Occasion to thank the Ontario Trillium Foundation for a three-year grant that is funding the youth engagement project at Nexus Youth Services   WHEN: Tuesday December 6, 2011, 1:00 p.m.  
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MEDIA ALERT: 21st Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction


This sold-out event at Rogues Restaurant on Sunday December 4 is PCC’s longest running fundraising activity and will include:   • Solo performance by rising star Michael Ciufo, operatic tenor and crossover vocalist from Mississauga • Recognition of supporters • Brunch • Live and silent auction
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Here We Grow Again!


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:   • walk-in counselling and expanded brief therapy options to provide fast access to service for children and youth who are experiencing mental health difficulties • mental health workers in Peel schools to enable early identification and support of students with mental health difficulties • expansion of our Intensive Child & Family Service and Sexual Abuse Treatment Program to provide faster access to treatment.
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Spotlight on Our Generous Supporters


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.
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Education + Engagement = Excellence


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:   • the opening of Morgan House, our new treatment residence for children 7 to 11 years of age • PCC’s internship program • our annual Celebration Day where we recognized long-term staff service, presented the 2011 Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award, and raised funds for the United Way of Peel Region • information session on evidence-based practice in school settings.
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CIBC supports Peel children and youth with mental health difficulties


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.
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Hydro One Brampton’s Charity Golf Tournament supports mental health services at Peel Children’s Centre


Brampton – Remy Fernandes, President and CEO of Hydro One Brampton, recently presented a donation of $7,500 to Peel Children’s Centre.
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MATTHEW RIBEIRO - Winner of PCC’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


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.
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Staples' Argentia Rd store and customers donate more than $5,000 to Peel kids


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.
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Peel FASD Clinical Service asks everyone to help prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder


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.
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New children’s treatment residence, Morgan House, welcomes its first residents


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.
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Leadership gifts from RBC Foundation and DTZ Barnicke support children's mental health


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.
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Nexus Youth Centre thanks volunteers for Day of Caring project


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.
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Sylvia Leal honoured posthumously with PCC's Mary Neville Award


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.
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Children's Mental Health Week 2011


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. ...
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Spring events at PCC


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: • Tuesday, June 21, 2011 ...  
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Volunteers and Donors: Bringing Hope to Children, Youth and Families


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. ...
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Thanks to Our Caring Community for Its Generosity


Peel Children’s Centre extends a warm thank-you to the many caring individuals, community groups and corporations that have generously donated to the Centre over the past year.
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Media Alert: PEEL PARAMEDICS DELIVER TOYS TO PEEL CHILDREN’S CENTRE


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.
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Celebrating Our Community Partners


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.
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Celebrating Our Funders and Donors


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.
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Celebrating Our Staff and Volunteers


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.
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Generous leadership gift from RBC marks the 25th anniversary of Peel Children’s Centre


Mississauga – Today RBC presented a leadership gift of over $45,800 to Peel Children’s Centre (PCC), a fully accredited children’s mental health agency serving Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga.
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MEDIA ALERT: 20th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction for Peel Children’s Centre


Sunday, December 5, 2010, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Rogues Restaurant, 1900 Dundas St. West, Mississauga
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Rogues Restaurant, long-time supporter of PCC, receives 2010 Sam McCallion Small Business Community Involvement Award


Mississauga – Rogues Restaurant has received the 2010 Sam McCallion Small Business Community Involvement Award from the Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT).
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Peel Children’s Centre celebrates the funders of a new treatment residence in Brampton for children with mental health difficulties


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.
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ANGELINE EDRALIN: PCC's Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award Winner


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.
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MEDIA ALERT - Celebration of 25 Years & Presentation of the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


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.
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MEDIA ALERT: Quality of Life in Mississauga - All Candidates Meeting


Information Forum on Sept. 7, 2010 focused on: > short- and long-term needs of the social services sector in Mississauga > gaps in current services > provincial funding formula
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A Caring Community Working Together for Children


PCC and our partner agency, Nexus Youth Services (NYS), held our 2009/10 Annual General Meeting on June 22nd. PCC presented the Mary Neville Award for 2010 to Garry Campbell from the Peel District School Board
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Celebrating 25 years serving children, youth and their families


PCC and NYS celebrate our 25th anniversaries in 2010/11. Much has changed since we opened our doors 25 years ago, when Peel Region’s population was just half of what it is today.
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Donors and volunteers – giving generously to support our services


PCC’s broad range of mental health programs for children, youth and their families would not be possible without generous support from hundreds of funders, donors and volunteers.
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MEDIA ALERT


Photo opportunity – Mississauga firefighters visit Westacres Camp for children with mental health challenges
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Garry Campbell and Lorna Reid recognized for early intervention and prevention efforts with prestigious Mary Neville Award


Garry Campbell and Lorna Reid are the 2010 co-winners of the Mary Neville Award, presented annually by Peel Children’s Centre for outstanding efforts dedicated to prevention and early intervention in children’s mental health services.
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VOLUNTEER BOARD GOVERNANCE OPPORTUNITY – Peel Children’s Centre and Nexus Youth Services


Peel Children’s Centre and Nexus Youth Services, which provide mental health services for children and youth, are seeking expressions of interest from the Peel community for their Board of Directors.
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PEEL PARAMEDICS GIVE CHILD/YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH CENTRE CAMPUS A SPRING MAKEOVER


As part of Paramedic Week, Peel paramedics including Chief Peter Dundas spent some time sprucing up the Caledon campus of Peel Children’s Centre (PCC) – an organization that provides mental health services for Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga children and youth under 18 years old.
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Nexus Youth Centre thanks volunteers for Day of Caring makeover


On May 13, 2010, the Nexus Youth Centre received a fresh paint job thanks to the generosity of volunteers taking part in the United Way’s spring Day of Caring™ initiative.
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1 in 5 children has a mental health difficulty


May 3rd to 9th is Children’s Mental Health Week. As an accredited children’s mental health agency, Peel Children’s Centre wants you to know that high quality services are available in our community for children, youth and their families who are experiencing mental health difficulties.
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PHOTO OPPORTUNITY


Representatives from Nexus Youth Services will be at Lowe’s Home Improvement in North Brampton on May 5th to pick up painting supplies in advance of the United Way's Day of Caring at the Nexus Youth Centre on Thursday, May 13th.
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Family Day 2010


Teddy Bears Draw Attention to Children’s Right to Equal Access on Family Day
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Nexus Youth Centre celebrates its new space at Mississauga Central Library


Today local youth, City of Mississauga representatives, and community partners joined in the celebration of Nexus Youth Centre’s reopening in its new quarters on the 2nd floor of Mississauga’s Central Library.
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Peel opens third Residential Treatment Program in Greater Moncton for Maritime youth with mental health challenges


Today New Brunswick government representatives and local education, health and social service providers joined Peel Children’s Centre (Peel) in Dieppe to celebrate the opening of Peel’s third residential treatment program for Maritime youth with mental health challenges.
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Peel inaugure un troisième programme de traitement en hébergement dans le Grand Moncton pour les jeunes des Maritimes aux prises avec des problèmes de santé mentale


Des représentants du gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick, en compagnie de prestataires locaux de services sociaux, d'éducation et de santé, se sont joints aujourd'hui au Peel Children's Centre (Peel) pour souligner l'inauguration du troisième programme de traitement en hébergement de Peel pour les jeunes des Maritimes aux prises avec des problèmes de santé mentale.
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NEXUS YOUTH CENTRE - Reopening Celebration


Media Advisory: Reopening of NEXUS YOUTH CENTRE at its new location in Mississauga Central Library on January 21, 2010  
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Square One Youth Centre invites youth to holiday and farewell party before the Youth Centre’s move to Mississauga Central Library


Local youth are invited to Square One Youth Centre on Thursday, December 3, 2009, 4 pm – 6 pm, for a celebration of the holiday season and a chance to bid farewell to the Youth Centre’s current location in the Square One Shopping Centre.
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Nexus Youth Centre Relocates to City of Mississauga Central Library


MISSISSAUGA, November 25, 2009 - Today, City Council approved a recommendation to enter into a licence agreement with Nexus Youth Services to relocate the youth centre, currently located at Square One, to the second floor of Central Library effective December 14, 2009.
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Hina Wadood and Fatima Nawaz, 2009 Co-Winners of the Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award


At its annual Celebration Day on October 14, 2009, Peel Children’s Centre – the primary provider of children’s mental health services in Peel Region – will award the Centre’s Ron Lenyk Volunteer of the Year Award to Hina Wadood and Fatima Nawaz.
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Le Peel Children's Centre est le premier prestataire néo-brunswickois de services de traitement de santé mentale en hébergement pour les jeunes à se faire attribuer une accréditation


Moncton (N.-B.) : le Peel Children's Centre, une agence caritative à but non lucratif qui se spécialise dans les services de traitement en hébergement pour les jeunes des Maritimes âgés de 12 à 19 ans souffrant de sérieuses difficultés de caractère affectif, est le premier prestataire néo-brunswickois de services de traitement de santé mentale en hébergement pour les jeunes à se voir attribuer une accréditation.
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Peel Children’s Centre is New Brunswick’s first provider of youth mental health residential treatment services to receive an Accreditation award


Moncton, NB:  Peel Children’s Centre – a charitable, not-for-profit agency that provides residential treatment services for Maritime youth ages 12 to 19 years with serious emotional difficulties – is New Brunswick’s first provider of youth mental health residential treatment services to receive an Accreditation award.
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York University student Megan Lummiss receives Mary Neville Award for 2009


Mississauga - Megan Lummiss, advocate for Talking About Mental Illness (T.A.M.I.), is the youngest and most recent winner of the prestigious Mary Neville Award. Presented annually by Peel Children's Centre, the award recognizes a community member who has made an outstanding contribution towards prevention and early intervention in children's mental heatlh services.
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Children's Mental Health Week raises awareness of services to help the 1 in 5 children who have a mental health challenge


Mississauga – The first full week of May is Children’s Mental Health Week, a time when children’s mental health agencies and professionals shine a spotlight on the successful, high quality treatments that are available to help the 1 in 5 children and youth who have a mental health disorder.
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Parents for Children's Mental Health brings families together at its Fifth Annual Conference in Mississauga


Mississauga – Parents for Children’s Mental Health (PCMH), an advocacy organization for families of children with mental health difficulties, is excited to gather for its fifth annual conference at the Living Arts Centre on Saturday, April 25, 2009 from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm.
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Humphrey Mitchell receives Elizabeth Manson Award from SickKids Hospital for outstanding community service in children's mental health


November 20, 2008 Toronto – Today Humphrey Mitchell, Executive Director of Peel Children’s Centre, received the prestigious Elizabeth Manson Award for community service in mental health from the Department of Psychiatry at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).
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Peel Children's Centre celebrates the contributions of its volunteers and new funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation for its Volunteer Program


October 7, 2008 – Today at its annual Celebration Day, Peel Children’s Centre – the primary provider of children’s mental health services in Peel Region – celebrated the spirit of volunteerism, recognizing the substantial achievements of its volunteers and welcoming new funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation that will enable the Centre to expand and enhance its volunteer services.
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Elena DiBattista receives Mary Neville Award honouring her efforts in prevention and early intervention


June 17, 2008 For Immediate Release Mississauga – Elena DiBattista, Program Director of Success by Six Peel, is the winner of the prestigious Mary Neville Award presented annually by Peel Children’s Centre to a member of the Peel community who has made an outstanding contribution towards prevention and early intervention in children’s mental health services.
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4th Annual Cosmic Bowl "Strikes" with over $34,000


On Thursday May 29, 2008, Peel Children’s Centre held its 4th Annual Cosmic Bowl at Classic Bowl in Mississauga.  All 150 participants had a great deal of fun while providing generous financial support to Peel Children’s Centre and its range of high quality mental health services for children, youth and their families who are experiencing serious emotional difficulties.
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Summit Garden Chinese Cuisine Raises $27,000 for Peel Children's Centre


Summit Garden Chinese Cuisine celebrated its 10th Anniversary on April 25, 2008 with a very successful dinner and auction that raised over $27,000 for Peel Children’s Centre, the primary provider of children’s mental health services in Peel Region.
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Summit Garden Chinese Cuisine
Will Celebrate Its 10th Anniversary
With Fundraising Dinner for
Peel Children's Centre


Mississauga – Summit Garden Chinese Cuisine will continue its history of generous support to charities by celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a fundraising dinner and auction supporting Peel Children’s Centre, the primary provider of children’s mental health services in Peel Region.
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Square One Youth Centre gets a makeover thanks to support from McKesson Canada, The Home Depot, & the Ministry of Children and Youth Services


Mississauga – Square One Youth Centre, a program of Nexus Youth Services, reopened its doors this week, welcoming youth and community partners to the centre’s fully renewed space located in Square One shopping centre.
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Children in Peel with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder to receive coordinated community support thanks to Ontario Trillium Foundation grant


The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is giving $225,000 over three years to enhance the coordinated provision of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) services in Peel that increase the early identification, intervention and treatment of children between 0 and 6 years of age affected by this disorder.
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Staples Business Depot donates
$6,200 to help Peel kids with
back-to-school needs


Over the past month, two Staples Business Depot stores in Mississauga – 401/Winston Churchill and Heartland – worked hard to make the beginning of the school year a great experience for kids who are clients of Peel Children’s Centre.
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Linda Lee-Berkowitz receives Mary Neville Award honouring her efforts in prevention and early intervention in children’s mental health


Mississauga – At its Annual General Meeting on June 19, 2007, Peel Children's Centre presented its prestigious Mary Neville Award to Linda Lee-Berkowitz, a Clinical Manager who has been innovative and ...
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Bowl with Maple Leafs’ Matt Stajan at Cosmic Bowl fundraiser for Peel Children’s Centre


Mississauga – Toronto Maple Leafs’ #14, Matt Stajan, will be the celebrity guest at the 3rd Annual Cosmic Bowl fundraiser for Peel Children’s Centre on Thursday, May 31, 2007, 6:30 p.m. at Classic Bowl, 3055 Dundas St. West in Mississauga...
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Maple Leaf's Matt Stajan "drops the puck" to mark the start of the annual fundraising campaign


Mississauga – Toronto Maple Leafs’ #14, Matt Stajan, has “dropped the puck” to mark the start of Peel Children’s Centre’s annual fundraising campaign...
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Mary Neville Award - 2006


In honour of the efforts and dedication directed towards prevention and early intervention in the area of children’s mental health services, Peel Children’s Centre developed the Mary Neville Award...
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New Respite Care residence for children and youth with mental difficulties


Caledon – Today Peel Children’s Centre welcomed funders and community partners to the official opening of Century House, a newly renovated residence that is part of the Centre’s respite residential services...
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Going Once, Going Twice, SOLD!


Peel Children’s Centre raises over $31,000 thanks to community members who care about the children in Peel. On Sunday December 4th, Peel Children’s Centre held its 15th Annual Holiday Brunch and Auction...
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