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Safetynet Children And Youth Charities

Site: Safetynet Children And Youth Charities

Service: Family Support Centre

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Record #: OAK4394 Last Full Update: 20 Jan 2014
Contact Information
Office Phone24 hours 905-845-7233(SAFE)
Organization Emailsafetynetca@hotmail.com
Websitewww.safetynetservices.ca
Social MediaFacebook Facebook
Primary ContactBill Shields, Executive Director
Web Email Formwww.safetynetservices.ca/contact-us
Agency Information
Agency DescriptionA registered charity that provides services to Children, youth and their families. The charity’s focus is to work with youth and families that, for one reason or another, are struggling in the community.
Service Level(50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
EstablishedJuly 2006
FundingFundraising ; Donations ; Sale of Goods
Agency Services
Service Information
Service DescriptionA registered charity that provides services to Children, youth and their families. The charity‚Äôs focus is to work with youth and families that, for one reason or another, are struggling in the community. 
 
Services include: 
 
Free clothing bank 
* for infants to adults, including business suits for men and women re-entering the work force 
* donations can be dropped off at 226 Randall St, bottom floor, Mon - Fri, 9 am-5 pm or can be left in front of the door if no one is available 
* clothing can be picked up by Safetynet from residences bordered by Bronte to the west, Ford Dr to the east, South Service Rd to the north, and Lakeshore Rd to the south 
 
Free tutoring for children or youth who are struggling with their academics  
 
Music program  
* one-on-one piano and guitar lessons designed for children and youth who show an aptitude and interest in music but whose parents may not have the means to afford lessons  
 
Also offers a small non-perishable food bank 
 
 
 
 
HoursMon-Fri 9:30 am-5:30 pm; 
Clothing bank and food bank available on emergency basis
Meeting DetailsBoard meetings quarterly
Areas ServedHalton Region ; Hamilton ; Peel Region
Eligibilityagencies can refer individuals or families for all services * families in need are welcome to call for assistance
Application* applications can be done by community services over the phone 
* individuals or families will need to fill out a application form when they first access the service
LanguagesEnglish
FeesNone - clothing, food bank, music, tutoring services provided without charge ; Fee assistance available.
Additional Services at this Site
Site Information
Located In CommunityOakville (Old Oakville)
Address & Map
226 Randall St W, Ste 101
Oakville, ON L6J 1P7
 
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Nearest Main IntersectionTrafalgar Rd and Lakeshore Rd W
Wheelchair AccessibilityNot Accessible
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesClothing Donation Programs ; Family Support Centres/Outreach ; General Clothing Provision ; Subject Tutoring ~ At Risk Youth
Other Details
Resources AvailableCharity pamphlet/service pamphlet