Associated Youth Services of Peel

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-890-5222
Toll Free Phone 1-800-762-8377
Fax 905-890-5230
E-Mail general@aysp.ca
Website www.aysp.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/aysp
Primary Contact Angela Wheatley, Administrative Assistant; Phone: 905-890-5222 ext 2222; Email: awheatley@aysp.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Joan Dunn, Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 905-890-9990 ext 2233; Email: sbruck@aysp.ca
Site Information
Site Location Hurontario St and Britannia Rd E
Located In Community Mississauga (City of)
Address & Map
160 Traders Blvd E, Ste 100
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3K7
 
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Intersection Hurontario St (Hwy 10) and Matheson Blvd E
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name AYSP
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Dedicated to helping children, youth and families manage mental health and/or justice issues in order to realize their potential and encourage their contribution to community
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established Incorporated 1986
Primary Executive Kelly Henderson, Executive Director; Email: khenderson@aysp.ca
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Partners with other community agencies to assist youth and their families with their needs * family programs * child and youth programs * Youth Justice Programs for those in trouble with the law or at risk of committing a crime * support groups

Volunteer programs support all services offered * volunteer brochure available
Hours Mon-Thu 9 am-5 pm, Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * some evening and weekend groups available
Areas Served Dufferin County ; Etobicoke ; Halton Region ; North York ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and under 
 
Families with children who have or are at risk of committing a crime, mental health illness (diagnosed or not), anger management issues, any other social disorders * Community based outreach programs -- youth birth-18 years * School based programs -- children 6-9 years and students in grade 9-10 * Justice programs -- youth 12-18 years involved with the criminal justice system or at risk
Application Call the centralized intake * phone interview to determine most appropriate services

Peel Children's Aid Society workers, probation officers, Peel District School Board teachers and staff, Crown attorneys/Ontario Court of Justice can make referrals * referring organizations must obtain appropriate consents for the disclosure of information prior to referral to any program
Languages English
Fees None - All programs & services are offered free of charge
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Family Support Centres/Outreach ; Juvenile Delinquency Prevention
Other Details
Resources Volunteer brochure; Program specific brochures; Guide for Referring Workers

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