Helping Hand for Survivors Canada is a chapter of Helping Hand for Survivors Inc. In Canada, we empower communities to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion. At Helping Hand for Survivors Canada, we can initiate a change that spreads gradually, resulting in happier childhoods and brighter futures for future generations by providing adults with easily accessible, research-backed parenting support relevant to their lives.
What we do: Women Empowerment Initiatives and Programs, Violence against Women Advocacy and Prevention, Youth mentorship and event, Newcomers and Refugees Programs, Promotion of cultures, Education, and language skills, Services referral, and Podcasting
Our Mission: To empower families, and build brighter futures by providing education, counseling, and other services needed for securing holistic healing services in communities.
Our Vision: Envision a world in which all parents are supported. Where the challenges of parenting are acknowledged, the community comes together to satisfy their needs, and where justice is achieved.
Our Goal: To inspire a positive generational cycle empowering women and youth to reach their boundless potential.
Black History Month in Canada has its roots in the United States, where it was first celebrated in February 1970 even though the presence of Black people in Canada dates back to the early 1600s. In 1978, the Ontario Black History Society established Black History Week, which was officially recognized by the Canadian government in 1995. In 2008, the House of Commons officially recognized February as Black History Month in Canada.
Join me in praising God at the completion of this training. Not everyone is aware of their human rights. Human rights cannot be begged for. They are innate qualities. They were established prior to our birth. Consequently, knowing your human rights, my friend is vital. We are available to assist you now that our training has been completed and I am well equipped to serve you. Whether you are an individual, business, or institution, you and your employees must be aware of your human rights. To effectively serve the public, even law enforcement must be educated on fundamental human rights, therefore, you are very welcome. This accreditation will also be beneficial to the women we serve at HHS in Canada, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Uganda. Thank you USIDHR for your good work.
Holistic Trauma Healing
Helping Hand for Survivors Canada is currently running a Holistc Trauma Healing session in Toronto area this Summer. Join us and get freedom from grieve, mourn, stress, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger etc. We are offering group and one on one sessions. If you are interested, contact us at 437-991-4232 to register.
Promotion of cultures
Helping Hand for Survivors Canada is promoting African culture in Toronto areas. We have African Drumming, Dancing, Cooking, peer-to-peer mentoring program and a special one is teaching Kiswahili/Swahili. All lessons are free of charge this summer. So hurry and register by contacting HHS at 437-991-4232 #feminist #afrobeats #culture #womenempowerment #dancechallenge#Blackempowerment#recreation therapist