At Vita, we offer a variety of programs. Browse through and learn about which program would work for you.
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Visit any one of the pages below for more information.
One to One Counselling
Our community support program helps pregnant and parenting youth make positive decisions for themselves and their child. We connect youth to community resources, while our counsellors address issues that impact the quality of life for their family, mainly themselves and their child. All counselling is free.
Growing as Parents
G.A.P. is a free parenting and life skills program that is offered in 12 week sessions, three times a year in various locations. The program is open to people in Peel Region, aged 15-30, who have children 0-6 years old. For two hours once a week, a trained facilitator leads sessions on topics ranging from healthy relationships to how to handle temper tantrums. Occasionally guest speakers will be brought in to share their expertise on a topic. Child-minding, light snack and bus tickets are provided.
P.A.C.E. allows up to 15 pregnant or parenting students between the ages of 15 and 20 to complete their high school in an alternative setting, located at our Mississauga office, 75 Watline Avenue. Child-minding is provided.
Vita Supper Connection is a free 12-week program that is available to parents in Peel Region, aged 15–30 with children up to 6 years old. Have fun meeting other young parents while participating in our parenting and life skills programming, and enjoy a free meal!
Being a new mother can be overwhelming, especially when you’re young. First time parents have a lot to learn, including knowing what supplies and equipment are needed to properly care for an infant. Registered clients of Vita Centre have access to our Care Closet to give them tangible supplies that a new baby needs.
The role of the Navigator helps connect our clients to health services and supports and to help increase their confidence in navigating the health care system.