South Essex Community Council

Site: Leamington Mall - Talbot St E

Service: Immigrant Services - Newcomer Settlement Program

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Record #: LEA0131 Last Modified: 15 Apr 2015 Last Full Update: 09 Dec 2014
Contact Information
Office Phone519-326-8629
Fax519-326-1529
E-Mailinfo@secc.on.ca
Websitewww.secc.on.ca
Primary ContactCarolyn Wiens, Department Co-ordinator; Phone: 519-326-8629; Email: cwiens@secc.on.ca
Alternate ContactGoldie Penner, Program Leader; Phone: 519-326-8629; Email: gpenner@secc.on.ca
Description and Service Details
Description (Service)* Settlement and orientation for immigrants and refugees  
* provides information and referral to other community resources such as language instruction, employment services, literacy classes and other community programs, etc 
* Information workshops provided regularly throughout the year
HoursMon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Tue 8:30 am-8 pm
Areas ServedKingsville ; Leamington ; Wheatley
EligibilityOpen to newcomers * persons in Canada regardless of citizenship
ApplicationIntake process * call or walk-in/no appointment required
LanguagesEnglish ; Arabic ; German - Low German ; Italian - upon request ; Portuguese - upon request ; Spanish ; Interpretive Services - For some languages * call for details
FeesNone
Agency Information
Established1980
Primary ExecutiveCarolyn Warkentin, Executive Director; Phone: 519-326-8629; Fax: 519-326-8528; Email: cwarkentin@secc.on.ca
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration ; Federal - Ministry Citizenship and Immigration Canada ; Private - Greater Essex County District Board of Education
Site Information
Located In CommunityLeamington
Address & Map
Leamington Mall
215 Talbot St E
Leamington, ON N8H 3X5
 
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IntersectionLutsch Ave and Talbot St E
AccessibilityFully Accessible - Parking, Automatic entrance, Washroom
Topics
Service CategoriesNewcomer Settlement Services ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Immigration Issues