Resources for People Affected by Conflict
For programs and services specific to people affected by conflict, including displaced Ukrainians, please visit this page.
In Your Community
An adult group founded to encourage fellow artists to get together to paint, mentor, critique, encourage each other, share knowledge and socialize.
A knitting group for all skill levels and those who would like to learn; meets every other Thursday at the Ross Family Complex in Mount Albert.
A gardening society that is all about flower and vegetable gardening, designs and fun. Check it out and grow together!
Looking to shop local? The East Gwillimbury Chamber of Commerce has a list of local businesses you can browse through.
General overview of the financial programs available for Canadians.
Application link for EI regular benefits.
The Housing Help Centre provides assistance for residents of York Region so that they may find and maintain affordable housing. This includes settlement services for new immigrants, and subsidized housing applications.
Local, Provincial and Federal Information
Information about living, working, and playing in the Town of East Gwillimbury. Access FAQs, by-law forms, events listings and other community links.
York Region’s municipal website provides access to information and services including public health, road maintenance, bylaws, recreational activities, Regional plans, permits and community support.
The third largest school district in Ontario, serving York Region, including the Town of East Gwillimbury.
Quick, easy access to programs and services available through the federal government.
The Women’s Support Network of York Region is a well-established organization that has been serving York Region for over 27 years to respond and educate on the topic of sexual violence.
Online and print community resource navigator for local social services in mental health, addictions, and developmental disabilities, as well as a peer-based platform for people to share their stories and uplifting experiences to help others.
A free skill-building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered over the phone with a coach and through online videos.
Strategies from CAMH on how to maintain your mental wellness.
Good2Talk provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario available 24/7/365.