Quick Facts

Service type: Newcomer, Women, Employment
Eligibility: Newcomer immigrants and refugees who identify as women
Delivery: Virtual and in-person
41 Chauncey Ave. Toronto, ON M8Z 2Z2
Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fee: Free
Program dates: Year-round

Program Description

The Newcomer Community Integration Program (NCIP) works to address barriers experienced by newcomer immigrants and refugees who identify as women. We help to improve access to supports and opportunities that foster social and economic integration.


This program aims to:

  • Provide settlement, employment and information services tailored to the needs of newcomer women
  • Build a support network to assist with integration into the Canadian community
  • Improve access to community resources, professional networks and the hidden job market (jobs that are not advertised or posted online)


Opportunities for participants:

  • Build your social network in Canada and get to know your community
  • Engage in one-on-one mentorship
  • Connect with peers in a women’s support group
  • Participate in interactive and informative workshops
  • Get referrals to other services
  • Develop your system navigation skills
  • Gain leadership skills by joining our Advisory Committee




Please contact us to register.

Client Testimonials

Newcomer Community Integration Program


"The program was successful in my opinion, an overwhelming success, and many of my acquaintances would like to join it after what they heard from me... There were theoretical and practical benefits, and it helped us very much in implementing our projects. … I would like to thank WoodGreen for choosing a facilitator who is the perfect person for this program. She has provided us with … not only information, but also a practical application for research, registration, and more. "

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Ready to participate?

Contact us using the information below to register or for more information about the program.


Contact Information

Liane Arandia

(416) 231-2295 ext. 6253

Ganna Gungor

(647) 242-1547


41 Chauncey Ave.
Toronto, ON
M8Z 2Z2

1491 Danforth Ave.
Toronto, ON
M4J 1N5


Monday to Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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