Our Services For Clients Include:
For further information and to book an appointment with our Credential Assessment Specialist please contact:
(613) 236-0003 or (613) 236-3111 ext. 223
Our settlement counsellors can help you with:
We currently provide these services in Arabic, English and French. However, if you require assistance in any other language, we can provide you with the community resources you need.
For further information and to book an appointment with one of our Settlement Counselors, please contact (613)236-0003 or (613)236-3111
|Rita Attieh||Settlement Counsellorfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 226|
|Maral Boudakian||Social Services Workeremail@example.com||ext. 225|
|Naim Assemani||Crisis & Settlement Counsellorfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 224|
Since employment and families financial stability is a main component for building strong and healthy communities, LASSA is currently providing the employment search support amongst our various services. The employment service is available under the Job Search Workshop Program JSW. The JSW is funded by IRCC and is delivered in collaboration with Local Agencies Serving Immigrants LASI partnership.
The service consists of two main components:
In the JSW the client gets an opportunity to research the local labour market to enable them to assess their qualifications and build a progressive individualized action plan that suits their employment and professional development goals.
The topics covered include:
For further information and to book an appointment with our JSW Facilitator please contact:
Samia Ben Salah
(613) 236-0003 or (613) 236-3111 ext. 229
LASSA and its partners has responded to address the upcoming and preceding challenges of resettling the Syrian Refugees. With IRCC support, the agency has introduced the following services:
The counselling service has been established to support Syrian Refugees encountering difficulties with their resettlement and is available in English, French and Arabic. Long distance clients are welcome to access online counselling through Skype.
With support from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), LASSA will attempt to devise mitigating strategies to assist those who have experienced forced departure and its effects; the service aims to help all eligible refugees suffering from emotional and stress disorders as well those facing adaptation and family issues to process and adopt better coping and management strategies.
For further information and to book an appointment with our Crisis Counsellor please contact:
(613) 236-0003 or (613) 236-3111 ext. 224