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Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA)

The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) helps individuals and organizations to connect across cultures. We provide information, support and tools to help immigrants and refugees reach their goals. By engaging people through networks, education, employment, and arts programming we create a welcoming community. Their main office is located at 930 Balmoral Road

Settlement Servies

Are you an immigrant or refugee looking for information on housing, schools for your kids, and finding a doctor?  Do you have questions about income tax and the Canadian legal system? Or do you just want someone to talk to who understands what it feels like to be an immigrant? ICA’s settlement workers are here to help you! ICA (Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria) is located at 930 Balmoral Rd, Victoria.

Financial Planning for New Parents

Join us as Certified Financial Planner Alexandra (Alyx) Valdal, walks us through some basic financial strategies and answers your questions. Alyx will touch on a variety of topics, including employment insurance (EI), living on a reduced income, savings plans (for you and baby!), setting up a will and life insurance. Free! Located at Mothering Touch Centre, 975 Fort Street

PATHWAYS for Families

Small group workshop series covering financial literacy, parenting, cooking, lifelong learning, employment strategies, visioning and goal setting. Located at the Mustard Seed Family Centre, 625 Queens Ave. Victoria.

Rosalie’s Village

Rosalie's Village proves supportive transitional housing for single mothers with young children age five and under and women ages 40 to 55 who are at risk of homelessness. Also provides three emergency shelter units for single mothers with children to use for up to 60 days. Support services include a day program, work training programs, life skills training, emergency relief, vouchers, workshops, and help transitioning into long-term housing. On-site licensed daycare for infants and children is available. Rent is based on income.

Mustard Seed Family Centre

The Mustard Seed Family Centre aims to reduce the impact of poverty on vulnerable families and when possible, breaking the cycle. They offer: group workshops to help with financial literacy, parenting, cooking, lifelong learning, employment strategies, visioning and goal setting; employment support, job search, referrals, counselling, emergency assistant, family dinners.

Child Care Subsidy

A child care subsidy or allowance is available to help parents and guardians with the cost of full- or half-day child care. 

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