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18 Oct

Stephanie Alves Resignation

Dear Gatehouse Community, I am reaching out to you all today to announce the resignation of Stephanie Alves, Women’s Program Coordinator. Her last day at The Gatehouse is October 21, 2021. Stephanie is leaving due to being offered a position with another organization. Since Stephanie joined The Gatehouse team in 2013, she has been a valuable and well-respected member of our team, bringing a “hit the ground running” attitude, with empathy, compassion, and kindness in her...

21 Sep

Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon 2021

Join us for the Scotiabank Charity Challenge! All October long virtual event. Run walk anytime in October. Raise funds to help The Gatehouse! October 1 – 31, 2021 | Virtual Race Steps to get started 1. Register and pay the registration fee for the 5KM/half or full marathon at the Scotiabank Toronto Charity Challenge here  2. Select The Gatehouse as your charity of choice during the registration process 3. Start raising funds...

21 Sep

Transforming Trauma Conference 2021

Transforming Trauma 2021 | A Virtual Event The Gatehouse and community partners are once again pleased to organize the Transforming Trauma Conference from Monday, November 15 to Friday, November 19th, 2021. This year it’s again gone virtual! With panels, presentations, and workshops, this event will bring together mental health services, first responders, and survivors of trauma to exchange ideas and evidence-based approaches for the prevention and treatment of trauma. It is our intention that attendees will...

25 Aug

Queen’s Park – Loverin’s Law

LOVERIN’S LAW – QUEENS PARK LOBBY DATE: Tuesday, October 26, 2021 TIME: 12pm – 4pm WHERE; Queens Park, Toronto  FOR EVENT UPDATES VISIT Facebook @centreformentalhealthtransformation Page and go to “Events“ – LOVERIN’S LAW LOBBY COVID 100 ppl Max Recommendation; Wear mask Social Distance LOOK FOR 2 ORANGE SHIRTS AND THE LOVERIN’S LAW GROUND SIGNS FOR EVENT UPDATES VISIT Facebook @centreformentalhealthtransformation Page and go to “Events“ –...

31 Aug

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

Written By: Amy Tai, Program Assistant, Community and Justice Services Diploma (c),  An important part of being a parent is nurturing and raising up our children to be kind, smart, and logical decision-makers. Teaching our kids to not touch a hot stove will teach them not to ignore obvious signs of danger. Teaching our kids to love and embrace who they are will teach them to love and embrace others as they are. We know the reality of the hurting world that we...