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November 23, 2022

Give the gift of community support and remind youth that they are celebrated this holiday season by donating items from the Phoenix Wishlist.
All items below can be dropped off to the Phoenix Centre for Youth at 6035 Coburg Road, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

June 27, 2022

Keeping connected with our community!

We’re excited to share this year’s Report to the Community with you all. The following pages highlight a few of the innovative program initiatives and incredible youth journeys that Phoenix has been honoured to be a part of.

As a result of your kindness and generosity, we could continue to thoughtfully connect with youth and be a familiar pillar of support even when physically separated, and despite systematic challenges.

Thank you and we hope you enjoy reading this year’s report!

June 01, 2022

In the following document, you will see a dictionary of terms for Phoenix staff and youth to help inform and learn about words and/or terminology you may hear focused on the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community. This is meant to be a quick guide and does not pretend to include each and every term, or even every definition for some of these words. From the staff who created this document, please note that this dictionary is intended to be a quick reference guide that we acknowledge is not complete, nor will it ever be.

September 29, 2021

On this inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we recognize and reflect upon the tragic history and ongoing legacy of the Canadian residential school system. Up until 1996 over 150,000 children were forced to attend residential schools across Canada. Thousands, estimates range from 3200-6000, didn't return home, and those who did were left with the effects of severe, persistent trauma.