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You are welcome here,

whoever you are, no matter where you are from.


Who We are.

What We Do.

We believe that healthy communities can only be healthy when their basic sense of security and well being have been addressed; police and community relations, legal aid, immigration services, housing, healthcare, schools for kids or even food. If you have a need, ask us. We can help.​​
We are a, secular, multi-lingual service provider. Our services are strictly community based. We host community based events where people from many communities can come to meet a friend, or a therapist, to garden together or learn yoga, see a performance, take a class or just have a cup of coffee and chat.​​

What we believe.

We believe that art is curative, music is therapy and laughter heals at least some wounds which is why we offer music classes for all ages for anyone who wants to take one, and free performances.

                   Who we serve.

We provide social engagement, cultural enrichment, legal referral and case management for anyone who needs it but we have specialized services for refugees and new immigrants. We offer community based classes in yoga, gardening and music aimed at developing holistic community health. We offer women's groups for survivors of rape and domestic violence and support groups for men or women living with HIV or who are victims of torture. We welcome men, women, children, and sexual minorities and although we will accept donations if you can afford to make one, it's okay if you have no money at all.

Like the inn keeper of Bethlehem, we will never turn away anyone in need.

Arabic. English. Farsi. French. Lingala. Nepali. Somali. Spanish. Swahili. Urdu. 

Our Community Partners