Transitional Housing

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Our youth program at Peel Youth Village provides stable transitional housing and support services for youth (ages 16-24) for a maximum of one year less a day (364 days).

We apply a flexible approach to service aimed at building individual strength and resiliency with an emphasis on Housing First principles, a harm reduction philosophy and life skills programming. Physical activity has been proven to reduce stress and increase wellness which is why we operate a fully thriving recreational and community centre facility for our residents and the surrounding Acorn Community.

Our goal is to adequately prepare youth with the tools and resources to succeed. To help us accomplish our goals we have dedicated specialists on site to provide case management services to PYV residents and the surrounding Acorn Community.

Get support with…

  • Health & Wellness
  • Intake & Housing
  • Justice
  • Addictions
  • Early Intervention/Mental Health
  • Trauma
  • Recreation Therapist
  • Youth/Education
  • Employment Specialist (Employment Resource Centre)

How To Apply

Youth can refer themselves or be referred by any social service, education and/or health care provider or emergency shelter.

Visit 99 Acorn Place,
Mississauga, ON, L4Z 1E2

Call 905-791-5576

Fax 905-502-6526

Client Satisfaction Survey

We invite all clients currently receiving services with the Peel Youth Village Program to fill out a brief survey.  You responses enable us to make improvements to serve you better. To begin, please click on the button below.

Client Exit Survey

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