There are many organizations in Niagara Region that can help you when you arrive, depending on where you are moving to. The following multicultural centres can help you find the information and resources you need and help you make Niagara you new home. When choosing a multicultural centre to visit, it’s important to remember that Niagara Region is large and not fully accessible by public transit, so you may need to take a car or taxi.
Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre
The Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre offers settlement services including forms and documents guidance, host family matching, youth services, skills training, job search, language learning, and more. You can find these service in three locations: St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, and Grimsby.
Fort Erie Multicultural Centre
The Fort Erie Multicultural Centre helps newcomers to Fort Erie through programs such as host family matching, computer training, youth programs, language learning, job search skills, and more. The Centre also operators the Peace Bridge Newcomers Centre by the Peace Bridge between Fort Erie and Buffalo, New York.
Welland Heritage Council and Multicultural Centre
The Welland Heritage Council and Multicultural Centre helps immigrants to Welland and the surrounding area. The Centre provides settlement counselling and immigration services, language learning, youth and childcare services, job search assistance, and more. The Centre also has an emergency shelter and a food bank if you’re in need of these services.
Multicultural Network of Niagara Falls
The Multicultural Network of Niagara Falls helps newcomers integrate into the Niagara Falls community. The Network offers language learning, employment services, settlement counselling, and more.
Address: (Niagara Falls Public Library) 4848 Victoria Avenue Niagara Falls Ontario Canada