Kingston Agencies Work Together to Help New Immigrants

Published on: 2015/09/25 - in Featured Releases

The Islamic Society of Kingston, Kingston Community Health Centres and Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington are working together to provide services for new immigrants to KFL&A.

Today, they’re signing a new agreement called the Shared Journey Project.

The three organizations will work together to provide family services to the Muslim Community and new immigrants to our region. The partners will share information and provide cultural liaison services so that newcomers to our community will get better services that work for them and their families.

Family and Children’s Services report they have been collaborating with community partners to deliver services since 1894.

You can view their video “Shared Journey” embedded below or watch it on Youtube.


Based on a media release from Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington

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