Mobile Resiliency Crew
This program is a mobile service that engages service recipients (Children, Youth, Seniors, Families) in a dialogue that promotes wellness. The brief intervention model is 4 to 5 individual sessions in the community where service recipients are engaged in activities that include therapeutic benefits, such as nature exposure, a walk, a jog, a game of cards, puzzles, gardening, etc. while creating a safe space to discuss emotional well-being and build coping tools. Catchment area: Greater Toronto Area (Halton, Peel, York, Durham), Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Niagara Region, Muskoka Region, Ottawa and surrounding areas.
The Green Resilience program focuses on environmental beautification projects throughout Ontario. The goal of the program is to support the preservation and cleaning of public parks, public spaces, neighbourhoods, and communities. The projects include landscaping, gardening, planting trees, and removing litter amongst other tasks depending on the setting. The Green Resilience program engages volunteers in the development of their communities. Catchment area: Greater Toronto Area (Halton, Peel, York, Durham), Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Niagara Region, Muskoka Region, Ottawa and surrounding areas.
Adulam Foundation offers individual counselling and therapy groups through Registered Social Workers. Our ongoing counselling services support families, children, and youth to meet their personal goals and access their full capacities through evidence-based practices. Our registered Social Workers perform assessments and develop treatment plans for our service recipients through a trauma-informed lens and an anti-oppressive approach.
Location: Online Ontario-wide. In person TBD.
Life Skills Mentorship For Young Athletes
Adulam Foundation promotes wellness through supporting members and service recipients in building awareness of their capabilities and potential. Our Life Skills Mentorship sessions are facilitated by our trained staff and volunteers who hold a role that supports young athletes to establish meaningful objectives and build the drive and motivation to achieve them. The approach of this program is client-centered- providing a space for service recipients to focus on their growth, time management skills, and personal development. Catchment area: Greater Toronto Area (Halton, Peel, York, Durham), Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Niagara Region, Muskoka Region, London, Ottawa and surrounding areas.
As a branch of our Mobile program, we offer services for scheduled wellness checks to check on the safety or well-being of vulnerable persons or family members. Our goal is to connect vulnerable persons to the appropriate services as a follow-up to our wellness checks. Our team and volunteers are able to provide insight and assess safety, as they are trained in suicide risk assessment and suicide interventions. Please note wellness checks are scheduled and not for emergencies. Contact your local police department or 911 if there is imminent risk. Catchment area: Greater Toronto Area (Halton, Peel, York, Durham), Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Niagara Region, Muskoka Region, Ottawa and surrounding areas.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshops
Adulam Foundation offers Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Workshops for organizations and companies seeking to implement transformative change in their work environments. This training/workshop series can have lots of benefits to an organization by increasing the inclusion of identity groups, promoting better teamwork, and many more benefits to create an inclusive environment. Our workshops foster critical reflective thinking to promote the individual growth of employees to create a positive work environment through helping employees recognize diversity and foster an environment where change can occur. Facilitators use an anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, anti-racist, decolonial lens.
Garden to Bloom
Our Garden To Bloom Service focuses on creating and nurturing a favourable environment for the development of individuals, families, and communities through the therapeutic art of horticulture. The service include a gardening session which engages service recipients in gardening activities through cultivating, planting, and managing a garden to bloom fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. This session is a great opportunity for families to learn about a new activity to do together and bridge the connection between how we care for our plants and how we care for ourselves while promoting food sustainability.