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EMYS News

June 17, 2019

Announcement: Aisling Discoveries & East Metro Youth Services

We are very pleased to announce that the Board of Directors of Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre and East Metro Youth Services have entered formal discussions to explore the opportunity to amalgamate and create a new children’s mental health centre to serve infants, children, youth and families in east Toronto.
April 24, 2019

Impact Report 2017 – 2018

The past year at EMYS has been another momentous one, marked by many transitional and transformative changes, including how we share the impact of our work with you – our clients, members, partners, and the Toronto community. Using a more visual, interactive, online approach, you will be able to easily find what matters to you most. We hope you enjoy the new look.
April 24, 2019

New Director: David Willis

Appointment: David Willis as Director of Strategy and Systems Management, East Metro Youth Services. I am pleased to announce that David Willis will be joining East Metro Youth Services (EMYS) as Director, Strategy and Systems Management effective August 13, 2018. David is currently the Clinical Services Manager at The Hospital for Sick Children, overseeing a variety of programs including Tele-Link Mental Health and Brain and Mental Health. David fills Roberta Bustard role.
April 24, 2019

New Director: Junie B Facey

I am pleased to announce that Junie B Facey will be joining East Metro Youth Services (EMYS) as Director, Community Engagement and Development effective July 18, 2018.

EMYS Media Coverage

Minds in Motion: Intergenerational Program

SNAPD Scarborough Magazine – December 2015

Beaten, Branded, Bought and Sold

Toronto Star – December 12, 2015

Volunteering Benefits Newcomers’ Well-being

New Canadian Media – October 21, 2015

Youth Multimedia Program Teaching Life-Changing Skills

Toronto Star – October 17, 2015

Mental health services for newcomers spread thin in Scarborough

Scarborough Mirror – September 15, 2015