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Adopting Personal Pronouns in Our Email Signature

Our Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression (ARAO) committee provides leadership and strategies in aims of demonstrating our commitment to anti-oppression and anti-racism in all areas of our work. With the ARAO committee’s guidance, we have adopted the use of personal pronouns in our Radius email signatures.

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The Event Organizer – Moon in June Road Race

Thank you to Greg Pace, the Moon in June volunteers, sponsors, runners and fans!

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The Researcher – “Potential Gender Differences in Child and Adolescent Victims of Maltreatment”

At Radius, we conduct applied research designed to inform practice, increase knowledge and answer questions about children, youth and families affected by abuse.

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The Artist – The Gardiner Museum

Radius Child and Youth Services works with the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts to offer children and youth an art therapy based approach to healing from the impacts of sexual abuse.

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Join us at the 2019 Tournament of Hope!

This year, the Tournament of Hope will be held at Piper’s Heath Golf Course on Monday, August  26th with a shotgun start at 8:30am. Grab your foursome for a great day of golf, friends and fun! (Learn More and Register)

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Our Supporters – Together, we are building healthy futures!

Every supporter, big or small, is a hero to us! We are grateful for every dollar, volunteer hour and kind gesture of support.

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The Children, Youth and Families we Serve – At the heart of everything we do!

Each year, Radius’ team of psychologists and social workers provide help to over 430 local children and youth.  The stories we hear are often heartbreaking and difficult. They are also filled with hope, resiliency and strength.

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Radius Child and Youth Services – The future is bright!

Radius Child and Youth Services helps children, youth and families build their futures free from abuse, neglect and violence.

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Radius Partners with Toronto Artist, Tosh Jeffrey

The Suitcase Project … Travelling a Journey of Healing

We were thrilled when Tosh Jeffrey, a local Toronto landscape artist, volunteered
to mentor our Expressive Ar ts Based Group Program. This project offers a creative
process as a way of exploring the impact of abuse and the path to healing.

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