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Settlement Services

Embarking on a new chapter in a foreign land can be both exciting and challenging. Recognizing the needs of newcomers Charlotte County Multicultural Association takes pride in offering comprehensive settlement services. CCMA is provides a supportive and welcoming environment for individuals and families making Charlotte County their new home.

Moving to a new community can be overwhelming, but CCMA ensures that newcomers feel a warm welcome. From the moment individuals arrive, the association is committed to easing their transition, offering a friendly face and a helping hand to guide them through the initial stages of settlement.

Once registered newcomers meet settlement workers, either in person or online, to understand unique settlement needs and to connect newcomers to their chosen community.

Information sessions

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Orientation to the area

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Document Assistance

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Get in Touch

+1 (506) 755-9295

+1 (506) 396-2262

+1 (506) 754-5160

Our Workshops and Events

How to register

As a registered client, you will have access to free services provided by the CCMA, as well as, the essential information you need as a Newcomer to Canada.

What You Will Need To Register as a Client:

  • Work or Study Permit

  • Immigration Program Letters, Letter of Offer from Employer or Approval Letter from the Government depending on which program you are registered with

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