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Would You Make a Good Community Services Worker? Here's How to Find Out

Mar 1, 2019 3:01:57 PM

The latest career report from the Government of Canada Job Bank tells us demand is steady for Community Services Workers (CSWs) in Toronto. And it's expected to remain stable over the next 10 years.

We'll have a balance of job-seekers and employers, and fair amount of growth in terms of community services and programs on offer.

What does all this mean? Well, it's positive news for anyone who feels called to a career in social services. It means there are opportunities to truly make a difference in your local community, delivering specialized support to the people who need it most.

Latest Stats & Facts on Addiction: What CSW Students Should Know

Nov 23, 2017 9:18:53 AM

Supporting at-risk individuals within our communities is complex, challenging work.  How do people end up in high-risk situations and environments? What factors combine to push some of us into extremely vulnerable and life-threatening circumstances? 

How Community Services Workers Handle a Crisis: 7 Key Steps

Sep 18, 2017 10:46:20 AM

Working with at-risk populations is central to community service work. CSWs are trained to support people dealing with serious life challenges, and guide them toward the most helpful programs and services—challenges which may include addictions, mental health disorders, cases of domestic violence, and other, high-stress situations that sometimes lead to acute crises.

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