For more than 35-years WJS has delivered social services across Canada. Our work to support marginalized youth, struggling families and people with developmental disabilities has led us to serve people who identify as Indigenous, First Nations, Inuit and Metis. WJS has heard the call for Truth and Reconciliation, and with strong connections to communities across
Jen’s story is just one of many. Every day we support children, youth, adults and families in crisis and help people with disabilities thrive in communities across Canada. We work with people to uncover and develop their unique strengths to be the very best they can be.
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From practicum student to Program Director: 25 years and an immensely rewarding journey of friendship. “I loved working with all the individuals in social services and it felt good that I was making a difference in their lives…” JT Aujla, WJS Program director If you were to go back in time 25-years to meet Jatinder
The following is an excerpt from WJS Canada’s storybook “Your Story Is Our Story”, a collection of experiences recounted by WJS employees that celebrate the caring culture of their work within the organization. Having passion for the work that WJS does means seeing the potential in someone and having the patience to see them through
WJS Canada wishes to respectfully acknowledge that we operate on the traditional territories of Indigenous peoples across Canada.