Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre

272 King Street East
Oshawa, ON
L1H 1C8



About Us

The Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre (DRUHC) is a non-profit organization established in 1983 with locations in Oshawa and PickeringDRUHC is dedicated to assisting unemployed or underemployed individuals in meeting their employment goals and assisting employers in meeting their hiring and training needs. Both Job Seekers and Employers benefit from years of experience, outstanding customer service and the Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre’s high success rate. DRUHC is the lead agency for the Welcome Centre Immigrant Services - Pickering. 

DRUHC’s Confronting Racism in Durham project is funded by the Government of Canada, and seeks to raise awareness of the impact of overt, unconscious, and systemic racial discrimination in employment and career advancement opportunities within Durham. Throughout the duration of the Confronting Racism in Durham Project (December 2021 – March 2023), we will partner with service providers, employers, and racialized communities in Durham to identify and develop strategies to address issues of racial barriers to employment.

Our People

Titi Katibi
Program Coordinator - Confronting Racism in Durham Projecr
Phone: (905) 420-3008 Ext 265

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