- Central Family Intake - Central Family Intake is the clearing house for all shelter beds in Toronto. They will know if we have openings and will contact us on your behalf. (416-397-5637)
- City of Toronto 2012 Guide to Services for People who are Homeless
- Woodgreen Homeward Bound Program - Homeward Bound assists single, female-led families who are living in unstable conditions make a successful transition to sustainable employment, permanent housing and independent living for themselves and their children. (416-645-6000 x.3006)
- Woodgreen Red Door Family Shelter - Provides emergency 24-hour shelter and services including crisis counselling, medical assistance, case management, parenting and life skills training, and additional supports.
- Habitat for Humanity Toronto - (416-755-7353)
- Bain Co-op Toronto - (416-466-2186)
- Housing Connections Toronto - The centralized waiting list for subsidized housing in the city of Toronto, supporting singles, seniors and families through the process of applying for and waiting for subsidized housing.
- Access Point Toronto - The centralized point where you can apply for addictions and mental health support services as well as supportive housing.
- East York Housing Help Centre - (416-698-9306)
- Homeless Connect Toronto - Hosts events that connect individuals with diverse supports and services.
- Co-Operative Housing Federation of Toronto - Access to centralized co-op waiting lists
- Streets to Homes Assessment and Referral Centre (SHARC) - (416-392-0090)
Seniors' Health, Wellness,
- Woodgreen Community Services: Foot Care Community Clinics -
*Fee for service. (416-645-6000 x.5232)
- Woodgreen Community Services: Full Circle - Psychogeriatric Case Management. (416-572-3575)
- Woodgreen Community Services: Group Dining - *Fee for service, fee subsidy available. (416-572-3575)
- Woodgreen Community Services: Health Promotion Clinic - Free.
- Woodgreen Community Services: Meals on Wheels - *Fee for service.
- Woodgreen Crisis Outreach Service for Seniors (COSS) - on-call mobile crisis intervention and outreach service for seniors who have suspected or diagnosed mental health and/or addictions, including dementia that provides short-term response 365 days a year, 9am to 5pm. (416-217-2077)
- Second Mile Club - Adult Day Program - *yearly membership fee.
- Second Mile Club East Toronto Branch: Matty Eckler Rec. Centre -
- Community Centre 55 - Seniors Yoga, fitness, day trips. (416-691-1113)
- SPRINT Senior Adult Day Program - (416-481-6411)
- Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre - Seniors information and referral, recreation. (416-863-0499)
- Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services Adult Day - (416-863-0499)
Violence Against Women
- Red Door Crisis Line - If you are a woman seeking shelter from domestic violence, call: (416-423-0310)
- Assaulted Women's Helpline - 24-hour telephone crisis line for abused women in Ontario: confidential and offered in up to 154 languages: they will discuss the warning signs of abuse you have seen and give you practical advice on ways to help. (1-866-863-0511)
- Comprehensive Safety Plan For Abusive and Violent Situations
- Safety Tips for Women in Abusive Relationships
- Domestic Violence Resource Centre - 24-hour crisis line. (503-469-8620)
- Nellies VAW Shelter - 36 Emergency shelter beds along with community outreach programs including an evening supper drop in, outings, and events!
- Assaulted Women's Hotline - (416-364-4144)
- YWCA Toronto Women's Shelter - 24-hour line. (416-693-7342
- Daily Bread - (416-203-0050)
- Foodshare Foodlink Hotline - volunteer operated referral service that connects community members with local low/no-cost food programs. (416-392-6655)
- North York Harvest Food Bank - (416-635-7771)
- Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre Food Bank - (416-392-1750)
- Glen Rhodes United Church Food Bank - (416-465-3755)
- Salvation Army Community & Family Services East Toronto - (416-467-7664)
- Grace Pascoe Care Centre Calvary Baptist Church: Calvary Food Bank -
- Sherbourne Health Centre - Health care, mental health, and drop in services and programs for individuals traditionally under-served by conventional health care systems; including newcomers, LGBTQ2+ identified folks, and more. (416-324-4100)
- 416 Community Support for Women - Addictions services, life skills training, and social programming for women. (416-928-3334)
- East End Community Health Centre - (416-778-5858)
- South Riverdale Community Health Centre - Community-based primary health care services and health promotion programs. (416-461-1925)
- Monarch Park Clinic - (416-462-1777)
- Children's After Hours Clinic - (416-461-3000)
- Dawe's Family Clinic and Walk-in - (416-690-1042)
- Hassle Free Clinic - Free medical and counselling services in many areas of sexual health, located downtown. (416-922-0566)
- VHA - Hoarding Network. (416-482-4622)
- Regent Park Community Health Centre - Counselling and case management. (416-203-4506)
- Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto - Resources and support for urban Indigenous women and their families. (416-529-7101)
- Woodgreen Community Services - Case management. (416-572-3575)
- St. Michael's Hospital Coordinated Access to Addiction Services -
- The Mainline - Current information and support on issues related to harm reduction, injection drug use, and needle exchange programs.
- Toronto Withdrawal Management Service System - (416-864-5040)
- Fred Victor: Community Resource Connections of Toronto
Health & MEntal Health
Youth & Kids
- Kids up Front - RHAP is a partner to this program; A foundation that provides access to arts, culture, and sports through donating free tickets to those who apply! (416-479-6617)
- Kids @ Computers - Awards computers and internet access to children of low-income families in Toronto. (416-392-8610)
- Tim Horton's Childrens Camps - for youth ages 12-16, subsidized residential camps. (1-888-585-0829)
- Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund - (416-869-4847)
- Reach for the Rainbow - for youth with disabilities, linking you to inclusive camps/programming