All Housing Help Services

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    Anduhyaun – Anduhyaun Emergency Women’s Shelter

    Anduhyaun Shelter is a Violence against Women (VAW) Emergency Shelter servicing Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal women with or without children fleeing violence. Services offered at the Shelter includes, but are not limited to: Individual Counselling Sexual Assault Counselling Crisis Counselling Life Skills Resident Support Services Cultural Ceremonies and Elders

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    Wigwamen

    Founded in 1972, Wigwamen Incorporated, a non-profit and charitable organization, is Ontario’s oldest and largest urban Aboriginal housing provider. Toronto Housing SItes: In the West end of the city, most of our units are located in the area bounded by Eglinton Avenue on the north, Bloor Avenue on the south, Read more [...]

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    Christie-Ossington Men’s Shelter – South

    The Men’s Shelter at 850 Bloor Street West will provide overnight shelter supporting the well-being of 30 men each night in Toronto’s West End who are homeless, street-oriented and facing mental health challenges, substance use issues, unemployment and other barriers to maintaining adequate housing.

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    Christie-Ossington Men’s Shelter

    Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre (CONC) is a multi-service agency in West Downtown Toronto providing essential and innovative services for vulnerable community members. The Men’s Shelter at 973 Lansdowne Avenue provides overnight shelter and supports the well-being of 68 men each night in Toronto’s West End. 973 Lansdowne is also home Read more [...]

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    Magaret’s Toronto East Drop-In Centre

    Margaret’s mission is to provide a continuum of safe supportive housing for women with mental health challenges, and an array of innovative community-based programming available to both women and men, empowering them to build and reclaim their lives. Our programs contribute to reducing poverty and homelessness throughout the Greater Toronto Read more [...]

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    Christie Refugee Welcome Centre

    Located in the heart of downtown Toronto just minutes from Christie/Bloor in the Annex, Christie Refugee Welcome Centre (CRWC) has provided emergency shelter and a warm welcome for refugee families from all ethnic, racial or religious backgrounds for more than two decades. Services include: shelter program, outreach program

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    Horizons for Youth

    Horizons for Youth is a shelter for at-risk and homeless youth aged 16-24 in Toronto. Services include: case management, mental health and addiction services, housing support, day program

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    Seaton House

    Seaton House provides services to men 18 years and older in need of shelter, including those with complex combinations of health, mental health, behavioural and/or addictions issues. Services include: emergency shelter, case management, housing and addiction counseling