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Address: 1081 Boor St West, Toronto, ON
Working Women Community Centre runs HIPPY in Toronto in several locations in collaboration with neighbourhood partners. We work in the following neighbourhoods: Bloor West, Malvern, Flemingdon, Thorncliffe, Victoria Village and Jane/Finch.
Our community partners are: Davenport Perth Neighbourhood Centre, Malvern Family Resource Centre, Rouge River Early Years Centre, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, and Flemingdon Neighbourhood Services.
Address: 672 Dupont Street
Programs for Abused Women
Address: 286 Harbord St.
Free arts work group! Come and have fun while doing art with other youth! Come check it out every Friday from 3:15 - 4:45 at the Harbord Collegiate Institute (686 Harbord St.)
Address: 22 College
Drop in centre for children aged 0 to 6 and their mother
Sponsoring (pairing) for pregnant women
Child mental health
Prenatal and postnatal services
Postnatal nutrition and counselling for recently arrived mothers
Child development counselling
Child socialization, parent suppport groups and parents skills advice
Free clothing for children
Address: 91 Bellevue Avenue
Licensed childcare for children ages infant to 12 years old. 220 spaces. Fees charged. Parents may qualify for subsidy by application with the City of Toronto.
Address: 1497 Queen Street West
The purpose of CPOP is to provide outreach to newcomer or isolated families with at least one child between the ages of 0-6 years living in the Parkdale and High Park communities and connect them to needed services.
Address: 85 Peckham Ave, Toronto
FREE SPACE - in 77 designated TDSB Schools for Not for Profit and local community organisations.
SUBSIDIZED FEE - in all other TDSB Schools based on agency categorization
Address: 2340 Dundas Street West, Suite 301
The Newcomer Youth Centre (NYC) is a place for newcomer youth to get connected with services
Se sensibiliser à la violence faite aux femmes commence par une prise de conscience.
Address: 1900 Davenport Road
You can get help from our Settlement Counsellor who provides assistance and referrals to both documented and undocumented newcomers to Canada about: immigration, housing, health, education and other resources in the community. Service is available in both English and Spanish, and clients will be required to fill out a registration and intake form.