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Address: 1751 Sheppard Ave East
A partnership project with the vision to bring volunteers together from diverse ethnic background through a series of volunteer trainings delivered in various languages. The project will build a greater understanding of immigrants’ health among the project participants as well as building volunteers leaders and training models & resources for the non-profit sector.
Address: 208 Oakwood Avenue
Temporary housing for women and children
Address: 533A Gladstone Ave
For more information about United Way of Toronto’s Strong Neighbourhood strategy and the ANC go to: http://www.unitedwaytoronto.com/whatWeDo/ANC.php
For more information about Victoria Village Neighbourhood go to http://www.toronto.ca/demographics/cns_profiles/cns43.htm
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: 519 Church Street
Among Friends is a weekly support program for LGBTQ Refugee claimants. Among Friends includes information sessions on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer rights and culture in Canada, the refugee claims process, housing, employment and self-care.
Bâtir un plan de sécurité, préparer sa transition, vivre une relation sans violence, trouver du soutien dans la recherche de logement.
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: 519 Church Street
BREAKTHROUGH is a volunteer-led project that organizes events for LGBTQ newcomers to connect in Toronto. Each event features an activity, guest speaker and a resource table organized and staffed by knowledgeable 519 volunteers and 'Settling In' staff. Held the last Friday evening of every month from 7:00PM-9:30PM.
Address: 1884 Davenport Rd, Unit #1
Settlement and orientation services for newcomers are provided in a variety of languages at 3 locations in West Toronto
Address: 3320 Midland Avenue, Suite 201
•Information services and referrals
•Short term support and counselling
•Case management services
•Self help & mutual support groups
•Housing and support for people who are homeless or at high risk of becoming homeless
•English as a Second Language Class for consumers