- Nursing Clinics
- ID Replacement
- Meal Programs
- Food Banks
- Drop Ins
- Clothing Banks
- Bad Date Reporting
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SPRING 2014 Newsletter
The Community Drop In schedule changes often so check back regularly for updates. Drop Ins are a place for people to come in off the street. Some drop ins offer showers, meals and valuable resources on programs and services in the area.
All Saints Drop-In Centre
Monday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (Street Health Nursing Clinic 1:30-3:30; ID Clinic 12-1:30 pm)
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Friday: Women Only 8am – Noon
Computer/Internet; Washrooms; Sleep; Service Referrals; Coffee/Snacks; Board Games, etc.;. Dual Diagnosis Counselor; ID Clinic and Health Clinic on Tuesdays.
Margaret’s Toronto East Drop-in
323 Dundas St E
Tues-Thur, Sat, Sun 7 am-noon
Neighbourhood Information Post
269 Gerrard St (above the Public Library)
Monday – Friday 9:30am-4pm
Computer/Internet; Housing Help; Mail & Messages; Rent Bank
Council Fire Drop-In
439 Dundas St East
Monday – Thursday 8:30am-5pm
Weekends 9:00am -3pm
Food (Noon-12:30; 4-4:30pm); Job Help; Computer/Internet; Housing (Tues & Thurs); Health Care; Laundry (Wed); Shower (M, W, F 9-11am);
Regent Park CHC
465 Dundas St. East
Monday & Wednesday 9-7:30
Wednesday & Thursday 9-7:30
Healthcare; Community Health Workers; Shower/Laundry; Housing; Harm Reduction; Newcomer Services; Infant/Child; Youth Programs
SEX WORKER’s Drop-In: at Regent Park CHC
465 Dundas St East
Thursday 9am -12noon
A drop-in for women & transwomen who use drugs, do sex work or both. Meet and talk openly with other women; coffee & snacks; get rigs-pipes-condoms; shower & laundry; report bad dates; see a nurse
St. James Cathedral Drop-In
65 Church Street, at King
Light snacks, nursing clinic, haircuts, nursing foot care
Fred Victor Women’s Day Program
67 Adelaide St East
Informal counseling; housing & shelter referrals; detox, mental health and medical services; income support; legal advice; breakfast, lunch, and snack programs; clothing; shower and laundry; first aid and hygiene supplies; arts and craft activities; organized trips and outings: T-Girls, a support and educational group for transsexual and transgendered women.
416 Community Support for Women (for women only)
416 Dundas St East
Monday – Sunday 8am-4pm
Counselling and crisis intervention services; access to our medical clinic and/or mental health and addiction case management staff; weekly food bank; various group activities which include art and writing classes and various social/recreational programs and life skills training; assisting with senior age health concerns such as support to follow prescribed medication and dietary regiments.
519 Church Street Community Centre
519 Church Street
Mon 5:00-9:00 pm (Trans adults)
Wed 5:00-9:00 pm (Trans youth)
Sun 10:00 am-3:30 pm (All adults)
389 Church Street (enter through the entrance on Granby Street -just east of Church St, south of Carlton)
The Hostel Outreach Program (HOP) is a community mental health program for homeless men in Toronto who have significant mental health problems and difficulties functioning in the community. HOP provides long term support, advocacy and community service co-ordination – usually called comprehensive case management. We accept referrals from the women’s shelter system, drop-in centers as well as other services, and the public at large.
Fred Victor Open House Drop-In
145 Queen St East
Monday – Friday 12-4pm
I.D Clinics; couselling; advocacy; healthy snacks; clothing; phones; housing workers; mental health supports; Harm Reduction; legal; help opening a bank account; gently-used clothing; purchase low-cost fresh fruits and veggies through the Good Food Box. Special Programs: community garden, arts, trips, activities.
25 Charles Street East
Tues 1:00 pm-5:00 pm, Women-Only
Wed 10:30 am-3:00 pm, meals served
Thurs 4:30 pm-9:00 pm, meals served
Fri 12:30 pm-4:00 pm, Art and Games Day
Yonge Street Mission’s Evergreen Centre for Street Youth (youth 16-24)
381 Yonge Street
Mon-Fri 12:00 pm-5:00 pm