80 Years 1937-2017

Programs

Community Care

  • Seniors' Care and Wellness:
  • Active Living Centres
  • Assisted Living Services (PSW)
  • Caregiver Support
  • Community Dining
  • Enhanced / Adult Day Programs
  • Foot Care
  • Home Support
  • Home Maintenance
  • Health Promotion and Education (RPN)
  • In-Home Personal Care (PSW)
  • Intergenerational Teaching and Learning
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Respite Care (PSW)
  • Transportation
  • Visiting and Safety Services
  • Mental Health, Addictions and Developmental Services:
  • Adult Protective Services
  • Bereavement Support Group
  • Caregiver Support
  • Counseling and Support Services
  • Crisis Support and Assistance -Toronto Seniors Helpline, Seniors Crisis Services Initiative
  • Transitional Housing Program for men 55 years and older – First Step to Home
  • Parent Outreach Program
  • Psychogeriatric Services
  • Social Work
  • Supported Independent Living Services
  • Support Services, 841 Queen St. E. – Streets to Home
  • Walk-In Counselling Service

Housing and Homelessness Services

  • Affordable Housing Locations:
  • 570 Coxwell Avenue
  • 444 Logan Avenue
  • 55 Pape Avenue
  • 17 Renwick Crescent
  • 650 Queen Street East
  • 841 Queen Street East
  • 1070 Queen Street East
  • 490 Sherbourne Street
  • 137 Sears Street
  • 270 Donlands Avenue
  • 243 Cosburn Avenue
  • 1119 Gerrard Street East
  • Programs:
  • Comprehensive Housing Help
  • Emergency Rooming House Relocation Project
  • Food Programs
  • Lobby Drop-in Program/Social Recreational Group Programming
  • Rent Supplement Portable Pilot Project
  • Shared Care Clinical Outreach Services
  • Streets to Homes

Workforce Development

  • Locations:
  • 1080 Queen Street East
  • 1533 Victoria Park Avenue
  • 989 Danforth Avenue
  • Programs:
  • Boundless Possibilities for Women–Employment Workshops
  • Employment Ontario Services
  • Financial Literacy
  • Rites of Passage
  • Toronto Employment Social Services (TESS) Sector Specif ic Training and Employment Placement:
    • Office Supports (Computer Training)
    • Digital Media
  • Youth netWorks
  • Youth Jobs Link

Child Care & Family Services

  • Child Care Locations:
  • Bruce/WoodGreen Early Learning Centre
  • Debbie Yeung Child Care
  • Enderby Child Care
  • Leslieville Child Care
  • Morse Street Child Care
  • Riverdale Child Care
  • Woodf ield Child Care
  • Programs:
  • Special Needs Resource
  • RAC Camp – KinderRAC division
  • Pape House – After school and non-instructional day programs

Homeward Bound

  • Programs:
  • 2 Year College Diploma
  • 14 Week Internship
  • Academic Upgrading
  • After-School Extended Hours Child Care
  • Boundless Possibilities for Women
  • Child Care (if available)
  • Computer Training
  • Employment in F ield of Study
  • Financial Literacy
  • Housing
  • Psychotherapy
  • Skills Matter: Transition to Success
  • Tutoring for Children
  • Work Initiative Network

Newcomer Services

  • Programs:
  • All-level Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada with Free Care for Children
  • Bridging Programs for Internationally Trained Professionals
  • Chinese Workers Support Network
  • Community Connections Program
  • Homework, Arts, Sports and Cooking Clubs for Youth
  • H.O.M.E Portal
  • Housing Help for Syrian Refugees
  • Job Search and Job Retention Support
  • Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Newcomer Youth Soccer Program
  • Mentorship and Job Placement Support
  • Newcomer Social and Recreational Program
  • Newcomer Volunteer Program
  • Newcomer Youth Volunteering and Leadership Program
  • One-on-One Newcomer Settlement and Employment Counselling
  • Refugee Youth Program
  • Social Support and Leadership Development for Young Muslim Women
  • Services are offered in person, online and at satellite sites
  • Support for Private Sponsors of Syrian Refugees
  • Syrian Refugee Family Support Program
  • Workshops and Group Programs to provide orientation and to promote citizenship and employment

Strategy & Innovation

  • Accreditation
  • Commercial District Renewal (with Danforth East Community Association)
  • Community Hubs
  • ENRICHES Caregiver Support Initiative
  • Financial Empowerment Program
  • Homeward Bound Community Partnerships
  • Local Immigration Partnership
  • Outreach to Diverse and Vulnerable Seniors
  • Research & Public Policy
  • Urban Indigenous Homeward Bound Feasibility Project
  • Volunteer Services
  • Youth Transitioning Out of Care: Free 2 Be (Housing First for Youth Leaving Care)

Neighbourhood Programs

  • East York Rotary House Programs:
  • After School Social Recreational Program
  • Field Trips
  • Healthy Snacks/ Healthy Cooking
  • Homework Assistance
  • Leadership Training
  • March and Summer Break Programs