PACE is a non-profit community support service organization providing support services to adults with disabilities, including multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, acquired brain injuries and Huntington disease. We offer services to clients across nine supportive housing program locations and at clients’ homes, schools and workplaces through our Attendant Outreach Program.
Nellie’s Shelter offers programs and services for women and children who have and are experiencing oppressions such as violence, poverty and homelessness. As a community-based feminist organization operating within an anti-racist, anti-oppression framework, we are committed to social change through education and advocacy to achieve social justice for all women and children.
WoodGreen is a social services agency serving 37,000 people each year. Together, we help people find safe, affordable housing; seniors live independently; internationally trained professionals enter the job market; parents access child care; children access after-school programs; newcomers settle into Canadian life; and youth find meaningful employment and mental health supports.
Home Instead offers medical and non-medical support for seniors, wherever they call home. Families leverage our services to provide bedside support in hospital, to augment care in long-term or retirement home settings and to provide respite for the family caregiver in the traditional home environment.
Health Access Thorncliffe Park supports your physical health and emotional and social well-being, and connects you to any services or supports you may need. Our services are free and open to all residents living in the M4H postal code, with or without a health card. Language and interpretation services are available.
Good Shepherd Non Profit Homes provides permanent supportive housing, congregate living group homes and community-based programs to individuals living with mental health- and substance use-related needs. We help people with a history of or who are at risk of homelessness so they can maintain permanent housing and increase their quality of life.
Flemingdon Health Centre provides free comprehensive health services, programs and support to improve the well-being of everyone in our communities. With a vision of strong, healthy communities, our values are in health equity, accountability and transparency, inclusion, excellence, community engagement and collaboration and partnerships.
Elizabeth Fry Toronto works with women and non-binary people to create meaningful change in their lives and help them avoid conflict with the law. We offer gender-based, trauma-informed services, advocate for alternatives to the criminal justice system and raise awareness about systemic oppressions that put women and non-binary people in conflict with the law.
East York Meals on Wheels is a not-for-profit community service agency that delivers great tasting, balanced, nutritious meals through the help of dedicated volunteers. In addition, we offer other services to enhance the well-being of our community, such as congregate dining, telephone reassurance calls, foot care and counselling services.
East End Community Health Centre provides primary care, health promotion and disease prevention services to the southeastern quadrant of central Toronto. We focus on the whole person in our approach and recognize that factors such as income, education, relationships and housing play a key role in physical and mental health.