Native Child and Family Services of Toronto strives to provide a life of quality, well-being, caring and healing for children and families in the Toronto Native Community. We do this by creating a service model that is culture-based and respects the values of Native people, the extended family and the right to self-determination.
Kennedy House offers support and care to children, youth and families in need. Our services include residential programs, developmental services, shelter services and after-school programs. Our knowledgeable, professional staff are devoted to the principles of child welfare: respect, responsible care and integrity in relationships, all delivered in controlled and safe environments.
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.
Cota is an accredited, not-for-profit, community-based organization which supports adults with mental health and cognitive challenges to live well within their communities. We provide person-centred supports that assist individuals to find inspiration and hope in their inherent strengths and support them to pursue meaningful change in their lives, as they define it.
SurexCARE provides community support services and residential long-term care to adults with a developmental disability and dual diagnosis (developmental and behavioural problems). It operates 11 residential homes and offers adult day programming, including recreational activities, educational training, social and life skills development, emotional support and community events.
Oakdale Child and Family Service provides long- and short-term care in residential program facilities registered under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act. We support clients with Autism Spectrum disorder, intellectual disability and dual diagnosis. Our emphasis is on evidence-based treatment. We stress the training of functional skills which can be generalized to the home and community settings.
L’Arche Toronto offers community homes and two daytime programs for people with intellectual disabilities: Sol Express is a creative and performance arts program and TIFS is an intensive life skills program. We provide opportunities for members to discover their gifts and develop skills with a focus on inclusion and community building.
Community Living Toronto has been a source of support for people with an intellectual disability and their families since 1948. We offer a wide range of services including respite, person-directed planning, employment supports, residential programs and community-based activities. We are proud to support over 4,000 individuals and their families across Toronto.
Bellwoods is a charitable, not-for-profit organization providing community-based, client-directed support services for the physically disabled; client- and family-centred care; independent living education programs; and accessible, affordable housing. Services are provided to individuals 16 years of age or older with physical support needs, seniors, and those at risk of homelessness.
Pegasus is a grassroots organization founded in 1994 to address a community need — adults with developmental disabilities who were finishing school had few options for continuing to learn and to adopt adult roles in their community. We are driven by the philosophy that all citizens are entitled to the opportunity to participate in their community.