Child & Family Services

Creating Together Family Resource Centre Parkdale

1497 Queen St W, Toronto

P: 416-537-1004

E: together@look.ca

W: Visit Website

Parent and caregiver workshops and drop in centre.

More Than Child's Play Family Resource Centre

Mazaryk Cowan Community Centre
2nd fl 220 Cowan Ave, Toronto M6K 2N6

P: 416-516-3917

W: Visit Website

Family Resource Centre and family support programs.

http://morethanchildsplay.org/

More Than Child’s Play Family Resource Centre

Mazaryk Cowan Community Centre
2nd fl 220 Cowan Ave, Toronto M6K 2N6

P: 416-516-3917

W: Visit Website

Family Resource Centre and family support programs.

http://morethanchildsplay.org/

My School Co-operative Nursery

116 Fermanagh Avenue, north building, basement
Mailing address: 365 Roncesvalles Ave. Unit 164, Toronto, Ont., M6R 2M8

P: 416-516-2397

W: Visit Website

My School is a co-operative nursery school that has been operating in the Roncesvalles area of Toronto since 1982. The aim of My School is to offer 2-1/2 to 5-year-olds a warm and stimulating setting in which he or she will gradually become more independent and self-confident. Your child will develop friendships and will learn to socialize in a way that should make the transition to kindergarten quite easy.

Parkdale Beach Childcare Centre

Queen Victoria Junior School
100 Close Ave, Toronto M6K 2V3

P: 416-530-0683

Licensed child care centre.

Parkdale Parents Primary Prevention Project

Women’s Connection Program
27 Roncesvalles Ave; Suites 301 & 503
Toronto, ON M6R 3B2
(In the Sunnyside Medical Arts Building, just north of Roncesvalles & Queen)

P: (416) 537-8222 x 502 or 505

E: 5ps@pchc.on.ca

Playroom, free on site child care for children birth-7 years, Parent Relief Program, respite child care for stressed parents/caregivers of children birth-5 years living in Parkdale Parkdale Parent-Child Resource Lending Library, Programs for pregnant and postnatal women living in Parkdale.

Community Centres

Holy Family Community Centre

141 Close Avenue

P: 416 392-6695

Facilities include Multipurpose rooms and a gymnasium. Programs are offered in Arts, General Interest, Sports and Youth Leadership.

Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre

220 Cowan Avenue

P: 416-392-6928

Facilities include a gymnasium and a weights room. Programs are offered to individuals from preschool through seniors and include Arts, Fitness, General Interest, Sports and Youth Leadership.

Parkdale Recreation Community Centre

75 Lansdowne Avenue

P: 416-392-6696

Facilities include a swimming pool, Multipurpose rooms and a gymnasium. Programs offered include Arts, Camps, General Interest, Sports and Youth Leadership.

Health Services

Ambulatory Care Centre of St. Joseph's Health Centre

30 The Queensway

P: 416-530-6043

E: http://www.stjoe.on.ca/programs/medicine/care_centre.php

Offers assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment and therapy for patients and members of the community, including low cost dental services to low/no income adults offered.

Ambulatory Care Centre of St. Joseph’s Health Centre

30 The Queensway

P: 416-530-6043

E: http://www.stjoe.on.ca/programs/medicine/care_centre.php

Offers assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment and therapy for patients and members of the community, including low cost dental services to low/no income adults offered.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

1451 Queen Street West

P: 416-535-8501 ext 2069

W: Visit Website

Provides a range of addiction and mental health services for youth and adults.

Four Villages Community Health Centre

1700 Bloor Street West

P: 416-604-3361

W: Visit Website

Free services and programs in 18 languages include treatment of acute illnesses and chronic conditions, mental health counselling, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, care and support for healthy children and adults, diabetes management and support nutrition counselling and education.

http://www.4villageschc.ca/

Parkdale Community Health Centre

1229 Queen St W, Toronto M6K 1L2

P: 416-537-2455

W: Visit Website

Provides a range of health services including appointments for routine medical care, diagnosis and treatment of chronic illnesses, counselling, case management, health promotion group activities on topics related to parenting, diabetes, smoking cessation, and addictions, etc., foot care, wound care, home visits for housebound seniors with disabilities, and much more. Outreach programs include counselling, community kitchen, social recreational programs, etc.

No Ontario Health Insurance required.

St Joseph's Health Centre

30 The Queensway

P: 416-530-6000

W: Visit Website

Provides acute care, community teaching hospital providing primary, secondary and selected tertiary level programs, including a psychiatric unit.

St Joseph’s Health Centre

30 The Queensway

P: 416-530-6000

W: Visit Website

Provides acute care, community teaching hospital providing primary, secondary and selected tertiary level programs, including a psychiatric unit.

St. Joseph's After Hours Clinic

P: 416-530-6377

The After Hours Clinic is a group of well-established family physicians from the community. The Department of Family Medicine at SJHC has opened an after hours clinic to serve the needs of the community and to provide you with medical care during the hours that your regular doctor is not available.

The clinic is open from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on weekdays,
and from 12 noon to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

St. Joseph’s After Hours Clinic

P: 416-530-6377

The After Hours Clinic is a group of well-established family physicians from the community. The Department of Family Medicine at SJHC has opened an after hours clinic to serve the needs of the community and to provide you with medical care during the hours that your regular doctor is not available.

The clinic is open from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on weekdays,
and from 12 noon to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Toronto Health Connection

P: 416-338-7600

Free telephone intake line. Provides information and access to all Toronto Public Health programs and services. Free, confidential health information and advice is available from a Public Health professional. Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30PM, TTY and translation services are available.

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute: The Bickle Centre

130 Dunn Avenue

P: 416-597-3422 ext 2000

W: Visit Website

Provides complex and continuing care as well as long term palliative care.

Housing

Ecuhome

Central Administration Office, 73 Simcoe St, Ste 308, Toronto

P: 416-593-9313

Permanent shared housing in the City of Toronto for single adults on low or fixed income* apartment building and family accommodation in Parkdale.

Habitat Services

2238 Dundas Street West, Suite 301

P: 416-537-2721

F: (416) 537-2894

E: info@habitatservices.org

W: Visit Website

Matches potential tenants to contracted homes. Provides subsidies to qualified owners/operators of homes, in exchange for meeting established standards.

Housing Connections

176 Elm St.

P: 416-981-6111

W: Visit Website

Housing Connections is the point of access to apply for rent-geared-to-income housing in Toronto. We determine eligibility and maintain a centralized waiting list for all rent-geared-to-income housing in the city.

Housing Connections also manages the Rent Supplement Program.

LOFT Community Services

205 Richmond Street West, Suite 301

P: 416-979-1994

E: info@loftcs.org

W: Visit Website

Residential program – focus on developing skills for independent living; Long term supportive housing services.

Start 103 Non Profit Homes

15 Tyndall Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 2E8

P: 416-588-4706

Shared accommodation in houses in Parkdale.

Toronto Community Housing Corporation

Community Housing Unit 9
931 Yonge Street.
Toronto, ON M5T 3M4

P: 416-981-5500

E: help@torontohousing.ca

W: Visit Website

Toronto Community Housing is the largest social housing provider in Canada and the second largest in North America. It is home to about 164,000 low and moderate-income tenants in 58,500 households, including seniors, families, singles, refugees, recent immigrants to Canada and people with special needs.

The mandate of Toronto Community Housing is to provide quality housing for low and moderate income households and to create community conditions that minimize risk and promote resiliency.

Information & Capacity Building

JobStart

219 Dufferin St. - King & Dufferin (South of King)
Building 201, Suite 1C, Toronto, ON M6K 3J1

P: 416-231-2295

F: 416-253-2728

W: Visit Website

JobStart is a community based, not-for-profit agency helping experienced workers, newcomers to Canada and youth overcome challenges in order to reach their employment goals.

Opportunity for Advancement

1095 Queen St. West

P: 416-787-1481

E: info@ofacan.com

W: Visit Website

Groups, programs and resources for women with low incomes and living in stressful or abusive situations.

Parkdale Community Information Centre

1303 Queen Street West

P: 416-393-7689

W: Visit Website

The Centre helps people living in Parkdale to access community and government resources and services. Internet and telephone access is provided.

Parkdale Project Read

160A Springhurst Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1C2

P: 416-531-6308

W: Visit Website

Parkdale Project Read is a non-profit, community literacy program that operates an adult learning centre in the Parkdale community.

The Friendly Spike Theatre Band

2466 Dundas Street West - Studio 210

P: 416-516-4740

E: friendlyspikeSPAMFILTER@globalserve.net

W: Visit Website

An artist run community based theater that works with Psychiatric Survivors and people with disabilities for individual empowerment and social justice using theater as both stage and tool.

Libraries

High Park Library

228 Roncesvalles Avenue

P: 416-393-7671

Facilities include internet access and word-processing stations and programs for children, teens and adults. Toronto Public Libraries have regular programs for children, youth and adults. For more information regarding programs that are offered throughout the school, call the library closest to you or visit www.torontopubliclibrary.ca.

Parkdale Public Library

1303 Queen Street, West

P: 416-393-7686

Multicultural & Community Services

402 Parkdale Community Bus

P: 416-393-INFO (4636)

The Parkdale Accessible Community Bus provides fully accessible service along a designated route in the Bloor/Lansdowne/Queen area.  There’s plenty of room for customers using wheelchairs, scooters, strollers, bundle buggies and people using crutches or canes.

This service is provided at the cost of one TTC ticket/token/metropass; transfers accepted.

Please call 416-393-INFO (4636) for information & fares.

CultureLink

2340 Dundas Street West, Suite 301

P: 416-588-6288

W: Visit Website

Provides programs which assist newcomers to settle in Toronto. Services include settlement counselling, information, referrals, orientation and support in settlement related matters including assistance for students in school and job search.

Daily Bread Food Bank

P: 416-203-0050

W: Visit Website

To access food please call 416-203-0050 and Daily Bread will refer you to the Neighbourhood Food Bank in your area. For referrals and information on other programs and income supports call our Advocacy Information Line at 416-203-0050 ext. 261.

http://www.dailybread.ca/

Elderly Vietnamese Association Toronto

2001 Dundas Street West

P: 416-588-8532

Offers social and recreational programs.

Kababayan Community Centre

1313 Queen Street West Suite 133

P: (416) 532-3888

E: office@kababayan.org

W: Visit Website

Provides a wide range of services to the Filipino community, including referral to health, housing, legal services, information re: OHIP, Child Tax Benefit, SIN, Student Loans / college and university registration requirements, access to computer, fax, copier and internet, youth, women/family, seniors educational and cultural activities, study group program / tutorial for grades 7-12 students and more.

Kosova Community and Information Centre

3416 Dundas Street West, Suite 202

P: 416-760-0172

E: kosova99@canada.com

This community centre provides settlement services for the Kosova community.

Parkdale Community Food Bank

1316 King St. W.

P: 416-532-2375

W: Visit Website

Parkdale Intercultural Association

1257 & 1205 Queen StreetWest

P: 416-536-4420 & 416-536-1783

W: Visit Website

This organization provides settlement programs and services to refugees and new immigrants, and engages in a community development process to nurture a healthy, equitable and sustainable community that builds on the rich diversity of Parkdale.

Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services

15 Roncesvalles Avenue, Suite 202

P: 416-533-9471

W: Visit Website

This organization provides settlement services and language instruction for newcomers.

Portuguese Interagency Network

85 Glendale Ave #200

P: 416-530-6608

Provides assistance to the members of the Portuguese community to access services and supports.

Sistering-A woman's place

At Masaryk Cowan Community Centre 220 Cowan Avenue

P: 416-588-3939

W: Visit Website

This organization provides social/recreational day programs for women who are socially isolated and/or living in poverty and in the Parkdale area. Information and referral to housing and housing workers, education classes, health care, therapists, legal services, practical help, and transportation services are also provided.

Sistering-A woman’s place

At Masaryk Cowan Community Centre 220 Cowan Avenue

P: 416-588-3939

W: Visit Website

This organization provides social/recreational day programs for women who are socially isolated and/or living in poverty and in the Parkdale area. Information and referral to housing and housing workers, education classes, health care, therapists, legal services, practical help, and transportation services are also provided.

Somali Family and Child Skills Development Services

2192 Dundas Street West

P: 416-491-8922

Early Years Centres provide early learning and literacy programs for parents and children. Programs to help parents and caregivers in all aspects of early child development. Programs on pregnancy and parenting.

South Asian Women's Centre

800 Lansdowne Avenue

P: 416-537-2276

W: Visit Website

This organization offers settlement services, information and referral, translation and interpretation, advocacy, guidance related to family violence, social assistance, crisis intervention, immigration, citizenship, health education and promotion, and wellness support groups for Bengali, Gujurati, Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil women, seniors group for all South Asian women, youth group for girls, homework club for children, tutoring for grades 3-9, and much more.

South Asian Women’s Centre

800 Lansdowne Avenue

P: 416-537-2276

W: Visit Website

This organization offers settlement services, information and referral, translation and interpretation, advocacy, guidance related to family violence, social assistance, crisis intervention, immigration, citizenship, health education and promotion, and wellness support groups for Bengali, Gujurati, Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil women, seniors group for all South Asian women, youth group for girls, homework club for children, tutoring for grades 3-9, and much more.

The Canadian Tibetan Association of Ontario

160 Springhurst Ave, Suite # 201

P: 416-410-5606

W: Visit Website

This organization promotes cross cultural understanding and friendships through education and awareness projects; networking to build friendships; shared community ethnic/heritage events and festivals; and participation with other ethnic groups in recreation and sporting activities.

Ukranian Canadian Social Services

2445 Bloor Street West

P: 416-763-4982

W: Visit Website

This organization provides culturally and linguistically sensitive social support services, and social and recreational group programs for seniors, newcomers, adults and youth.

Outreach Services

Capuchin Outreach (St. Francis Table and St Clare Centre)

1322 Queen Street West

P: 416-532-4172

W: Visit Website

St. Francis Table is a restaurant providing community and low-cost lunch and dinner in a dignified manner to those in need.

High Park Baptist Church Outreach Ministries

9 Hewitt Avenue

P: 416-534-4225

E: highpark@pathcom.com

Food and clothing bank, Tuesday 10:00-3:00.

King-Dunn Community Ministry

Emmanuel-Howard Park United Church
214 Wright Avenue

P: 416-538-3461

W: Visit Website

Poverty awareness education, food project, community garden, community kitchen, groups for individuals with mental health issues, and others arranged on request.

Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre (PARC)

1499 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, M6R 1A3

P: 416-537-2262

W: Visit Website

PARC Drop-In Program
Ccommunity centre emphasizing peer support networks *emergency medical and housing referrals * crisis intervention.

PARC Outreach Program (POP)
Range of support and services to enhance access for consumers/survivors to housing, health care and other community resources.

PARC Healing Centre
Primary health care support for high need persons provided by nurse practitioner and community support staff.

PARC Housing
Permanent supportive housing for psychiatric survivors who have experienced homelessness *10 units.

PARC Employment
Employment program in partnership with Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses.

Office: 416-537-2262
Administration:
416-537-2591
Drop-In: 416- 588-0173

Parkdale Community Legal Services

1266 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 1L3

P: 416-531-2411

W: Visit Website

Parkdale Community Legal Services is a community legal clinic located on Queen Street in the west end of Toronto. We provide free legal advice, assistance and representation to low income residents living in the Parkdale and Swansea area.

St. Christopher House – Parkdale Focus

20 West Lodge, Unit 126
1447 King West (Parkdale Focus)
1497 Queen Street West, Suite 103

W: Visit Website

The Parkdale FOCUS Community builds on existing health promotion, prevention, and early intervention programs with the support of many community players in order to reduce alcohol and other drug misuse in this part of Toronto.

It aims to empower its residents and ensure community participation in youth programs; Drug Awareness Week;outreach to high-risk groups; and educational workshops.

Supportive Housing

Loyola Arrupe Centre for Seniors

1709 Bloor St W

P: 416-766-7977

E: loyolaarrupe@hotmail.com

W: Visit Website

Loyola Arrupe is a seniors complex located in west-end Toronto. It houses two residences for seniors (Loyola Arrupe Phase I & II) as well as the Loyola Arrupe Centre for Seniors, which has many programs for people aged 55 years and older. It is a warm and welcoming place, and actively encourages community participation.

Romero House

1558 Bloor Street West

P: 416-763-1303

W: Visit Website

Supportive transitional accommodation and refugee help services.

Salvation Army Services to Seniors

P: 416-763-1021

W: Visit Website

Social, recreation and education programs.

St Christopher House

P: 416-575-4673

W: Visit Website

Snacks, coffee, haircuts, recycled clothing, information and referral.
Phone: 416-575-4673

Drug and alcohol prevention programs, especially for persons belonging to vulnerable groups, such as youth, single mothers, homeless or underhoused people. Family programs and Community Parents Outreach Program (CPOP) — for young, single, low income or immigrant mothers and their families.
Phone: 416-536-1234