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Resources for support:

Evergreen Youth Drop-in Centre

The Evergreen Ministry: An important downtown facility for homeless youth, Evergreen provides refuge from the streets and allows young people an opportunity for self-improvement through various programs and services. The drop-in centre offers hot meals and snacks, referral and advocacy, informal counselling, telephone access and games and recreation. Health care provided includes health promotion and education, foot care clinics, pre- and post-natal care, and on-site doctors, nurses, dentists, hygienists and opthamologists. The Evergreen job and lifeskills training offers opportunities in chef, clerical and custodial training, back-to-school correspondence and co-op programs, literacy and computer training, anger management, drug and alcohol awareness groups, student internships, placements and volunteering.

HOURS: Mon -Fri 9:00am- 5:00am

Location: 381 Yonge St.
at: Gerrard St. Toronto
phone: (416) 929-9616

Fred Victor Centre

Making a Difference for Women… During the past few years, a growing number of women have turned to Fred Victor Centre for shelter and support; women living in poverty, or who are homeless and living on the streets of Toronto. Fred Victor Centre is committed to providing women a safe and welcoming environment through a number of programs and facilities.


Fred Victor Centre's Women's Day Program works in partnership with other community agencies in the Adelaide Resource Centre for Women to provide a continuum of services for women who are homeless, low-income, and socially isolated. The Day program is a safe and welcoming place for women to begin to meet their emotional and practical needs. The Day program provides services that address poverty and homelessness, social isolation, substance use and mental health issues. By creating opportunities for choice, women are empowered to improve the quality of their lives. Basic services provided include: Informal counseling, Information and referrals, Breakfast and snack program, Nutritious lunch, Clothing room, Shower and laundry facilities, Living/life skills support, Public health immunization clinics and workshops, Arts and crafts.

Location: 67 Adelaide Street East
Toronto, Ontario

Phone: (416) 392-9292
fax: (416) 492-9575


Sistering is a women’s organization that offers practical and emotional support through programs which enable them to take greater control over their lives. Guided by the principles of Anti-Racism/Anti-Oppression, Sistering works to change social conditions which endanger women’s welfare.

In fulfilling our Mission and defining our understanding of feminist principles, we are guided by the following beliefs and values:

o in the dignity, uniqueness and equality of each woman
o that social and economic inequalities exist that are based on gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, culture, religious and spiritual beliefs, and health status. We believe that the unfair treatment of any woman affects the lives of all women
o that through advocacy we can change the conditions that harm women
o that women are strengthened in an accepting and caring place where basic needs can be met. We try to provide a safe and nonjudgemental environment where confidentiality is respected
o that each woman is capable of making decisions about her life and that by sharing information women can help each other and themselves
o that the needs, interests, and creativity of participants should direct our programs and advocacy efforts
o in being an open and collaborative organization that values the participation and contribution of each woman at Sistering
o the unique friendship, caring and respect that women can give to each other
o programs, advocacy and administration which are proactive and innovative and which are committed to supporting women in achieving their goals
o being an agency which is based in, listens to, and responds to our diverse communities

Location: 962 Bloor St West Toronto ON
Phone: 416-926-1946
Hours: Monday 11:30am – 3:00pm;
Tuesday-Sunday 9:30am – 3:00pm
(Closed: statutory holidays, once per month for meetings. Call for details)

All Saints Church (NightTime) Women's Drop In
Tuesdays from 11pm - 2am
(hours may change to 2am - 6am in the new year but this isn't for sure yet)

This drop-in offers sex workers a chance to connect with a Special Victims Unit officer, have a snack, get harm reduction supplies, clothing and counselling.
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