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Low-Income Support Services - Toronto Central

Programs that assist formerly homeless or low-income people with various services to become self-sufficient. Includes information, advocacy, forms filling, referrals, income tax clinics, ID clinics and coordinating other services. Can include limited financial assistance, settlement services, housing services and employment services as part of the support assistance.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services - AccessPoint on Danforth (APOD) - Community Resource Centre (CRC)  
3079 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON  M1L 1A8
416-693-8677 Add to Clipboard
Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services - Neighbourhood Centre  
Secord Community Centre, 91 Barrington Ave, Toronto, ON  M4C 4Y9
416-698-1626 Add to Clipboard
Attwell Employment and Social Services - Etobicoke North  
220 Attwell Rd, Unit 4, Etobicoke, ON  M9W 6T9
General Inquiry: 416-392-6400
Ontario Works Application: 416-392-6405
Empolyment Centre: 416-392-6402
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Parkdale Intercultural Association - Secondary Location  
1365 Queen St W, Toronto, ON  M6K 1M1
416-536-1783 Add to Clipboard
Rexdale Community Legal Clinic  
Rexdale Community Hub, 21 Panorama Court, Suite 24, Etobicoke, ON  M9V 4E3
416-741-5201 Add to Clipboard
Thistletown Food Bank  
248 Jamestown Cres, Etobicoke, ON  M9V 3M8
416-745-2822 Add to Clipboard
Unison Health and Community Services - Keele-Rogers - Community Health Centre - Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP) Clinic  
1651 Keele St, Toronto, ON  M6M 3W2
416-653-5400 ext 1375 Add to Clipboard
Warden Woods Community Centre - Homelessness and Eviction Prevention Programme  
74 Firvalley Court, Toronto, ON  M1L 1N9
416-694-1138 ext 131 Add to Clipboard


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