To Serve and Protect
provides prehospital emergency and non-emergency care and transportation for individuals experiencing injury or illness.
At WoodGreen, we believe that everyone should have access to the essentials of life whether that means a roof over their head, a stable job or child care they can trust. Every year, we support more than 37,000 individuals and families to become more self-sufficient and to help them live independently within their own communities.
PARC is a non-profit, joint project of the Children's Aid Society of Toronto, the Catholic Children's Aid Society and Jewish Family and Child Services. Our mandate is to assist youth who are presently or have been in the care of any of these agencies.
The Toronto Disaster Relief Committee (TDRC) is a group of social policy, health care and housing experts, academics, business people, community health workers, social workers, AIDS activists, anti-poverty activists, people with homelessness experience, and members of the faith community. We provide advocacy on housing and homelessness issues. We declare homelessness as a national disaster, and demand that Canada end homelessness by implementing a fully-funded National Housing Program through the One Percent Solution.
A community project to provide free Internet access, Web space, and technical support to non-profits, charities, and community organizations.
Eva's Initiatives works with homeless and at-risk youth ages 16 to 24 to get them off the streets permanently. We operate three shelters in the Greater Toronto Area that house 122 youth each night. Our shelters provide homeless youth with emergency and transitional housing, harm reduction services to address drug and alcohol use, counselling, employment and training programs, housing support and services to reconnect youth with their families. Each year we help over 2,300 homeless and at-risk youth to get off the street, find housing and community supports, and begin to rebuild their futures.
Founded in 1982 by a community group led by Cardinal Gerald Emmett Carter, Covenant House Toronto now provides a comprehensive range of services to meet the increasingly complex needs of homeless youth. In 1997, a second Canadian site opened in Vancouver.
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