Partners

Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre (PARC) imagines a world where extreme poverty no longer exists; where everyone lives with dignity, safety and enough resources where people can achieve their potential.
The Gerstein Crises Centre is  an accessible source of support and recovery for individuals experiencing mental health crisis; to work collaboratively with partners to create improved access to services and to promote wellness, recovery and strong consumer survivor networks.
Habitat Services’ mission is to strives to improve the quality of housing for tenants marginalized by poverty and their mental health status by contracting with landlords and providing recovery based support.
The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the LGBTQ community. A City of Toronto agency with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, we strive to make a real difference in people’s lives, while working to promote inclusion, understanding and respect.
Fred Victor provides responsive, accessible and innovative housing and services for people who are experiencing homelessness and poverty, and to advocate for a more equitable society.

 Change Toronto

 Change Toronto is a network of front-line workers from homelessness and poverty organizations and the social service sector, people with lived experience of homelessness, businesses and government officials working together to find innovative and collaborative approaches to addressing homelessness in Toronto.
   WomanACT is a council of organizations dedicated to addressing Violence Against Women and children by promoting a Toronto-wide integrated, coordinated response through leadership, education and community mobilization.
   We envision communities who foster networks which support and strengthen families through the fair and equal creation, distribution and provision of resources, services and opportunities for all; and through the implementation of feminist, human rights, harm reduction, anti-oppressive and transformative justice principles into all aspects and at every stage of life.
 Sistering’s Drop Ins provide basic services to women who are homeless, underhoused, low income or marginalized and are looking for a safe and welcoming place to go during the day. In a welcoming, non-judgmental environment women can access much-needed supports. Sistering serves a racially, culturally and linguistically diverse population in a positive environment through shared commitment to principles of equity and access.
The Toronto Drop-In Network (TDIN) is an active coalition of over 50 drop-in centres throughout the City of Toronto that works with people who are homeless, marginally housed or socially isolated. Our Network includes drop-ins of all sizes and with a diversity philosophies that serve men, women, transgender people, youth, seniors and families.