Housing Supports


Central Intake

Central Intake is a City-operated, 24/7 telephone-based service that offers referrals to emergency shelter and other overnight accommodation, as well as information about other homelessness services. Shelters in Toronto can only be accessed via Central Intake.

100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Bay & Richmond


Covenant House

Covenant House is the largest agency in Canada serving youth who are homeless, trafficked or at risk.

20 Gerrard Street East Toronto, ON M5B 2P3
Gerrard & Yonge



Strides Toronto provides a wide range of exceptional programs and services to help our clients and their families achieve their personal best.

1200 Markham Road, Suite 200, Scarborough, ON M1H 3C3
Markham & Ellesmere


LOFT Community Services

LOFT provides mental health services, addictions support, and supportive housing for youth, adults, and seniors in Ontario.

15 Toronto St 9th Floor Toronto ON M5C 2E3
Adelaide & Church


Native Child & Family Services

Youth can accesstransitional housing support through the Native Youth Resource Centre.

30 College Street, Toronto ON, M56 1K2
Yonge & College


Ontario Native Women’s Association

This program supports Indigenous youth (ages16 to 24) in their transition from the child welfare system. Youth in Transition Workers (YITW) assist youth in navigating systems, creating community connections, and accessing independent housing.

67 Yonge St #808, Toronto, ON M5E 1J8
Yonge & King


Delta Family Resource Centre

Delta Family Resource Centre is a community organization with a wide range of programs serving priority neighborhoods in Northwest Toronto.

21 Panorama Court Etobicoke, ON M9V 3S6
Finch & Kipling


Sherbourne Health

Supporting our Youth addresses 2SLGBTQ+ youth homelessness through stable housing, a connection to community, and one-on-one support. They provide rent-geard-to-income units of housing to youth 27 years old and under, as well as support with navigating income, education, employment, immigration, and health and wellness.

333 Sherbourne Street, 2nd Floor Toronto, ON M5A 2S5
Sherbourne & Gerrard


Pape Adolescent Resource Centre (PARC)

The Pape Adolescent Resource Centre (PARC) provides programming, supports and access to resources to assist youth ages 16-29 years of age transitioning to independent living.

469 Pape Avenue M4K 3P9 Toronto, ON, Canada
Pape & Riverdale