£0.000

Housing

Note: If you are in need of immediate housing please call 311  – shelter hotline and they will assist you.

360 KIDS

10415 Yonge St
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 0Z3
Tel: 905-475-6694
https://www.360kids.ca/

Offers a safe place for homeless youth and helps them overcome crisis and transition to a state of safety and stability. 360 KIDS also offers many programs and counselling opportunities for youth to help them rebuild their lives.

Hours: Weekdays 9am-5pm

Central Family Intake

A 24/7 telephone intake service for individuals and families in need of emergency shelter.  Counsellors assist callers to access emergency shelters, and provide eviction prevention and other services as needed. Please call the intake line 416-397-5637.

Central Intake

Tel: 311
Toll Free: 1-877-338-3398

Call if you need emergency shelter.

Street Helpline

Tel: 416-392-3777

Information and referral helpline for persons experiencing homelessness.

Youth Without Shelter

6 Warrendale Court
Toronto, ON M9V 1P9
Tel: 416-748-0110
Kipiling Ave & John Garland Blvd
http://www.yws.on.ca/

Emergency residence and referral agency serving homeless youth aged 16 to 24.

Covenant House

20 Gerrard St E,
Toronto, ON M5B 2K8
Tel: 416-598-4898
Toll Free: 1-800-435-7308
Yonge St & Gerrard St E
http://www.covenanthouse.ca/Public/Home.aspx

Horizons For Youth

422 Gilbert Ave
Toronto, ON M6E 4X3
Tel: 416-781-9898
Eglington Ave W & Caledonia Rd
http://www.horizonsforyouth.org/housing-program/

Horizons for Youth provides emergency accommodation for up to 35 youth each night. Our Residential Program ensures the basic needs of each youth are met by providing them with a bed to sleep in, 3 meals per day, clothing, personal hygiene products and services, and access to internet, computer, and television. All Staff operate from a Strengths Based Approach, implementing the Resiliency Model in every aspect of their work.

Turning Point Youth Services

95 Wellesley Street, East
Toronto, ON M4Y 2X9
Tel: 416-925-9250 x 241
Wellesley St E & Jarvis St
http://www.turningpoint.ca/

Provides emergency shelter for youth ages 16-24 years of age. This is a dormitory style shelter with 8-10 beds per room. The shelter is not highly structured and is flexible

Eligible: Males aged 16-24

Eva’s Initiatives

Tel: For employment & housing inquires – 416-364-4716 ext 236
E-mail: info@evas.ca
http://www.evasinitiatives.com/

Works with homeless and at risk youth ages 16-24 to get them off the streets permanently they operate 3 shelters in the greater Toronto area

Eva’s Place

Tel: 416-441-1414
Crisis Line: 416-441-4060
http://www.evasinitiatives.com/2011/10/04/evas-place/

Is a short term shelter facility for homeless youth ages 16-21. The shelter has a family reconnect program to help youth rebuild relationships with their families.

Eva’s Phoenix

Tel: 416-364-4716
http://www.evasinitiatives.com/2011/10/04/evas-phoenix/

Is a referral only transitional housing and training facility provides housing for youth ages 16-24 for up to a full year. The also offer employment and pre-apprenticeship for youth ages 16-29 and shared town house style units with access to common areas.

Eva’s Satellite

Tel: 416-229-1874
Crisis Line: 416-642-1534
http://www.evasinitiatives.com/2011/10/04/evas-satellite/

Toronto’s only harm reduction shelter for youth ages 16-24. They offer counseling psychiatric, withdrawal management and community support.

Second Base Youth Shelter

702 Kennedy Road,
Scarborough, ON M1K 2B5
Tel: 416-261-2733
Kennedy Rd & Eglington Ave E
http://www.secondbase.ca/

Provides temporary shelter for youth 16-21 years, open 24/7 – 365 days a year.

Toronto Housing Co.

176 Elm St
Toronto, ON M5T 2Z8
Tel: 416-397-7400
https://www.housingconnections.ca/

Housing search help for newcomers!

Open: Weekdays 8:30am – 4:30pm

Nellie’s Shelter

754 Queen St E,
Toronto, ON M4M 1H4
Tel: 416-461-7561
http://www.nellies.org/

Provide’s women and children with programs and services who have faced violence, poverty and homelessness.

Open: Weekdays 9am-5pm

Central Family Intake

A 24/7 telephone intake service for individuals and families in need of emergency shelter.  Counsellors assist callers to access emergency shelters, and provide eviction prevention and other services as needed. Please call the intake line 416-397-5637.

Central Intake

Tel: 311
Toll Free: 1-877-338-3398

Call if you need emergency shelter.

Street Helpline

Tel: 416-392-3777

Information and referral helpline for persons experiencing homelessness.

St. Stephen’s Community House Corner Drop-in and L.L. Odette Place

260 Augusta Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5T 3A9
Tel: 416- 964- 8747 ext. 266
Spadina Ave & College St
http://www.ststephenshouse.com/dropin.shtml

St. Stephen’s offers housing programs for men and women whom experience chronic homelessness from eviction related to mental illness. Supports range from helping tenants to find a doctor or psychiatrist; to escorting them to community activities; to teaching them to plan and prepare their own meals; to helping them work towards finding a job or getting involved in volunteer work.

Open: Mon- Fri 9:00 am- 5:00 pm

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Elisa House
Tel: 416-259-2528
http://www.svdptoronto.org/v2/elisa-house.html

Elisa house is a combination transitional housing program and emergency shelter for up to 38 women ages 18 and older-Service concentration is for women who have experienced or a dealing with addition, mental health, immigration issues, abuse and poverty.

Redwood Shelter

Tel: 416-533-9372
Crisis Line: 416-533-8538
http://www.theredwood.com/

Offers help to women and children so they may live free from domestic abuse. They provide safe and accessible services – from a secure home to counseling to legal support.

Dixon Hall

Out of the Cold
58 Sumach Street
Toronto, ON M5A 3J7
Tel:  416-699-OOTC
Queen St E & River St
http://www.ootc.ca/

Provides safe refuge, hospitality and emergency shelter to the homeless community throughout the City of Toronto.

Dixon Hall

Schoolhouse Shelter
349 George Street
Toronto, ON M5A 2N2
Tel: 416-960-9240
http://www.dixonhall.org/our-services/housing-homelesness/shelter/

Offers a  55-bed facility which provides shelter for men only.

Dixon Hall

Heyworth House
2714 Danforth Ave,
Toronto, ON M4C 1L7
Tel: 416-691-0012
Danforth Ave & Dawes Rd
http://www.dixonhall.org/our-services/housing-homelesness/shelter/

A 70 bed emergency shelter for men, women and couples.

Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter

Tel: 416-743-1733
Crisis Line: 416-746-3701
http://www.ernestines.ca/

Provides temporary emergency housing, crisis counseling and protection for women and children escaping from situations of emotional, psychological and physical abuse.

Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke

Office Tel: 416-252-7949
TTY: 416-252-5829
Crisis Line & Shelter: 416-252-0361
http://www.womens-habitat.ca/

To provide a safe refuge, counseling, support and advocacy for women and their children who are fleeing violence.

Seaton House

339 George Street,
Toronto, ON M5A 2N2
Tel: 416-392-5522 ext. 5527
George St & Gerrard St E
http://www.toronto.ca/housing/sock/seaton.htm

A homeless shelter for men.

Adam House

430 Gladstone Ave,
Toronto, ON M6H 3H9
Tel: 416-538-2836
Bloor St & Dufferin St
http://adamhouse.celect.org/home

Provides new refugee claimants with clean and safe living accommodations.

Fred Victor’s Women’s Hostel

67 Adelaide Street East
Toronto, ON M5C 1K6
Tel: 416-392-9292
Adelaide St & Church St
http://fredvictor.org/womens_hostel/  

A shelter for women who are facing eviction or fleeing domestic violence.

Fife House

490 Sherbourne Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M4X 1K9
Tel: 416-205-9888
Wellesley St E & Sherbourne St
http://www.fifehouse.org/

Fife House strives to provide secure and affordable supportive housing and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS.

Peel:

Interim Place
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 45070
Mississauga, ON L5G 1C9

Administrative Office
Telephone: (905) 403-9691
Fax: (905) 403-9808

Interim Place provides shelter, support, counselling and advocacy to help abused women and their children to break the cycle of violence. Place operates two emergency shelters for women and children who are leaving abuse. They also operate a Community Support and Outreach Program (CSO) for women in the community who have experienced violence. Interim Place is a community based feminist women’s organization committed to social justice and anti-oppression.

Street Haven at the Crossroads

87 Pembroke St
Toronto, ON M5A 2N9
Tel: 416-967-6060
http://www.streethaven.org/

Offers a variety of integrated services to women experiencing, or at risk of homelessness.

Arrabon House

29 Wilson Park Road,
Toronto, ON M6K 3B6
Tel: 416-536-7037
Roncesvalles Ave & King St W
http://www.arrabonhouse.org

Arrabon House is based in the Parkdale community and offers safe shelter, positive life skills, emotional support and an after care program to adolescent girls and young women.

Sancta Maria House

102 Bernard Ave,
Toronto ON, M5R 1R9
Tel: 416-925-7333
Bernard St and St. George St
Web information

Sancta Maria House is a housing program for young women 16-19 years of age. Eligibility for admission includes no history of violent behaviour, must work or attend school or rehabilitation program. Residence is free of cost with 1 year maximum stay (flexible). Quinn House is a transitional housing program offered for low- income women 18-22 years of age. Cost for rent is affordable geared to income with 1 year maximum stay (flexible).

Open: Mon- Fri 10:00 am- 4:00 pm

Youthlink

747 Warden Ave,
Toronto ON, M1L 4A8
Tel: 416-967-1773
Warden Ave & St. Clair Ave E
http://www.youthlink.ca/

Co-op housing for youth age 16-21. Home is shared with 3-4 people and rent is approximately 335 per month. There is a full time live-in mentor and youth worker who support your independent living. You are required to be in school or working during the day. There are 4 homes to choose from: Pape and Danforth, Birchmount and St. Clair, Runnymede and Annette and Queen and Parliament. For more information please contact Debbie MacArthur, Co-op Program Coordinator at 416-967-1773.

Sprott Walmer Residence YMCA Centre

21 Walmer Road
Toronto, ON
M5R 2W7
Tel: 647-438-8383

Sprott home is an affordable and supported housing program for young adults (16 to 24 years old). Residents are selected through a screening process and are supported by a team of YMCA staff. Call to check for availability.

Housing Connections

176 Elm St,
Toronto, ON  M5T 3M4
Tel: 416-981-6111
University Ave & Dundas St W
http://www.housingconnections.ca/

Free of Charge. Provides a one-stop housing solution for people looking for affordable housing in Toronto. Monthly workshops offered on the application process. Access to the central waiting list for approximately 70,000 subsided units in Toronto, you can apply for rent geared to income housing. This is a long term solution to housing due to housing list being extensive 2-10 year waiting list.

Loft Community Services

15 Toronto St, 9th Flr,
Toronto, ON, M5C 2C5
Tel: 416- 979- 1994
Yonge St & King St E
http://www.loftcs.org/

LOFT offers housing for persons with diagnosed mental health, addiction for persons who are in contact with the justice system.  The waiting list depends on the situation with the client.  If the client is at high risk of becoming homeless the waiting list is 1-3 months for a rooming house (shared room), 6 months for a shared accommodation and for a separate housing unit the wait list is between 1-3 years. For those who are not homeless these wait lists are between 3-7 years for private units.  This agency also offers homes for youth who require 24 hour staff support.

YWCA

1st Stop Woodlawn Residence
Intake Coordinator
Tel: 416-961-8100 ext 508
intakecoordinator@ywcatoronto.org
https://www.ywcatoronto.org/page.asp?l1=52&pid=147

Located in Rosedale, has 72 private private, furnished single or double rooms for women. There is shared washrooms, TV rooms, lounges and kitchens, 24-hour security, closed circuit cameras, complimentary breakfast, cooking facilities, refrigerated food lockers available for rent, coin operated laundry, sunny main floor common room, resource library with computers and books, cafeteria, vending machines, recreational activities and trips and there is a restriction on overnight guests. There is also dinner available for $10 for 5 dinners per week
Eligible: single women 16 years of age and older who want to an affordable, safe room in shared accommodation
Rent starts at $516 monthly for a regular single room (9×12) (heat and hydro included) and there are some rooms that are geared to income.

YWCA

Pape Avenue Apartments
Intake Coordinator
Tel: 416-961-8100 ext 508
intakecoordinator@ywcatoronto.org
https://www.ywcatoronto.org/page.asp?l1=52&pid=147

Offer a large 1, 2 and 3-bedroom unfurnished apartments with either a sunroom or balcony, secure building with closed circuit cameras, utilities included (heat and hydro), coin-operated laundry on-site, air conditioned units. parking available (additional cost), on-site playground and basketball court, community room

Eligible: Single women and women with children who are homeless or fleeing violence and women who are interested in contributing to community life.

Rent is geared to income

Note: They are currently only accepting internal applications from YWCA shelters. This includes YWCA Arise, Women’s Shelter, 1st Stop Woodlawn Shelter and Beatrice House.

YWCA

Humewood Apartments
Intake Coordinator
Tel: 416-961-8100 ext 508
intakecoordinator@ywcatoronto.org
http://www.ywcatoronto.org/page.asp?l1=52&pid=147

Offers unfurnished bedroom in shared accommodation. Double duplex building with four apartments, each with four bedrooms. Each apartment contains a shared kitchen, living room and bathroom, furnished common areas, limited parking on-site (additional cost)
coin operated laundry on-site, computer room, residents cook for themselves and share household chores, and there is a restriction on overnight guests,

Eligible: Single women 16 years of age and older who want to an affordable, safe room in shared accommodation in a cooperative living environment

Rent is geared to income (the amount of rent paid is determined by income)