Rosalie Hall 


3020 Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario,M1P 2T7  

Lawrence & Brimley 

Tel: (416) 438-6880

Rosalie Hall is an accredited client-centred infant and early childhood mental health organization which supports pregnant and parenting adolescents, aged 12-25, their children, and their families. Rosalie Hall provides outreach, youth engagement, counselling and care and treatment services for children and youth with comprehensive supports for young parents and their children. Our counselling and therapy services include community counsellors and the Community Care and Treatment Team with outreach to Young Parent Centres across Toronto.  


Jessie’s Centre 

205 Parliament St.
Toronto ON M5A 2Z4 

Parliament & Shutter 


jessiescentre.orgmailto:[email protected] 


Jessie’s – The June Callwood Centre for Young Women is a drop-in multi-service resource centre dedicated to supporting pregnant and parenting individuals who are 21 years old or under at intake. Our centre provides services to these young women and their children until they reach the age of 24.

EarlyON Child and Family Centres 

5050 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M2N 5N8 

Yonge & Sheppard 

Tel: 416-397-3000 


Our Early Years support includes EarlyON Child and Family Centres, Child Care, Before- and After-School Programs and Kindergarten. Together, these programs provide a number of ways to enhance your child’s educational experience. 


Breastfeeding Support and Clinics  


2340 Dundas St W  

Toronto ON M6P 4A9 

Bloor & Parkdale 

Tel: 416-338-7600 


Toronto Public Health offers free breastfeeding support through telephone and face to face contact, breastfeeding clinics and support groups. A Public Health Nurse can respond to your breastfeeding questions and concerns. Breastfeeding clinics offer individual consultations by health care professionals. At the clinic, families can have their baby weighed and their breastfeeding concerns addressed. 


Family Service Toronto 


355 Church St 

Toronto ON 

Gerrard & Jarvis 

Tel: 416-595-9618 


Works to help individuals destabilized by various conditions such as socio-economic circumstances or mental health achieve greater resilience and stability within their community. Family Service Toronto also offers free workshops regarding parenting, caregivers, etc. 


Albiona Centre 


1102 Broadview Ave 

Toronto ON M4K 2S5 

Broadview & Mortimer
Tel: 416-425-6348 


Abiona Centre* is a client-centered infant and early childhood mental health organization which supports pregnant and parenting adolescents, aged 13-25 and their babies who reside at the Centre or in the community. 

Access for Parents and Children in Ontario 


100 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite #504
North York, Ontario, M2N 6N5 

Sheppard & Yonge
Tel: 416-304-1221 

When parents separate, visits for the child with the parent (or a relative) who doesn’t have custody may present difficulties. Access for Parents and Children in Ontario (APCO) supervises visits by non-custodial parents (or other relatives) and supervises exchanges; that is, when one parent (or caregiver) drops off a child and the other picks up the child. Supervised visits may reduce the stress a child experiences, by providing a neutral conflict-free atmosphere where parent and child can have constructive contact.

Yorktown Family Services 


2010 Eglinton Ave W 

Toronto ON ME 2K3 

Warden & Eglinton
Tel: 416-394-2424 


Yorktown offers free parenting classes for all parent ages. Yorktown often provides childcare during these parenting classes. One of their parenting classes is called Parenting Wisely parenting Group which is for parents of children 7 years and older. Yorktown also offers parenting classes for under age 7 and offers a program for parents and teenagers- supporting this relationship. 


VHA Home Health Care 


30 Soudan Ave
Toronto, ON M4S 1V6, Canada
Yonge St & Eglington Ave W
Tel: 416-489-2500 


VHA Home HealthCare (VHA) is a not-for-profit charitable organization that offers 24/7 health care and support services to people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Founded in 1925 as the Visiting Homemakers Association, VHA’s goal is to provide clients with spectacular service when, where and how they want it to support their independence. 

Women’s Habitat of Etobicoke 


140 Islington Ave 

Etobicoke, ON M8V 3B6 

Islington & Lakeshore 

Tel: 416-252-7949 


The Parent Relief program allows Women’s Habitat clients to leave their children for four hours with a qualified child minder at the Outreach Centre while they do errands, go to an appointment, or take a much-needed break. The Respite Care program offers 24-hour care for the children (up to 12 years of age) of women experiencing, or who have experienced, domestic violence.