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2 Spirited People of the First Nations

145 Front Street East, Suite 105
Toronto, ON M5A 1E3
Tel: (416)944-9300
Web: www.2spirits.com

Two Spirited People is a non-profit social services organization whose membership consists of Aboriginal gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people in Toronto.

Aboriginal Housing Support Centre

20 Sewells Road
Toronto ON M1B 3G5
Email: info@aboriginalhsc.org
Tel: (416) 281-2057
Web: www.aboriginalhsc.org

The Aboriginal Housing Support Centre is an innovative project developed by Wigwamen Incorporated and made possible through the City of Toronto’s Homelessness Initiative Fund. AHSC is a non-profit housing help centre, in operation since 1999, that was created to support Aboriginal people with their current housing needs.

Aboriginal Legal Services

211 Yonge Street, Suite 500
Toronto, ON M5B 1M4
Tel: 1-844-633-2886
Web: http://www.aboriginallegal.ca

ALS was formed following a needs assessment by the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto in the mid-1980s. The Centre had been operating legal-related programs for Aboriginal people in Toronto but concluded an agency dedicated to this issue was needed.

Aboriginal Service – CAMH

60 White Squirrel Way
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
Tel: (416) 535-8501 (press 2)
Web: www.camh.ca/en/your-care/programs-and-services/aboriginal-substance-use-outpatient–counselling-service

The Aboriginal Service provides outpatient groups and individual counselling to Aboriginal people experiencing substance use and other mental health challenges.

Anduhyaun Inc. 

1296 Weston Road
Toronto, ON M6M 4R3
Web: http://anduhyaun.org

A not-for-profit, charitable agency created to respond to the needs of Toronto’s Indigenous women. It was first established in 1973 as a hostel. Over the last four decades, Anduhyaun Inc. has expanded to create culturally-inclusive, safe spaces for women and their children at various stages of life.

Anishinabek Health

225 Queen St E
Toronto, ON
Tel: (416) 360-0486
Web: www.aht.ca

Their mission is to improve the health and well-being of Aboriginal People in spirit, mind, emotion and body by providing Traditional Healing within a multi-disciplinary health care model.

ENAGB Indigenous Youth Agency

16 Phin, 145 Front St W
Toronto, ON M5J 1G2
Tel: (614) 604-0300
Web: www.enagb-iya.ca

The ENAGB Indigenous Youth Agency focuses on providing cultural, employment, life skills, holistic wellness and recreational opportunities to Indigenous youth ages 12-24 . Programming is designed through Indigenous youth participation and works to build self-esteem, confidence, skills and self-determination.

Hope For Wellness Helpline

Tel: 1-855-242-3310
Web/Online Chat: www.hopeforwellness.ca

The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. 

Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training

167-169 Gerrard Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 2E4
Tel: (416) 591-2310
Email: reception@miziwebiik.com 

Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training was created in 1991 to meet the unique training and employment needs of aboriginal peoples. Miziwe Biik provides the Greater Toronto Area’s Aboriginal community with training initiatives and employment services.

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto

30 College Street
Toronto, ON
Tel: (416) 969-8510
Email: info@nativechild.org
Web: www.nativechild.org/youth/

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) is a multi-service urban Aboriginal agency providing holistic, culture-based programs and services for Aboriginal children and families. NCFST strives to provide a life of quality, well-being, healing, and self-determination for children and families in the Toronto urban Aboriginal community. 

Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto

191 Gerrard St. East
Toronto, ON M5A 3E5
Tel: (416) 963-9963
Email: youth.nwrct@gmail.com
Web: www.nwrct.ca/programs/youth/

Youth Drop-ins allow you to get together every week to support each other and celebrate your culture. The program is open to any Toronto-based, self-identifying Aboriginal females, between the ages of 12 and 24.

Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

219 Front Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 1E8
Tel: 1-800-772-9291
Email: ofifc@ofifc.org
Web: www.ofifc.org

The Friendship Centre vision is to improve the quality of life for Indigenous people living in an urban environment by supporting self-determined activities which encourage equal access to and participation in Canadian society and which respect Indigenous cultural distinctiveness.

TASSC

16 Spadina Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
Tel: (647) 748-6100
Email: info@tassc.ca
Web: www.tassc.ca

TASSC’s vision is to build a healthy and vibrant environment while increasing the capacity of Aboriginal people to create a self-sufficient community in Toronto. To guide future generations as strong carriers of Aboriginal culture while achieving socio-economic success.

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre

439 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 2B1
Tel: (416) 360-4350
Web: www.councilfire.ca

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre is an autonomous, vibrant cultural agency that involves and serves the Indigenous community with confidence for and commitment to their well-being. Their goal is to provide counselling, material assistance and other direct services to First Nations people as well as to encourage and enhance spiritual and personal growth.

We Matter

Email: info@wemattercampaign.org
Web: www.wemattercampaign.org

We Matter is an Indigenous youth-led and nationally registered organization dedicated to Indigenous youth support, hope and life promotion.