The Toronto Drop-In Network (TDIN) is an active coalition of over 50 drop-in centres, throughout the City of Toronto, working with people who are homeless, marginally housed or socially isolated. Our Network includes drop-ins of all sizes and diverse philosophies serving men, women, transgender people, youth and families. 

Labour Day Holiday Meals List - Sept. 7, 2015



Conviction results in substantial fine after fatal Toronto rooming-house fire

A  Provincial  Offences  Court  has  announced  a  conviction  and  levied  a  fine  ...
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Ontario justice system punishes mental illness

A  troubled  young  man  brandishing  a  pair  of  scissors  is  shot  and  ...
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Queen's Hotel tenants say they're being ousted on short notice

A  community  leader  in  Parkdale  and  the  local  MPP  say  a  group  ...
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CHRA Supports Call for Federal Leaders' Debate on Municipal Issues

Affordable  housing  increasingly  amongst  top  federal  election  issues  as  parties  make  it  ...
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MONTHLY EVENT: "Homeless Memorial"

Sep 8
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

The  monthly  Homeless  Memorial  sponsored  by  the  Toronto  Homeless  Memorial  Network  takes  place  at  the  Church  of  the  Holy  ...
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Toronto Drop-in Network Training - Fall 2015

Sep 9 - Dec 9
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The  following  are  training  programs  that  are  offered  through  Toronto  Hostels  Training  Centre: 
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Community Health Forum

Sep 9
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Aging,  HIV  &  Managing  Chronic  Health  Conditions 
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LAMP Adult Drop-In

LAMP Adult Drop-In


LAMP CHC is a multi-service, community based charitable organization that provides a wide range of programs and services to improve a person's health. LAMP uses a co-ordinated approach to connect people to medical services and other programs that build personal resources. By providing services that improve physical, emotional, social and economic well being, people can better control their health and environment. LAMP uses a harm reduction service delivery framework.  Harm reduction practices are dedicated to reducing the social, health, and economic harms associated with activities such as substance use, drug distribution, sex and sex work.  Harm reduction commits to meeting people where they are to reduce the risk of infections, communicable diseases, overdose, and violence.  Harm Reduction supplies are available at LAMP and in the Adult Drop-in program, which operates 3-4 days per week during the fall/winter months.