The Toronto Drop-In Network (TDIN) is an active coalition of 49+ drop-in centers working with people who are homeless, marginally housed or socially isolated in Toronto. Our Network includes drop-ins of all sizes and diverse phiosophies serving men, women, youth and families. Member agencies are located throughout the City of Toronto.


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Covenant House gives young entrepreneurs taste of sleeping on the street

First-ever  Sleep  Out:  Next  Generation  raising  awareness  around  the  issue  of  youth  ...
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One-stop shop event offers low-income people array of services

Needy  receive  eye  care,  dentistry  and  legal  assistance  all  in  one  place Asha  ...
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Toronto's immigrants: The hidden homeless

Home,  for  almost  9  in  10  low-income  families  in  Toronto,  is  an  ...
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How the Federal Government Plans to end Homelessness

Something  largely  overlooked  by  wide  media  coverage  of  the  federal  governments  Economic  ...
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Change Management

Apr 16
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

This  change  management  workshop  is  designed  for  directors,  managers,  supervisors  and  team  leaders  who  are  responsible  for  leading  and  ...
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Candlelight Communion: A Celebration of the Last Supper

Apr 17
12:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Candlelight  Communion,  A  Celebration  of  the  Last  Supper Thursday  April  17th,  2014,  12:45  PM,  Evangel  Hall  
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Weston King Neighbourhood Centre Annual General Meeting

Apr 22
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Invitation  to  the  Weston  King  Neighbourhood  Centre  Annual  General  Meeting 
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Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre (DPNCHC)

Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre (DPNCHC)

Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre is a multi-service agency offering both health and community services. DPNCHC supports people in its neighbourhood, especially those who face economic and/or social barriers, to enrich their lives and the life of our community. We do this by working in partnership with local residents and organizations to develop a range of community, health, and social support initiatives that are responsive to local needs and opportunities. We strengthen individuals and groups through cooperative action that addresses the political, social, economic, cultural, and spiritual life of this neighbourhood.

  • Our Health Centre supports all ages, both OHIP insured and non-insured clients with primary health care as well as home visits for the frail; chronic care management; counselling/therapy; & psychiatric assessment and referral.
  • The Ontario Early Years Centre provides services for parents/caregivers and children, ages 0 - 6 and supports early childhood development through parenting classes, early literacy, school readiness and healthy child screening events.
  • The Children and Youth Services offer programs for school-aged children and youth (up to age 24) that provide opportunities to build skills, make friends and access support through summer and March break camps, after school programs and leadership initiatives.
  • The Adult Services offer drop-in programs for vulnerable and isolated adults: community dining, street outreach, literacy, newcomer assistance, and crisis intervention.
  • The Seniors Services include fitness, arts, computers, health education and promotion, recreational and social activities that foster health and vitality for seniors ages 55+.
  • The Volunteer Program offers opportunities for volunteers to build skills, contribute to their community and gain Canadian work experience.