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. 

2015/2016 Fall/Winter TDIN Member Agency Brochure

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City of Toronto City Council Highlights

Highlights  of  the  Toronto  City  Council  Meeting  of  November  3  and  4,  ...
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City of Toronto marks 10th anniversary of its drug strategy

City  of  Toronto  marks  10th  anniversary  of  its  drug  strategy  to  address  ...
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Ontario sets 10-year deadline to end homelessness

Province  plans  to  work  in  coordinated  way  with  municipalities  to  make  and  ...
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There's A Solution For Mental Health Homelessness In Canada -- But It Needs Help

Our  Beyond  the  Ballot  series  is  deep  diving  into  three  major  problems  ...
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A Symposium on Housing and Harm Reduction

Nov 27
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

A  symposium  on  housing  and  harm  reduction  presented  by  student  researchers. 
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Remembering Voices of Positive Women

Nov 28
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Voices  of  Positive  Women  was  the  first  organization  run  by  and  for HIV+  women  in  Canada.  It  closed  in  2010  ...
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Women and Harm Reduction Workshop

Dec 7 - Dec 8
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Gaining  Ground:  Women  and  Harm  Reduction  is  an  extremely  popular  workshop,  designed  and  lead  by  community  partners  with  the  ...
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Margaret's Toronto East Drop-in Centre

Margaret's Toronto East Drop-in Centre





Margarets Toronto East Drop-In Centre provides services (Crisis Intervention, Writing Group, Womens Program, Mental Health and Justice, Primary Care, Seniors Program,) to individuals who are homeless/underhoused living primarily in the Dundas/Sherbourne neighborhood and in need of support. Margarets is open early (7 am) every day except Monday and Friday for individuals  who leave shelters in the morning.

Margarets provides a continuum of housing and support services for women with mental illness through innovative programming, advocacy and education, which empowers them to build and reclaim their lives. Our programs encompass crisis, interim and long-term solutions for women 18 years and over, and their families.

Margarets services include helping clients obtain and maintain permanent and affordable housing, Mental Health and Justice, Community Crisis support and Individualized Senior Support. Together they provide clients with a stable living environment, community tenure, care and identity. Our support services are holistic, client directed, and recovery based. They help to identify and reignite the inner strength and resiliency of each client that we support.

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