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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Oakwood-Vaughan homeless shelter gets committee approval

Oakwood-Vaughan  homeless  shelter  gets  committee  approval Aug.  25  city  council  meeting  next  step 
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Dying homeless find treatment, comfort through mobile palliative care program

TORONTO  -  They're  too  often  the  forgotten  people    or  the  ones  ...
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Outcry over proposed Oakwood-Vaughan homeless shelter

Residents  protest  plan  to  open  50  beds  for  homeless  men  in  neighbourhood 
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Spiceman case sent to unique restorative justice program before sentencing

Process  will  allow  restaurateur  convicted  of  assaulting  a  man  he  thought  was  ...
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BCS Soccer Tournament

Aug 23 - Aug 24
The  Bangladeshi-Canadian  Community  Services  (BCS)  will  be  hosting  our  Annual  Soccer  Tournament  on  August  23  &  24,  2014  for  ...
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Save the date for ONN Conference 2014: September 18

Sep 18
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

There's  a  lot  happening  in  2014  that  will  affect  Ontario's  nonprofit  sector,  and  a  lot  of  great  work  happening  ...
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Restorative Justice Facilitator Training (3 day)

Nov 17 - Nov 19
9:00 AM - 5:00 AM

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The Corner Drop-In: St. Stephen's Community House

The Corner Drop-In: St. Stephen's Community House

The Corner Drop-in meets an urgent, immediate need in our community by providing a safe, secure, welcoming place where homeless and marginally-housed people get food and daytime shelter. In Toronto, more and more homeless people are out on the streets and need help to get into shelter and secure permanent housing.

We serve over 200 participants through the Corner Drop-in each day. While some people come for the daytime shelter, nutritious hot food or just to meet and chat, others take advantage of primary health care services from on-site nurses, doctors and psychiatrists. We also provide information and help finding affordable housing, mental health support, voluntary financial trusteeship, addiction counselling, workshops and activities.

Thanks to the countless volunteers and landlords who participate in the program, our Corner Drop-in participants are able to make a fresh start.