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.

 

New TDIN 2014 Spring/Summer Brochure

Drop-In profiles online will be updated with info from Brochure.

www.tdin.ca/resources/show_resource.cfm?id=27

NEWS

Proxy certificates now available for Toronto's October 27 election

Proxy  certificates  are  now  available  for  the  October  27  municipal  election.  If  ...
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Homelessness, poverty recurrent themes at this year's Toronto film fest

Toronto  International  Film  Festival,  where  movie-makers  and  actors  speculated  that  cinema  is  ...
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Final list of candidates confirmed for Toronto's municipal election

Final  list  of  candidates  confirmed  for  Toronto's  municipal  election 
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TORONTO URBAN HEALTH FUND INFORMATION SESSIONS

Information  on  how  to  apply  for  the  2015-2016  TUHF  funding  cycle  will  ...
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EVENTS

FINDING YOUR WAY: COPING WITH LIFE AND STRESS WITHOUT DEPENDING ON SUBSTANCES

Sep 15 - Nov 3
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

An  8-Week  Support  Group  for  Youth  (16-24)  
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Neighbourhood Votes

Sep 23
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Toronto  Neighbourhood  Centres,  a  network  of  non-profit  neighbourhood  centres  acrossToronto  presents  short  community-directed  documentaries,  about  some  ofToronto's  pressing  issues  ...
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Trans 101: Understanding and Addressing the Barriers to Service Experienced by Trans Individuals

Sep 25
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Over  the  past  year,  Change  Toronto  has  hosted  a  series  of  events  about  the  future  of  Toronto  and  efforts  ...
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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.