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. 

TDIN works to increase the capacity of Toronto's drop-ins to serve their participants through training, communication, coordination, advocacy and engagement with other member agencies, related service providers and government.

NEWS

Filmmaker Shelley Saywells Lowdown Tracks at Hot Docs Documentary film follows lives of five Torontonians impacted by homelessness

Every  song  sung  on  the  curb  has  a  story.  Thats  the  message  ...
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Free Vaccines for Youth

Toronto  Public  Health  offers  free  immunization  services  for  youth  under  the  age  ...
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Ontario Launches Public Consultations to Improve Access to Affordable Housing

Ministry  of  Municipal  Affairs  and  Housing Ontario  is  launching  consultations  to  support  a  ...
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Series of 14 rooming house review sessions kicked off in Parkdale

When  it  comes  to  rooming  houses  in  Parkdale,  the  frustration  is  clear  ...
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EVENTS

Free Creative Writing Classes for Women

Dec 1 - Jun 2
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Do  you  have  a  story  you  want  to  tell?  Want  to  write  a  memoir  or  a  novel?  Want  to  ...
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Parkdale vs. Akelius Tuesday, April 28 at 9:00am Landlord and Tenant Board (79 St. Clair Ave. East)

Apr 28
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Come  out  to  support  Parkdale  tenants  as  they  face  their  predatory  landlord  Akelius  at  the  Landlord  and  Tenant  Board. 
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Close the Housing Gap Rally

Apr 28
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Tuesday,  April  28  7-9PM Toronto  City  Hall 100  Queen  St  W Council  Chambers 
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Wychwood Open Door Drop-In Centre

Wychwood Open Door Drop-In Centre

Welcome to Wychwood Open Door, a day-time drop-in centre serving homeless and socially isolated people in Toronto’s mid-town St. Clair West community since 1986.

Hot meals served per year - Over 13,000
Average number of people reached a day - 150
Number of hours volunteered a year - Over 2,000

Wychwood Open Door exists to reduce social isolation, boost nutrition and help develop life skills among homeless and socially isolated people. We believe that no one in our neighbourhood should go hungry or without basic support systems. 

We are open three days a week. We provide more than warm meals to the people who come to WOD. We also offer referral services, clothing and other programming.