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.


Words from the Street lets the downtrodden tell their stories

Sex-trade  workers  experiences  spur  winning  entry  in  Words  from  the  Street,  revealed  ...
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Condos becoming part of Torontos affordable housing tool box

Toronto  engaging  condo  developers  to  help  build  desperately  needed  affordable  housing. 
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A Poverty Reduction Strategy or an Expectation Reduction Strategy

Kathleen  Wynnes  Liberal  government  released  their  poverty  reduction  strategy  on  September  3. 
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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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Pre Employment Training: Asbestos Removal; Workers Health & Safety Centre

Sep 29 - Oct 7
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Dixon  Hall  Neighbourhood  Services  is  delivering  a  free  training  program  for  Asbestos  Abatement  along  with  several  other  Health  &  ...
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STAR Learning Centre Official Launch

Sep 30
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Official  Launch  of  the  STAR  Learning  Centre,  a  project  of  the  Urban  Angel  Fund  for  Homeless  People 
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Acting Out! Street Law Smarts

Sep 30
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

SKETCH  and  Justice  for  Children  and  Youth  have  teamed  up  and  created:  Acting  Out!  Street  Law  Smarts 
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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.