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. 

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Toronto to continue buying motel/hotel room space to handle overflow from shelters

Councillor  Ford  critical  of  plan  he  says  provides  luxury  rooms  for  the  ...
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Feds commit $86M to combat homelessness in Toronto

Toronto  will  receive  $86  million  over  the  next  five  years  from  the  ...
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John Tory embarrassed by number of homeless people sleeping on Toronto streets: Surely we can do better

Mayor  John  Tory  says  he  has  a  deep  concern  about  the  number  ...
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Special challenges face those helping homeless people outside downtown

The  place  Stephen  Brausewetter  has  called  home  for  almost  three  years  is  ...
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Mar 6
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Starting  Friday  March  6th  at  the  805  Drop-in  from  1-3  pm  join  us  as  we  discuss  how  to  make  ...
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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.