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. 

2015/2016 Fall/Winter TDIN Member Agency Brochure

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www.tdin.ca/resources/show_resource.cfm?id=115

NEWS

Toronto's chronic underfunding just gets worse: Editorial (Toronto Star)

Mayor  John  Torys  administration  argues  that  progress  is  underway,  but  budget  falls  ...
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Project Winter Survival assembles thousands of kits for Toronto homeless

So  far  this  season,  an  initiative  called  Project  Winter  Survival  has  assembled  ...
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How supportive housing 'rescued' one homeless man

For  seven  years,  Curtis  lived  on  the  streets  of  Toronto. The  former  accountant  ...
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Windsor Public Library to create community hub to help homeless and those in poverty

The  Windsor  Public  Library  is  beginning  a  project  to  provide  more  access  ...
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EVENTS

Theatre for Thought - Free University Program

Jan 26 - Apr 5
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Each  term,  Victoria  University  offers  a  free,  12-week  university  experience  for  members  of  the  community.  The  programs  are  called  ...
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Women in Transportation (WIT)

Feb 8 - Aug 26
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MicroSkills  is  now  accepting  applications  for  Women  in  Transportation  Program  (WIT) 
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MONTHLY EVENT: "Homeless Memorial"

Feb 9
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

The  monthly  Homeless  Memorial,  sponsored  by  the  Toronto  Homeless  Memorial  Network,  takes  place  at  the  Church  of  the  Holy  ...
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Sanctuary Ministries

Sanctuary Ministries

Sanctuary is becoming a healthy, welcoming community where people who are poor or excluded are particularly valued.  We seek to establish and develop a holistic, inclusive and healthy atmosphere. We seek out people who have, for the most part, known only rejection and abuse. 

We offer dignity, support and direction to people who want to reclaim healthy, meaningful lives. Through drop-ins, street outreach and one-to-one relationships, we offer food, clothing and basic health care. Our staff help individual community members access welfare, housing, legal counsel, medical care, counseling, therapy or drug rehabilitation. Perhaps the most valuable thing we offer is simple friendship.