Member Agencies

Membership in TNC is open to any organization that: • Shares the vision of TNC, • Operates in the City of Toronto, • Is a non-profit agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, • Is neighbourhood-based i.e. provides focused activities in one or several local geographic neighbourhoods defined at a scale smaller than the entire City of Toronto, • Is multi-service i.e. is directly responsible for providing programs relating to more than one issue area, such as health, education, social services, settlement services, housing, recreation, employment, training or community development. • Practices a place-based approach to community development, as articulated in the "TNC Values" segment of our "About" page.

1. Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services

Suite #500
340 College Street
Toronto, M5T 3A9
(416) 324-8677

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services (Access Alliance) provides services and addresses system inequities to improve health outcomes for the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, and their communities.

http://accessalliance.ca/

Show on map

2. Agincourt Community Services Association

Suite #100
4155 Sheppard Avenue. East
Scarborough, M1S 1T4
(416) 321-6912

We act as a bridge between people who need help and those who can provide it.
Today, ACSA addresses a variety of issues including systemic poverty, hunger, housing, homelessness, unemployment, accessibility and social isolation. Over the years ACSA has been funded by all levels of government, several foundations, schools, local faith communities, and The United Way of Greater Toronto. Its strength remains in the original concept: To act as a bridge between people who need help and those who can provide it.

For over 40 years the backbone of the organization has been the army of volunteers who help run an array of programs. While the original concept has remained the same, some of the methods have changed: more and more ACSA helps people to help themselves by providing 'hand up' programs rather than 'hand out' programs. Programs have also changed to reflect the ever-changing community needs.

Community Engagement enables entire neighborhoods to work together to identify common issues of concern and to address them as a community. ACSA continues to ensure our programs and services are relevant and current to the needs of the communities we serve.

http://www.agincourtcommunityservices.com

Show on map

3. Applegrove Community Complex

60 Woodfield Road
Toronto, M4L 2W6
(416) 321-6912

Applegrove Community Complex is a multi-service community organization in southeast Riverdale in Toronto. Our catchment area runs from Jones to Woodbine Avenues and from Lake Ontario north to the Railway tracks.

The centre's main location is in the Duke of Connaught Public School at 60 Woodfield Road. There is a satellite location, The Applegrove Connection (formerly Edgewood), at 31 Eastwood Road (just east of Coxwell), lower level of the Toronto Formosan Presbyterian Church.

https://www.applegrovecc.ca/

Show on map

4. Birchmount Bluffs Neighbourhood Centre

93 Birchmount Road
Toronto, M1N 3J7
(416) 396-4310

We work with diverse individuals, families and communities to overcome barriers and enhance quality of life. We do this by fostering social inclusion, developing skills and abilities, and collaborating with our partners to facilitate access to a range of flexible and responsive programs and services. We envision a strong and inclusive neighbourhood in which community members fully participate in opportunities which enhance well-being for all.

http://www.bbnc.ca

Show on map

5. Catholic Cross-cultural Services

Suite #401
55 Town Centre Court
Scarborough, M1P 4X4
(416) 757-7010

Catholic Crosscultural Services (CCS) is a national non-profit organization based in the Greater Toronto Area. CCS aims to empower immigrants and refugees of all religions, ethnicities, countries of origin, immigration status, sexual orientation, or political affiliation to develop the skills and acquire the necessary knowledge to settle, integrate and succeed in Canada. We provide individual support services and group sessions in over 30 languages at our Scarborough, Mississauga, and Brampton locations, as well as in libraries, community centres and partner organizations.

http://www.cathcrosscultural.org

Show on map

6. Cecil Street Community Centre

58 Cecil Street
Toronto, M5T 1N6
(416) 392-1090

Cecil Community Centre is a not-for-profit, multi-service neighbourhood centre that offers a broad range of recreational, educational, social, cultural and capacity-building programs to local area residents. For more than 40 years, the Centre has played a vital role in the lives of community members of all ages. Our centre provides programs and services for children, youth, adults and seniors. Programs include EarlyON Child and Family Centre, Community Drop-in, Children's After School Program, Summer Camp and PA Day Camps, Yoga, Pilates, Senior's Nutritional Program, Youth Programs, and Weekend Children's Program.

https://cecilcentre.ca

Show on map

7. Christie-Ossington Neighbourhood Centre

854 Bloor Street West
Toronto, M6G 1M2
(416) 534-8941

Founded in 1993, Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre (CONC) is a multi-service agency in West Downtown Toronto providing essential and innovative services for vulnerable community members. We provide free programs, services and supports for children, youth, adults and seniors living in poverty, including community members who are newcomers, sole-support parents, challenged by mental and physical health issues, lacking food and income security, homeless, underhoused, and experiencing other barriers to living healthy lives and participating fully in community.

http://www.conccommunity.org

Show on map

8. CultureLink

301
2340 Dundas Street West
Toronto, M6P 4A9
(647) 338-5334

CultureLink is a settlement and community organization with more than 30 years’ experience in developing and delivering services to meet the needs of diverse communities. Passionate about providing innovative services, we adapt to changes and create new programs that best respond to and address our clients’ specific needs.

Our services connect cultures to build welcoming communities. We assist newcomers looking for employment, help families navigate the school system, and provide youth with the skills necessary for bright and successful futures. We support refugees and bring together new and established Canadians.

https://www.culturelink.ca/

Show on map

9. Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood Community Health Centre

1900 Davenport Road
Toronto, M6N 1B7
(416) 656-8025

Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre (DPNCHC) is a respected multi-service agency located in Toronto's West End.

For three decades, we have played an important role in the lives of the residents of our community, assisting them to stay healthy, develop leadership skills, make positive lifestyle choices, build relationships, and work together to improve their living conditions and prospects for the future.

http://dpnchc.com/

Show on map

10. Dixon Hall

58 Sumach Street
Toronto, M5A 3J7
(416) 863-0499

Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services began as a soup kitchen in 1929, and since then has been steadily increasing and strengthening a diverse range of integrated services for residents of east downtown Toronto.

Dixon Hall serves more than 10,000 people annually, impacting the lives of the most vulnerable and the most at-risk members of our community. We work with at-risk youth, seniors, adults with physical and health disabilities, people who need housing, individuals searching for employment, those with mental health issues, and newly immigrated individuals and their families.

http://www.dixonhall.org

Show on map

11. Eastview Neighbourhood and Community Centre

86
Blake Street
Toronto, M4J 3C9
(416) 392-1750

Fostering individual and community well-being, building leaders and creating opportunities for our community.

https://eastviewcentre.com/

Show on map

12. Fontbonne Ministries

791 Queen St E
Toronto, M4M 1H6
(416) 465-2889

Fontbonne Ministries offers diverse programs that are welcoming and inclusive. The charity was founded in 2000 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, a community of women who, through their compassionate presence, respond to various needs.

https://fontbonneministries.ca/

Show on map

13. Jane Finch Community and Family Centre

Suite #108
4400 Jane Street
Toronto, M3N 2K4
(416) 663-2733

The Jane/Finch Centre is a multi-service, community-based organization with a strong focus on poverty reduction through resident engagement, capacity building and anti-oppression. We have a long history of innovation and response to community needs and priorities. For over 40 years, the organization has been strategically building the health and well-being of Jane and Finch in collaboration with residents, community leaders, community groups, organizations and partners from within the local community and beyond. With a resident-led Board of Directors, the Centre has always been a passionate and strategic organization which has won numerous best practice awards.

http://www.janefinchcentre.org

Show on map

14. Lakeshore Area Multi-Service Project (LAMP) Community Health Centre

185 5th Street
Toronto, M8V 2Z5
(416) 252-6471

A leader in promoting and advocating for physical, mental and social well-being through inclusive, integrated community programs and health care services.

http://www.lampchc.org

Show on map

15. North York Community House

Suite #226
700 Lawrence Avenue West
Toronto, M6A 3B4
(416) 784-0920

Every year, North York Community House serves over 15,000 residents in northwest Toronto. We provide ongoing settlement services, language classes, and employment support to newcomers to Canada to help them settle in their new community. We offer parenting groups, after-school and youth programs, and seniors programs to help children, youth, and families build skills, confidence, and community. We facilitate training, workshops, and community groups to build civic awareness, engaging residents to take collective action to improve their neighbourhoods.

http://www.nych.ca

Show on map

16. Ralph Thornton Centre

765 Queen Sreet. East
Toronto, M4M 1H3
(416) 392-6810

The Ralph Thornton Community Centre is where neighbours meet, events are celebrated, programs are enjoyed, and support is exchanged. We develop programs, nourish culture, and empower citizens action. We work with agencies, individuals, and groups to build the capacity of a caring, healthy, and vibrant community.

http://www.ralphthornton.org

Show on map

17. Scadding Court Community Centre

707 Dundas Street. West
Toronto, M5T 2W6
(416) 392-0335

SCCC is a multi-service agency that was founded in 1978. Located in the heart of Downtown West Toronto, we offer a wide range of programs, services and opportunities for people of all ages and walks of life. Our work is about supporting individuals and families, strengthening communities and building a better Toronto.

http://www.scaddingcourt.org

Show on map

18. Syme-Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre

2468 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, M6M 5E2
(416) 766-4634

Syme Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre (SWNFC) is a not-for-profit charitable organization providing direct services and programs to the residents of the York/Weston area of Toronto. SWNFC works towards a healthy, supportive and inclusive community.

http://www.symewoolner.org

Show on map

19. The 519

519 Church Street
Toronto, M4Y 2C9
(416) 392-6874

The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the LGBTQ2S communities. A City of Toronto agency with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, we strive to make a real difference in people's lives, while working to promote inclusion, understanding and respect.

http://www.the519.org

Show on map

20. The Neighbourhood Group (formerly Central Neighbourhood House, St. Stephen's Community House and Neighbourhood Link)

349 Ontario Street
Toronto, M5A 2V8
(416) 925-4363

The Neighbourhood Group serves people at every stage of their lives, promotes independence and dignity, and engages the skills and talents of our neighbours to build a vibrant community.

https://www.theneighbourhoodgroup.org/

Show on map

21. The Neighbourhood Organization (formerly Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office)

18 Thorncliffe Park Drive
Toronto, M4H 1N7
(416) 421-3054

TNO - THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ORGANIZATION is a community-based, multi-service agency providing a wide range of community services since 1985. Our programs, services & activities support low-income, marginalized and newcomer communities across Toronto in more than 50 languages and at no cost. Our central locations are in Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park, St. James Town and Crescent Town. You can also find us at various satellite locations in the city, including schools and City of Toronto facilities.

https://tno-toronto.org/

Show on map

22. University Settlement

23 Grange Road
Toronto, M5T 1C3
(416) 598-3444

University Settlement is a charity that offers a wide range of day care and children's programming, settlement and social services, English language training, seniors programs, and recreation facilities and activities, including the Music & Arts School at University Settlement, the oldest community music school in Toronto.

http://www.universitysettlement.ca

Show on map

23. Warden Woods Community Centre

74 Fir Valley Court
Toronto, M1L 1N9
(416) 694-1138

Warden Woods is a multi-service agency governed by a local Board of Directors and funded by all three levels of government, the United Way and other generous partners. The Centre provides over 50 programmes and services to over 6000 clients annually out of our main Centre and several satellite locations.

http://www.wardenwoods.com

Show on map

24. Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre

627 Queens Quay West
Toronto, M5V 3G3
(416) 392-1509

Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre is a non-profit, City of Toronto AOCC agency that is supported by a volunteer board of dedicated community members. We work in partnership with residents and community-minded organizations to create a safe and supportive environment for people of all ages.

Our waterfront community is the fastest growing vertical neighbourhood in the City! Our programs mirror our community as the demand for family, children, community outreach and senior programs are on the rise. By engaging the community, we ensure that WNC's activities will meet the growing and diverse needs of our neighbourhood - now and in the future.

http://waterfrontnc.ca/

Show on map

25. West Neighbourhood House

588 Queen St. West
Toronto, M6J 1E3
(416) 504-3535

West Neighbourhood House is a multi-service neighbourhood centre that has been serving downtown west Toronto since 1912. We are a secular, non-profit, registered charity that works with the community to address critical issues through personal and social change. With our neighbours, West Neighbourhood House strives to find solutions rooted in community strengths, collaboration, local impact and equitable public policy.

http://www.westnh.org/

Show on map

26. West Scarborough Neighbourhood Community Centre

313 Pharmacy Avenue
Toronto, M1L 3E7
(416) 755-9215

West Scarborough Neighbourhood Community Centre offers neighbourhood programs and services designed to enhance the well-being of people in the context of their community, culture and environment.

https://www.wsncc.org

Show on map

27. WoodGreen Community Services

Suite #402
815 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, M4J 1L2
(416) 645-6000

WoodGreen is one of the largest social service agencies in Toronto, delivering integrated programs from physical, mental health and disability services to affordable housing and pathways to employment. For more than 80 years, we have worked with communities to improve health and wellbeing for seniors, single mothers, newcomers and youth, creating new opportunities to thrive.

http://www.woodgreen.org

Show on map

28. Working Women Community Centre

533A Gladstone Avenue
Toronto, M6H 3J1
(416) 532-2824

Working Women Community Centre is a women-focused settlement agency that provides support to newcomers in Toronto. Since 1974, we have been making a difference in the lives of immigrant women and their families.

Last year, we served over 9,600 clients from 4 sites across the Greater Toronto Area. Without help, many newcomers struggle with poverty and unemployment. When newcomers get the right support and have access to the right opportunities, they thrive in their communities.

http://www.workingwomencc.org

Show on map