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SPRINT: Senior peoples' resources in North Toronto

Adult day program, assisted transportation, brain games, caregiver support, chair yoga, concerts, dementia care residence, foot care, fruit and vegetable boxes, gentle stretch, home support, integrated house calls team providing health care at home, knitting and crocheting, LGBT social, listen to stories, low-impact cardio, meals on wheels, meditation, music and conversation, origami club, qigong, social work support, stretch and strength, supportive housing to ease the transition from hospital to home, tai chi, watercolour painting.
140 Merton St, 2nd floor, Toronto M4S 1A1
Near Davisville Ave and Yonge St.
416-481-6411

Stonegate Community Health Centre

Senior programs: asthma education and smoking cessation, community garden, counseling and mental health services, dental services, diabetes education, dietitian, educational workshops, fall prevention, food program workshops, FoodFit cooking program, foot care, gentle chair yoga, gentle fitness, Good Food Box, Good Food Market, grocery shopping trips, housing support and case management, mindfulness, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, primary care, social activities.
10 Neighbourhood Lane, Toronto M8Y 0C5
Near Park Lawn Rd and the Queensway
416-231-7070

Syme 55+ Seniors Centre

Bridge, cardio boost, Caribbean dance, choir, co-ed fit, computer training, current events, drum fitness, essentrics fitness, euchre, fit and fun, flex and stretch, food bank, knitters’ club, line dance, mah jongg, osteo fit, pilates, scrabble, tai chi, watercolour painting, wood carving, yoga. For seniors 55+.
33 Pritchard Ave, Toronto M6N 1T4
Near Jane St and St Clair Ave.
416-766-0388

The 519 Community Centre

Senior programs: anti-violence initiatives, counseling, friendly phone or email check-in, guest speakers, income tax clinic, intergenerational workshops, legal clinic, phone support, Senior Pride Network, skill-building, special events, weekly social. Serving the LGBTQ2S community in Toronto and beyond.
519 Church St, Toronto M4Y 2C9
Near Wellesley St E

The Neighbourhood Group

Senior programs: adult day program, affordable housing, assisted transportation, client intervention and assistance, exercise, food bank, friendly visiting, group dining, Home at Last support for transition from hospital to home, home support, intensive case management, meals on wheels, respite care, stroke survivors adult day program, support for seniors at risk of homelessness, telephone security checks. Includes Central Neighbourhood House, Neighbourhood Link Support Services and St Stephen’s Community House. South-central and east-end Toronto.

The Stop Community Food Centre

Advocacy, community garden, drop-in centre, farmer’s market, food bank, financial empowerment counseling, Good Food Market and café, urban agriculture and greenhouse. Three locations in west-end Toronto.

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Transcare Community Support Services

Adult day program, assisted transportation, caregiver relief and respite, case management, falls prevention, friendly visiting, grocery delivery, group dining, group shopping, Home at Last support for transition from hospital to home, home care supplies, Home First transitional care before returning home from hospital, home support, meals on wheels, palliative respite care, Scarborough central intake telephone line (416-736-9372) to support vulnerable seniors during pandemic, snow removal, strength and balance exercise, telephone reassurance, yard wor
1045 McNicoll Ave, Toronto M1W 3W6
Near Victoria Park Ave.
416-750-9885

Warden Woods Community Centre

Senior programs: adult day program, assisted transportation, caregiver support, conflict resolution services, crisis intervention, emergency housing, home support, meals on wheels. Multiple locations in southwest Scarborough.
74 Firvalley Court, Toronto M1L 1N9
Near Danforth Rd and Warden Ave.
416-694-1138

Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre

Senior programs: afternoon tea and social, art studio, baking, board games, bridge, Community Connect food garden, community kitchen, computer training, euchre, fitness, full body strengthening, gentle fitness, gentle yoga, information and referral, men’s coffee social, nutrition support, Seniors Advisory Committee, sports, Stronger Together program for seniors, youth and 2SLGBTQ, tai chi, walking group, weight room, women’s circle, Zumba Gold. For seniors 55+.
627 Queen's Quay W, Toronto M5V 3G3
Near Bathurst St.
416-392-1509

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