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Centres d'Accueil Héritage (CAH)

Services for French-speaking seniors and their caregivers living in the Greater Toronto Area. Adult day programs in Toronto and Oshawa. Centre for Active Living (33 Hahn Place) offers a wide range of French activities, including themed coffee breaks, yoga, zumba, fitness, watercolour classes, bridge, bingo, reading club, cultural outings and health workshops. Affordable housing for French-speaking seniors at 33 Hahn Place, homemaking in clients' homes and affordable housing units, Reintegration Care Unit to support transition from hospital to home.
33 Hahn Place, Toronto M5A 4G2
Near Parliament St and The Esplanade
416-365-3350

Cooperative Housing Federation of Toronto

Dignified.ca

Find a variety of senior housing in your neighbourhood.

Eviction protection and housing help

Four Villages Community Health Centre

Senior programs: advocacy, arthritis self management, caregiver support, chronic pain self management, diabetes management and support, diabetes support for Polish speakers, diabetic foot management, emotional eating management, eviction prevention, exercise for balance, strength and endurance, exercise for people with low back pain, expressive arts, falls prevention, foot care clinic, grocery store tours, help accessing subsidized housing, help with housing issues, high blood pressure prevention, high cholesterol education and support, knitting, legal clinic, Meals on Wheels fruit and vegetable basket, memory skills workshop, mental health counseling, mental health recovery and skill development program, mindfulness, Nordic pole walking, nutrition counseling, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, primary health care, yoga. For seniors 50+. Multiple sites in west Toronto.
416-604-0640

Haven Toronto

Formerly the Good Neighbours’ Club. Drop-in centre providing services for older men (50+) dealing with homelessness or social isolation. Barber services, computer access, counseling, crisis outreach services, crisis support, dental hygiene services, emergency clothing, housing support, laundry, library, nursing care, recreational amenities, showers, three healthy meals a day, Open from 8 am to 5 pm, 365 days a year.
170 Jarvis St, Toronto M5B 2B7
Near Shuter St
416-366-5377

Home Ownership Alternatives Non-Profit Corporation

Housing connections

Options for affordable housing. Subsidiary of Toronto Community Housing Corporation.

Housing Help Association of Ontario, Toronto area agencies

Find affordable housing, or get help staying in your home during a financial crisis.

Long-Term Care Guide

A clear, concise explanation of the various care options for seniors: home care, retirement homes, assisted living services, long-term care homes, complex continuing care, and alternative levels of care. Prepared by the Concerned Friends of Ontario Citizens in Care Facilities.

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