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Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

Community-based legal clinic for low-income seniors.
2 Carlton St, Suite 701, Toronto M5B 2A1
Near Yonge St.
416-598-2656

Community legal clinics

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

Franklin Horner Community Centre

Senior programs: art group, bingo, café, chair yoga, chess club, creative doll making, cribbage, euchre, falls prevention, fitness, foot clinic, group lunches, health information workshops, line dancing, lunch and learn, reflexology, Reiki, Scottish country dancing, stretching, woodworking, zumba.
432 Horner Ave, Toronto M8W 2B3
Near Brown's Line
416-252-6822

Justice Net

A not-for-profit service for people needing legal expertise, whose income is too high to access legal aid and too low to afford standard legal fees.

Law Society of Upper Canada referral service

Up to 30 minutes of free consultation with a lawyer or paralegal.

Pro Bono Ontario

Legal advice for people who have essential legal needs but cannot afford a lawyer.
1-855-255-7256 toll-free

Unison Health and Community Services

Senior programs: advocacy, arts and crafts, caregiver support, case management, community kitchen groups, counseling, diabetes education program, diabetes prevention workshops, dietitians, eviction prevention, foot care, health education workshops, help navigating social services, housing help program, information and referral, legal clinic, movie day, nutrition information sessions, primary health care, reading circle, seniors support group, social club for 55+, summer outings. Multiple locations in northwest Toronto.
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