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Across Canada, food and clothing banks are reporting increased numbers of households relying on their services. Since access to these services is often divided geographically, the Together Project has created a quick list of clothing and food banks Central Toronto, East York, Etobicoke, Mississauga, North York, Scarborough, Ottawa, & Surrey.

Please note that while some clothing and food banks state that they don’t require an appointment, it’s best to contact each organization before visiting in case their policies have changed.

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Find Care at Home, School or in the Community with these Support Services

If you feel that you or your family member need health-care support at home, at school or in the community, we can open the door to a world of options and opportunities.

Anyone can make a referral to us on your behalf: a family doctor, friend, family member, even you, yourself.

Your first step is to call our main phone number 310-2222. (no area code required)

Health and Mental Resources

Over 1,800 service listings describe organizations and programs serving people who live in North York, Etobicoke, York - Toronto, York Region, South Simcoe. Users can choose to receive local information first or search the entire Central region. Health Events, News, Careers and Resources sections provide other avenues to much needed health services information.

Have questions or concerns about mental health and well-being? Interested in accessing useful resources? We have pulled together a collection of great places to start your search. Don't forget, you can always speak with a teacher, principal or someone in the school. They are a well-positioned partner who can help with your questions.

Culturally Relevant Community Resources

Prepared by TDSB Professional Support Services

Black, Caribbean & African Diaspora

Black, Caribbean & African Diaspora resources


Indigenous Support and Resources


2SLGBTQI+ Community Support and Resources


Afghan Community Support and Resources


Arab Community Support and Resources

East Asian

East Asian Resources


Jewish Community Support and Resources

Latin X

Latinx/Spanish/Hispanic Resources


Muslim Community Support and Resources

South Asian

South Asian Community Support and Resources


Tamil Community Resources