Housing Help Workers help people find and keep permanent housing by:
Housing Help Workers are located in shelters, drop-in centres and a number of community agencies and Housing Help Centres throughout the city.
Housing Help Centres are non-profit agencies that help people find and keep affordable housing as well as provide vacancy listings and Toronto Rent Bank services.
- providing information on available affordable housing
- liaising with landlords
- advising on housing issues, income support programs and eviction prevention
- helping people complete applications for social housing and access Rent Bank loans.
If you or someone you know needs help finding or keeping housing, please contact one of the Housing Help Centres listed below. For more information, see the map of Housing Help Centres.
Albion Neighbourhood Service - North Etobicoke
Rexdale Community Hub
21 Panorama Court
Albion Neighbourhood Services - South Etobicoke
185 Fifth St.
COSTI - North York Housing Help Centre
North York Sheridan Mall
1700 Wilson Ave., Suite 114
Mon-Wed 8:30am - 6:30pm
EYET East York Housing Help Centre
71 Gough Ave.
Flemingdon Neighbourhood Services
10 Gateway Blvd., Suite 104
Scarborough Housing Help Centre
2500 Lawrence Ave. E.
Unison Health & Community Services
1651 Keele St.
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
10:00am-12 noon and 2:00pm-4:00pm
West Toronto Housing Help Services
(no Rent Bank services available)
2333 Dundas Street W., Suite 404
WoodGreen Community Services
650 Queen St. E
Tues & Wed call for appt.
* Housing Help Services are also available in most shelters.