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Wellesley Place Employment & Social Services

Office Location

111 Wellesley St. E.
Toronto, ON M4Y 3A7

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Mailing Address

PO Box 3888 Stn Industrial Park
Markham, ON L3R 5T2

Postal Codes Served

  • M4X
  • M4Y
  • M5A
  • M5B
  • M5C
  • M5E
  • M5S

Hours of Operation

  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday

Wellesley Place Employment & Social Services provides financial benefits through Ontario Works, employment supports and social supports to people living in Toronto. All of our locations provide similar supports.

Help us keep the air we share healthy. Please do not wear or use scented products when visiting our offices.

Most of our locations are hosting free income tax clinics in March, April and May. See the full schedule for help with filing 2019 taxes.

Government Partners

Ontario Disability Support Program

The Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) provides income and employment support to people with disabilities. You can apply for ODSP while receiving Ontario Works, but it is not a requirement to be on Ontario Works to apply for the program.

  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday

Phone: 416-326-3344
Fax: 416-314-3843
TTY: 416-326-2914

Onsite Services

The following organizations visit the office on a regular basis to provide services onsite. For more information, including dates/times these services are available onsite, please call the office or register online.

Centre for Education and Training

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

Culture Link

  • services for newcomers related to immigration, housing and education

DDP Completion: Toronto Public Health Nurse

  • help for Ontario Works clients to complete the Disability Determination package (DDP) to apply for ODSP

Dixon Hall Employment Services

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

Fred Victor Employment Services

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

March of Dimes of Canada

  • job search/training information and access to employment services for people with and without disabilities

Neighbourhood Link Support Services

ID Clinic

  • helps individuals with no permanent address to secure identification documents

Streets to Homes

  • help for people who are sleeping outdoors to address immediate health/safety needs and move into housing

University of Toronto

  • information on the process for criminal record suspensions