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York Humber Employment & Social Services

Office Location

605 Rogers Rd.
Toronto, ON M6M 1B9

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Postal Codes Served

  • M6M
  • M6N
  • M9N
  • M9P

Hours of Operation

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

York Humber 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.

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 Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH)

  • A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Clinician will complete assessments with clients for ongoing CBT sessions

Housing Help Centre

  • guidance regarding access to affordable housing, housing options and landlord mediation

Humber Community Employment Services

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

Learning Enrichment Foundation

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

Neighbourhood Link Support Services

ID Clinic

  • helps individuals with no permanent address to secure identification documents

North York Community House

  • information about services and programs for newcomers

Skills for Change

  • job search/training information and access to employment services

Toronto District School Board

Essential Skills

  • one-on-one help and assessments with English literacy, basic math, and referrals to computer training courses

Toronto Public Library

  • librarian promotes access and awareness of Toronto Public Library programs, services and supports

University of Toronto

  • information on the process for criminal record suspensions

Yorktown Family Services

  • counselling, resources and services for youth