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My Journey as Moss Park Community Member, Toronto Community Housing Corporation Resident, and Outspoken Community Activist


What’s my greatest strength? My mouth. Like breathing, I never hold back from exposing the truth. I speak my mind, speak from my heart, and speak with my feet planted on the ground.  As an active representative of my Moss Park community, ..... Click for the full article.

The Learning Centre uses a modular learning method, which allows learners to work towards clearly defined goals at their own pace and in their individual learning styles...

Women Supporting Women

STREET HAVEN SHEROES

We provide supportive housing for 32 women in three different locations in downtown Toronto, each with a varying degree of staffing based on the clients' level of need for support in ....

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Street Haven at the Crossroads offers pathways for women experiencing or at risk of homelessness, through a variety of integrated services.

Addiction Case Management:

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LEARNING CENTRE

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING

This 50-bed shelter serves women, providing the basic living needs of shelter, safety, meals, clothing, hot showers, medical and other necessary resources and supports for a variety of challenges ....

Introducing, Youth Gravity! Community Activists and Street Haven Supporters!


Youth Gravity is a Regent Park-based youth council and non-profit made up of young students who wish to make a positive impact on their community. Over the ...

​​OUR VISION:  A COMMUNITY WHERE ALL WOMEN ARE SAFE

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Grant House:

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Addiction Services

Peggy Ann Walpole worked as a nurse in the Emergency Room of St. Michael’s Hospital in the 1950’s. There she encountered many women who suffered from the debilitating effects of life on the street; violence, isolation, poverty and poor health. Peggy Ann was frustrated, knowing that once these women were treated and discharged, most had nowhere safe to go.

And so Peggy Ann founded Street Haven at the Crossroads in 1965, a drop-in centre where women could have a cup of coffee and access assistance, without judgement.

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