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Welcome to East York East Toronto’s (EYET’s) Homelessness reduction workspace!
On this website we aim to provide effective homelessness reduction solutions that offers assistance to individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness as well as to a wider housing and homelessness sector across our city. We help people to find housing and keep their present housing by offering a full suite of housing help and financial assistance programs.
Our TO Homelessness Reduction Workspace is poised to engage people in need of housing services, housing professionals and landlords with current news, research-informed resources; in-person training and capacity-building opportunities plus tools such as our online Discussion Forum. It is our goal with TO Homelessness Reduction Workspace to contribute to current housing needs as well as wider capacity-building initiatives by communicating and working together to promote leadership and advocacy in the housing and homelessness sector.
We invite you to take a look around our new website and let us know if you have any questions and/or feedback.
Our East York Housing Help Centre (EYHHC) – located at 1350 Danforth Ave – assists residents to find and keep housing by offering the following programs and services to serve you. Our hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. You can call our office at 416-698-9306 to book an appointment or click here for our calendar to see when the next Drop-in Clinic is scheduled in your neighbourhood.
This Workspace seeks to contribute to wider homelessness reduction initiatives in our city by providing tools and resources, including our Discussion Forum; where housing professionals and landlords are invited to post questions and share information, with the purpose of achieving better outcomes for all. Please visit our News and Resources page for up-to-date housing-related news and research-informed resources. Our Training section provides information about our in-person training for housing professionals and community groups as well as information about our landlord engagement opportunities.