Bathurst-Finch Hub

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Bathurst-Finch Hub

The Bathurst-Finch Hub brings together several organizations that offer primary health care, counseling and dental services as well as employment, settlement, and legal services.

Click on the link below to view the Bathurst-Finch Hub brochure.

Bathurst-Finch Hub Brochure (PDF, 569kb)

Services Available

The agencies with permanent space at the hub offer a wide range of services:

CUIAS Immigrant Services offers settlement services and supportive counselling for newcomers to Canada.

  • For more information about CUIAS click on the link below or call 416-225-0511.

Downsview Community Legal Services provides free legal advice and assistance for eligible clients in areas including:

  • Landlord and tenant
  • Social assistance, Employment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan/Old Age Security
  • Employment standards
  • Emergency advice and referrals in domestic violence situations
  • Family law – summary advice only
  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 416-635-8388.

Family Service Toronto provides services to the Iranian community including:

  • Supportive counselling to women experiencing abuse
  • Parenting and youth programs
  • Facilitation of intergenerational understandings between newcomer parents and youth
  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 647-960-0351.

JVS Toronto offers employment services for adults and youth, including:

  • One-on-one employment counselling and job search support
  • Targeted resume preparation and interview coaching
  • Employer liaison and job fairs
  • Subsidized job placement for eligible employers/job seekers
  • Occupational/sector-specific labour market access for newcomers
  • Workplace English, mentoring and networking
  • Career exploration with newcomer youth
  • Youth Job Connection
  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 416-633-1240.

Kababayan Multicultural Centre offers settlement, employment, supportive counselling and many other services to newcomers, youth and family, women, and Seniors.

Settlement Services

  • Information and newcomers’ orientation
  • Referrals to access other programs and services
  • Interpretation
  • Support in government programs and services application
  • Employment-related
  • Settlement counselling
  • Family reunification
  • English conversation classes
  • Computer skills training
  • Life skills seminars
  • Group information sessions on settlement

Employment Services

  • Employment counselling
  • Career exploration, goal setting and planning
  • Job search assistance and workshops, e.g. LinkedIn workshops
  • Networking with employers
  • Resume and cover letter preparation
  • Mock interviews
  • Labour market information and exploration
  • Referrals to more information and programs

Youth and Family Support

  • Leadership trainings and workshops
  • Education and information sessions on topics relevant to youth
  • Summer activities and festive seasons celebrations
  • Financial literacy training
  • Financial planning support for post-secondary schooling
  • Career planning
  • Academic support
  • Life coaching
  • Supportive counselling
  • Information sessions on topics that impact family wellbeing

Women Community Support

  • Leadership trainings and workshops
  • Supportive counselling
  • Support for women in abusive relationships
  • Skills development

Seniors Community Support

  • Socialization, recreation and wellness
  • Information and support for OAS, GIS, Seniors Housing, CPP applications
  • Supportive counselling

For more information about these services, click on the link below or call 416-633-5056.

KCWA Family and Social Services provides services to the Korean community including:

  • Settlement services (one-on-one services and seminars on various topics)
  • Employment and entrepreneurship support workshops and one-on-one counselling
  • Digital Literacy classes and services for newcomers
  • Anti-racism workshops and counselling for newcomers
  • Prevention of Senior Abuse workshops
  • Crisis-support counselling and transitional and housing support for women and dependents who are survivors of domestic violence
  • Individual, group, and family counselling
  • Psychoeducational workshops and awareness-raising seminars
  • Free income tax filing services – Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP)
  • Volunteer training and matching programs
  • For more information about these services, click on the link below or call 416-340-1234.

North York Community House offers range of settlement services and programs for newcomers including:

  • English conversation circles
  • Citizenship preparation classes
  • Newcomer mentorship support
  • Youth leadership development
  • Pre-employment readiness
  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 416-636-2600.

Toronto Public Health Dental Clinic

Eligible clients may access free dental services:

  • Examinations and x-rays
  • Cleaning
  • Fillings and extractions
  • Some root canal treatments
  • Emergency and urgent dental care.
  • For more information about TPH dental services, click on the link below or call 416-338-0631.
    • Link to Toronto Public Health Dental Clinic’s website:

Unison offers primary health care (family medicine), diabetes education, chiropody (foot care) and health-related workshops and groups.

Supporting Partners

Supporting Partners offer programs and services at the Hub in community spaces on a scheduled basis.

Circle of Care offers a range of services for seniors to enable them to remain living independently in their own homes.  At the Hub we provide support groups and the Let’s Get Together Diners’ Club.

  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 416-635-2860

The SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health is a children’s mental health treatment, research and teaching centre. At the Hub, we offer an Ontario Early Years Centre Program, “Play and Learn”  a parent and child program (Monday 9:30-11:30) as well as a Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program in partnership with Toronto Public Health (Monday 1:00-3:00).

  • For more information about these services click on the link below or call 416-924-1164 ext. 8710.

Community Space & Activities

Community space (community rooms, community kitchen and play room) is available for resident groups, community agencies and networks, and other organizations to hold activities and meetings.  It is free for resident groups.

  • For more information contact Lina Zolotko at 647-342-7687.

Northview Community Garden provides gardening opportunities for local residents.  Flowers, vegetables, fruits and herbs are grown by the volunteer gardeners.  Most of the harvest is donated to the local food bank.  New gardeners are welcomed.

  • For more information contact Lina Zolotko at 647-342-7687

Location & Hours

540 Finch Avenue West

Toronto, Ontario M2R 1N7

Tel: 647-436-0385

Hours of Operation:

Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am – 8:30 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Monthly Calendar