Date & Time: Thursdays, 11:30am - 1pm
The Community Kitchen program is a complementary component to support Streets to Homes clients and other hard-to-house clients of Unison’s Housing Services. Besides offering a nutritious breakfast and lunch, the program also provides workshops on harm reduction, employment preparation, kitchen knowledge, healthy eating and healthy lifestyle. Registration is not required. TTC Tokens are provided primarily for kitchen volunteers and clients of Unison’s housing program. Currently Take-Out Lunch only, served from the Aileen Street Entrance on Thursdays from 11:30am – 1pm
Date & Time: Generally on the fourth Thursday of every month, from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Please call for confirmation.
We offer on-site intake, case-management, referrals, advice, advocacy and conflict mediation services to local residents and low income tenants on housing and conflict mediation matters. The clinic is open to clients of Unison (Lawrence Heights) and tenants of Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) Operating Unit “F” Please call for intake, registration and appointment. If you drop in to the clinic (HHCC) please talk to the Case Coordinator first. This clinic is a partnership of Unison with Downsview Community Legal Services,… Continue Reading Housing Help Community Clinic – Lawrence Heights
Date & Time: Contact us for more information
Unison’s Housing Program includes three main services: Housing Help Centre, Rent Bank and Streets to Homes follow-up services. What we do: Access to apartment vacancy lists Eviction prevention Help with housing searches Landlord mediation Housing Connections Access Centre Emergency Energy Fund Crisis referral to shelters Client advocacy Rent Bank Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP) Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) Information and referrals Streets to Homes case management Streets to Homes community kitchen Housing Help Centre is one of eight centres… Continue Reading Housing Help Program
Date & Time: Wednesdays, 10:00am-Noon
This weekly program helps vulnerable people get the identification (ID) needed to access services. ID includes a Canadian birth certificate or birth registration, replacement of SIN card or Record of Landing, and Health Card if you have no address or ID. The program is run by Partners for Access and Identification (PAID) and serves people at risk of homelessness. It operates as a drop-in, on a first-come first-served basis.
Date & Time: Ongoing
The OESP program provides a financial benefit for low income families and individuals to receive credits to reduce their monthly hydro bill. Please call to book an appointment.