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Action for Neighbourhood Change (ANC) is a community development initiative, supported by the United Way of Toronto and implemented in the Bathurst-Finch neighbourhood by Unison Health and Community Services. Our goal is to bring people who live and work in our neighbourhood together to make our neighbourhood even a better place to live. ANC provides opportunities for residents who would like to: Get together and know each other and our neighbourhood better; Come together and create a shared vision of …
Date & Time: Mondays, 10am-12pm
A weekly therapeutic art program led by experienced instructors for adults with developmental and/or psychiatric disabilities. Registration is required. Tokens may be provided.
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This program is for parents or caregivers and their child from birth to age one year. Each session starts with singing with baby and its followed by a discussion on a topic such as infant health, development and nutrition or issues faced by new parents. The program ends with a snack and opportunity to connect with other participants. Childcare is available and TTC tokens are provided if participants come by bus or subway. Baby and Me is now also offered …
Date & Time: Thursdays, 9:00am-2:00pm
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.
Date & Time: Intake hours are Monday to Friday, from 9:00am to 3:00pm. We break for lunch each day from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. Please call to make an appointment. Urgent matters will be seen on a drop-in basis, subject to availability.
Our legal team provides free advice and representation for residents who meet financial and geographical eligibility criteria, in the following areas of law: Tenant issues Social assistance Human rights Employment issues Government pensions Immigration Notarization and Commissioning of legal documents. Clients must live within the former City of York in Toronto and some financial criteria also apply. Please see the map to check if you live in our catchment area To find a legal clinic near you, please visit the …