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Organization: Good Shepherd Ministries - Good Shepherd Centre  
Phone Numbers: 416-869-3619
Fax: 416-869-0510
Website: www.goodshepherd.ca
Address:
412 Queen St E
Toronto, ON
M5A 1T3
Intersection: Parliament St and Queen St E
Executives: David Lynch - Executive Director
Aklilu Wendaferew - Assistant Executive Director
Contacts: Tom Liss - Director of Shelter and Hospitality Services
Service Description: Services for the homeless and disadvantaged

Meal program for persons who are homeless or disadvantaged Monday-Sunday 2-4 pm * Drop-In Program Monday-Sunday 9-11 am * coffee and snacks * men's clothing distributed 9-11 am, usually Monday-Friday -- call for details

Medical clinic for persons who are homeless * Monday-Friday -- hours vary, call for details

Overnight shelter for men 18 years and older * registration/intake Monday-Sunday 5:30-5:45 pm * capacity 96 * must vacate premises during the day * call for admission and discharge criteria

Housing workers/resettlement/crisis intervention counselling -- Monday-Friday, by appointment only

AApricot (Addiction Assessment Psychotherapy Referral in Community of Toronto) program, 416-869-3619 ext 238 -- assess, motivate and refer underserved substance users to appropriate services * Wednesdays 9 am-6 pm * operates in partnership with Fred Victor (see separate entry) and community physicians

CATCH (Co-ordinated Access to Care for the Homeless) --for persons who are homeless and not connected to services, with or without mental health or addiction problems * referrals through Medical clinic -- call for details

DARE (Drug and Alcohol Recovery Enrichment) Program -- for homeless adult men waiting to enter or who have completed a substance abuse rehabilitation program * referral by detox, rehabilitation centre or social service agency preferred * abstinence-based program

Leave the Streets Behind, 416-869-3619 ext 280 -- case management for homeless veterans * partnership with Veterans Affairs Canada

Pastoral Care Program -- counselling and support to meet spiritual needs * Monday-Friday 9-5

Fees: None
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Homeless and disadvantaged people
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Durham Region, East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, York - Toronto  
See Also: Alcohol and Drug Addiction Assessment and Treatment
Clothing and Household Items
Crisis Intervention
Family Medical Centres
Hospitality Meals
Housing Referral and Rights
Shelters and Drop-in Centres for Adults
Veterans

This information was last completely updated on June 7, 2016

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