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FST marks AccessAbility Week

Family Service Toronto joins efforts to increase accessibility and inclusion as it celebrates Canadians with disabilities during National AccessAbility Week from May 28 to June 3. FST believes all Canadians… Continue reading FST marks AccessAbility Week

FST sites now fully open

Family Service Toronto offices are now fully open. Onsite services have resumed at our downtown location at 355 Church Street, west-end location at 128A Sterling Road, and our east-end location… Continue reading FST sites now fully open

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From May 28 to June 3, Family Service Toronto is celebrating National AccessAbility week. We celebrate all Canadians, embracing their diverse abilities and promoting efforts to improve accessibility and inclusion everywhere.
#NAAW2023 #AccessibleCanada

📢Register today for @Campaign2000 @publicjustice & @CWP_CSP’s three-part virtual roundtable series on #poverty & #humanrights on June 14, 15 & 16. Connect with orgs + individuals dedicated to #endingpoverty from across the country!… #cdnpoli #Agenda2030

On June 8, join our Queer Existence & Resistance collaborative art event at 355 Church street. Everyone is invited to celebrate the unique and diverse identities of the LGBTQ+ community. Learn more:…
#Pride2023 #QueerExistenceandResistance

Our doors are open to in-person services at all our locations: Downtown at 355 Church Street, west-end at 128A Sterling Road and east-end at 1527 Victoria Park. Learn more at:…


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Healthy Families. Healthy Communities
Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
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Pat’s Place
Person Directed Planning
Queer and Connected
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Transitional and Housing Support
Violence Against Women
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