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FST hosts two vital anti-poverty campaigns: national and Ontario Campaign 2000: End Child and Family Poverty. Both campaigns are leading forces in Canada’s anti-poverty movement, promoting partnership, research, public awareness and policy change in order to eradicate child and family poverty. The campaign is non-partisan, working with all parties at all levels of government in partnership with 120 national partners and 70 provincial partners. Campaign 2000 and coalition partners across Canada publish annual report cards on child and family poverty and work to ensure the issues and solutions are featured in the media and accessible to communities ready to take action in order to end poverty for good.

Campaign 2000
Social Action

Programs and Services

Programmes en Français
Appointments and Frequently Asked Questions
Campaign 2000
Caring for Caregivers
Families in Transition
Growing Up Healthy Downtown
Healthy Families. Healthy Communities
Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Options – Adults
Options – Children
Partner Assault Response
Partner Contact
Pat’s Place
Person Directed Planning
Seniors and Caregivers
Seniors Community Connections
Social Action
Transitional and Housing Support
Violence Against Women
Walk-In Counselling