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2-1-1 for services located throughout the greater Toronto area
East Metro Youth Services
Foodlink Hunger Hotline (referrals to foodbanks & food programs)
If you are under 16 and need help or know a child in need of protectionChildren's Aid Society of Toronto
Catholic Children's Aid Society
Native Child & Family Services
Distress Centre Scarborough
Public Health Youth Clinics
Uninsured Clinics (For those without an OHIP card)
416-431-8200 ext 6646
3000 Lawrence Ave E, 2nd floor
Drop in Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Scarborough Housing Help Centre
2500 Lawrence Ave East at Midland Ave.
Drop In Every Tuesday
Metro Housing Connections
Subsidized Housing Applications
Second Base Youth Shelter
702 Kennedy Rd. South of Eglinton
Legal Aid Ontario
1921 Eglinton Ave. East
Scarborough Community Legal Services
695 Markham Rd.
2425 Eglinton Ave E.
Finch & Tapscott Office
Call Toronto Health Connections at 416 338-7600, to locate prenatal or parenting programs in your area or to arrange to meet a friendly home visitor or nutritionist.East Toronto Family Resouce Centre
416-686-3390 ext 334
Ontario Early Years Centres
Located throughout Scarborough, for kids under 6 years old. Free. Just drop in.
Call 1-866-821-7770 for a location nearest you.
Time Out for Teen Moms
Warden Woods Community Centre
West Hill Community Services
YWCA Family Support Centre
YWCA Teen Moms Group