WE’RE STILL OPEN AND WE’RE HERE TO HELP

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  • We continue to provide services to families through regular check-ins and provision of concrete assistance whenever needed.
  • We continue to support the foster and customary care community with increased financial assistance and additional resources for children and youth during COVID-19.
  • We continue to provide parenting support (Ninoshe) services for enrolled families.
  • The Ode’l Min Health Clinic is now operating virtually every Monday for community consults.
  • The Tikinagan Pre-Post Natal team continues to serve expecting and recent community mothers and families.
  • Holistic Healing Services is providing support to community members through video or telephone counselling. Please call Intake services at 416-969-8510 ext. 3290.
  • Food support, crafts, medicine bundles and educational packages are available to community members, who can contact their workers to receive resources.
  • Scarborough Child and Family Life Centre is available to community members by appointment only. If youth need support, contact:
    • Youth Outreach Worker: 416-275-1790.
    • Youth Justice Worker: 437-216-9873.
    • These workers are available between 9-5.
    • For emergency after-hours assistance, please contact our response number at 416-969-8510.
  • Virtual programming is being offered on Instagram for Aboriginal EarlyON and Aboriginal Head Start programs:
  • As of Monday, April 20, the Native Youth Resource Centre (NYRC) is closed at 655 Bloor Street West and relocating to Head Office at 30 College Street. We are still providing services by appointment only at 30 College. If youth need assistance, they can call their primary Youth Worker through our Response Number at 416-969-8510 ext. 4119. Additionally, workers are available from 9-5 on weekdays:
    • Youth in Transition Worker: 416-892-4589
    • Housing Advocate Worker: 437-217-3278
    • Education and Employment Case Manager: 437-237-4826
    • Youth Justice Worker: 416-722-5476
    • Youth Outreach Worker: 416-894-9760
    • For further updates, please follow our youth accounts on Instagram:

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In this time of crisis, it is important to be vigilant about the safety of children and families in our communities. If any member of the public or a professional has a concern about the safety and/or well-being of a child or youth under 18, they should immediately contact us at (416) 969-8510.

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto strives to provide a life of quality, well-being, caring and healing for children and families in the Toronto Native Community.

We do this by creating a service model that is culture-based and respects the values of Native people, the extended family, and the right to self-determination.