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At The Neighbourhood Group, we are committed to providing our community with high-quality care and services. With the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, we will approach all decisions thoughtfully, taking into account advice from Public Health authorities, based on the best evidence available. We hope to resume our regular practices as soon as it is safe to do so. For now, you can call us and we will do our best to get you any help you need. Please continue to visit our website for updates.
- The Neighbourhood Group will be re-opening our programs and services slowly and safely. As we begin one-to-one appointments with clients there will be no group larger than 6 people to allow enough space for the recommended 6 ft. distancing.
- All staff and clients will be screened daily online or on paper with contact information kept for tracking purposes.
- Staff will wear a face mask when working with colleagues or clients.
- Frequent hand washing will be done or use hand sanitizer if washing is not possible
The following programs/services are operating with recommended screening and safety precautions in place:
Community Personal Support Workers – face to face and by phone
Children’s Club & Kick Start After-School Program – face to face, by phone and online
Daycare – 349 Ontario Street and Winchester Public School
Supportive Housing – face to face and by phone
Home At Last Coordination – face to face and by phone
Food Bank – face to face and by phone
Meals on Wheels – face to face and by phone
Pui Hong and Mandarin Programs – face to face, by phone and online
PAID – face to face and by phone (3036 Danforth Avenue only)
Tax Clinic – face to face and by phone
Transportation – face to face and by phone
Services over the phone and online:
Case Management – by phone only
Housing Access Support – by phone only
Seniors Intake – by phone only
Social and Safety Friendly Visiting – by phone only
Youth Outreach Workers – by phone and online
Employment Counselling and Workshops – by phone and online
Moving Forward – by phone and online
New Knowledge, New Steps – by phone and online
Youth Works – by phone and online
Conversation Circles & Healthy Life Styles – by phone and online
The following programs are closed:
Central Neighbourhood House – 416.925.4363
Friday Night Social Space
Stroke Survivors Club and TIME Program
Neighbourhood Link Support Services – 416.691.7407
Adult Day Program (11 Main Street)
Community Dinner at 10 Gower
Congregate Dining/Community Programs- 11 Coatsworth Crescent, 2802 Danforth Avenue, 828 Kingston Road and 14 Amroth Avenue
Resource and Information Centre
Important Sources of Information
211 Ontario – find programs and services in your community
If you have signs or symptoms, call Telehealth Ontario 1.866.797.0000