The Neighbourhood Group is a Toronto based charitable organization representing a fusion between:
Together, our vibrant, multi-service agency provides a wide range of programs and services that create opportunities to improve and enhance peoples’ lives and to help them live independently and with dignity.
The Neighbourhood Group offers a combined 146-year history providing childcare, youth programs, settlement services, seniors care, employment programs and more.
We serve some of our city’s most vulnerable groups including frail seniors, at-risk children, youth and their families, people who are homeless or underhoused and those searching for employment. Our recent accreditation award from CARF Canada further exemplifies our dedication to outstanding performance and quality of care. CARF Accreditation >
This year we faced unprecedented challenges and have come together to continue building thriving neighbourhoods welcoming to all. Learn more about how our staff provide incredible care with heart, resilience, and creativity in our Annual Report.
Central Neighbourhood House located in the downtown east end serves people of Toronto who are affected by poverty, isolation, and/or marginalization. We view those that we serve not only as program participants but as co-innovators, collaborators, neighbours, citizens, residents, and most of all, people who are valued.
Neighbourhood Link Support Services is a non-profit support service agency working to help newcomers, youth, unemployed, seniors and the marginally housed, primarily in the east Toronto community to live independently and with dignity. www.neighbourhoodlink.org
St. Stephen’s Community House is a secular multi-service agency that serves people across the city of Toronto by tackling the pressing issues of hunger, homelessness, unemployment, isolation, conflict, violence, HIV and AIDS, youth alienation and the integration of immigrants. www.sschto.ca
Accredited by CARF Canada since June 2015, this accomplishment represents a strong collaboration between The Neighbourhood Group staff, volunteers and Board members who are dedicated to serving our clients in a manner that respects their individual needs and their wish to live independently and with dignity in their own homes.
We were acknowledged for our exemplary work with stakeholder engagement particularly with the Bright Ideas Symposium where individuals are empowered to affect change in their communities.