Family Service Toronto

Charity address and neighbourhood:

202 – 128A Sterling Rd
Parkdale
Toronto
ON
M6R2B7

Introduction

1. Changing Lives – Provide Counselling, Education Seminars And Support For Individuals And Families Coping With Issues Including Separation/Divorce, Depression, Sexual Orientation And Senior Care. 2. Family Violence – Provide Individual And Group Counseling For People Experiencing Family Violence. 3. Social Action And Community Building – Advocate For Social Policies And Programs To Eliminate Child And Family Poverty. Work With Immigrant, Refugee And Marginalized Groups To Build Strong Healthy Communities. 4. Options, Passport – Provide Support Services For Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities And Their Families. 5. Integrated Workpace Solutions – Substance Abuse Professional Services Program. 6. Knowledge Building – Manage Organizational Program Planning And Evaluation, The Student Placement Program And Research Initiatives.

CRA Certified charity

Charitable Organization

Welfare

Providing care, no treatment

Family Service Toronto Overview
$42,355,763

Total revenue

$42,638,931

Total expenses

$4,978,952

Total liabilities

$20,133,222

Total assets

Charity Needs

Key stats

Headquarters: 202 – 128A Sterling Rd
Neighbourhood: Parkdale
Number of employees: $168
Full-time employees: $61
Part-time employees: $107
Registered: 1967-01-01
CRA business registration number (BN): 107376063RR0001

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