Matthew House

Charity address and neighbourhood:

981 Dundas Street West
Little Portugal


Our Primary Goal Is To Restore Refugees‚Etm Dignity By Providing Shelter And Support In A Welcoming. Home-Like Setting. We Ensure That Their Indivudual Needs Are Met And Empower Refugees To Restart Their Lives In Canada. We Provide Emotional And Physical Support To Help Residents Heal From Their Journey And Establish New Lives In Canada. Our Services Are Offered In English & French As Well As Native Languages. We Offer And Orientation To Toronto With Things Like Opening A Bank Account And Enrolling In School. We Have One Reception House And Three Long-Term Transition Homes Where Additional Care And Support Are Provided. We Support And Mentor Youth Through Their Entire Settlement Journey And Set Them Up To Live Successfully On Their Own. We Encourage & Assist Other Groups To Establish Similar Homes For Refugees.

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Headquarters: 981 Dundas Street West
Neighbourhood: Little Portugal
Number of employees: 18
Full-time employees: 8
Part-time employees: 10
Registered: 1993-02-01 0:00
CRA business registration number (BN): 891152944RR0001

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