Covenant House Toronto provides a wide range of services and support under one roof. The shelter educates and advocates for change to help at-risk, homeless, and trafficked youth.
Youth Without Shelter is an emergency residence and referral agency serving homeless youth. It is “dedicated to providing shelter and support programs for homeless youth ages 16-24.”
Dans La Rue helps homeless and at-risk youth. The shelter cares for youth’s “immediate needs and helps them acquire the skills and resources needed to lead more autonomous and rewarding lives.
En Marge 12-17 is open at all hours to youth currently on the streets. More than a roof and meal, the shelter offers an alternative to the streets for both French and English speakers
Kingston Youth Shelter offers a variety of services to homeless/precariously housed youth between the ages of 16-24. Its services “help youth stabilizes, develop, and work towards their goals for independent living.”
Youth Opportunities Unlimited provides a caring place for youth to build skills, confidence and independence. Helping youth reach their potential through education, training and employment. Shelter currently under construction!
Good Shepherd Youth Services provides a vast array of youth services and operates three shelters for youth: Notre Dame House, Regina’s Place (for young mothers and their children), and Brennan House (for youth with complex mental health issues). They help homeless youth cope with issues like poverty, family conflicts, and mental health. Along with emergency shelters and transitional housing, they also provide support programs involving education and counselling.
Wesley Youth Housing focuses on guiding youth ages 16-21 towards living independently. Its two-step program ensures that youth have a safe apartment and necessary life skills before providing them the opportunity to practice separately.