Programs by Location

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Programs by Locations

1245 Danforth Avenue

This site also offers supports for people with ongoing health concerns such as diabetes, prediabetes, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and cancer. Programs offering services here include; Diabetes Education Network of East Toronto (DECNET) and Diabetes Eye Screening Program (DESP). Other services include chiropody, physiotherapy, dietitians, diabetes programs (education, diet and nutrition, foot care, eye exams, counseling, prediabetes management, training and peer programming).

City Wide Programs

Programs and services offered to clients virtually and at partner sites across the Toronto Region

Crescent Town, 2-14 The Market Pl

Crescent Town Club is located in Taylor Massey near the intersection of Danforth and Victoria Park. Seniors Active Living Center-Harmony Hall offers services from the Crescent Town Club location in English and Bengali. There are programs for seniors aged 65+ and disabled adults, including DECNET (Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto), seniors wellness, recreational programs, health and wellness programs, information sessions, newcomer senior support, social programs and social services.

Harmony Hall, 2 Gower St.

2 Gower St. is home to a Seniors Active Living Centre and Community Food Centre including multiple-language and language-specific services and programs for seniors aged 65+, including DECNET (Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto), seniors wellness, recreational programs, health and wellness programs, and access to safety information, social programs, and social services. As well as offers meal supports, cooking skills, nutrition, culturally appropriate supports, social skills, community meals, food security, education and garden programs.


Mobile programs and services include transportation, outreach and safer supply distribution are mostly offered in East Toronto.

Moss Park, 134 Sherbourne St

134 Sherbourne St. is Moss Park Consumption Treatment Services, an overdose prevention site that also provides clients with harm reduction, wraparound, holistic care, wellness, counselling, addictions programs, referrals, social work, mental health supports, street / mobile outreach and Indigenous health.

South Riverdale Community Health Centre, 955 Queen Street East

955 Queen St. E: A range of health services and free programs for all ages. Includes access to family doctors, dietitians, and mental health and addictions services for adults including a safe consumption site, seniors, and families. Health promotion including offerings specific to language and culture, as well as self-management, recreation, food access and environmental health with seasonal garden programs all make up a holistic approach to wellness.


Programs and appointments offered virtually and over the phone. These include social recreational group programs and individual appointments with either social workers, dietitians and family doctors.