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Margaret's Housing and Community Support Services

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Former Name Margaret Frazer House (2012)
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Toronto Downtown East
Address & Map
301 Broadview Ave
Toronto, ON M4M 2G8
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Intersection Broadview Ave and Gerrard St E
Physical Access Office not accessible ; Some facilities wheelchair accessible - call for details
Description and Services
Description (Service) Community and Outreach Support -- crisis support including safe beds, respite bed for caregivers, food, clothing and shoe bank * psychiatric assessment and monitoring, short-term support * warm line

Housing Services -- 24 hour staff supported transitional housing * semi-supported independent units in the community

Mental Health and Justice Program -- information, referral and advocacy * accompaniment * life skills training

See separate listings for Margaret's Toronto East Drop-In at 323 Dundas St E, and Yonge/Bloor 24-hour Respite Site at 21 Park Rd
Hours Transitional housing and warm Line -- Mon-Sun 24 hours * all other programs -- Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) - 65 year(s) 
Women 18-65 years who are experiencing mental illness -- contact intake for specific program or service details
Application Professional, hospital, family or self referral * supportive housing -- apply through Access Point, call 1-888-640-1934 or visit to complete application * all other referrals contact intake
Languages English ; Staff speak a variety of languages
Fees Housing rental fee geared to income
Service Categories Adult Out of Home Respite Care ; Community Mental Health Agencies ~ Women ; In Person Crisis Intervention ~ Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities ~ Women ; Jail Diversion Programs for Mentally Ill Offenders ~ Women ; Mental Health Crisis Lines ~ Women ; Mental Health Evaluation ~ Women ; Programs for Offenders with Mental Disabilities ; Psychiatric Case Management ~ Women ; Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities ~ Mental Illness/Emotional Disabilities ; Transitional Housing for Mental Health
Contact Information
Office Phone 416-463-1481
Fax 416-461-4866
Primary Contact Anna Stranges, Program Director; Phone: 416-463-1481 ext 117; Email:
Primary Executive Diane Walter, Executive Director; Phone: 416-463-1481 ext 108; Email:

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