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Organization: Dr Roz's Healing Place  
Phone Numbers: 416-264-0823
TTY: 416-265-4755
Crisis: 416-264-4357 ; 416-264-HELP
Fax: 416-264-9158
Email: counsel99@bellnet.ca
Website: drrozshealingplace.com
Address:
Cliffcrest Plaza
Box 88027
Toronto, ON
M1M 3W1
Street Address:
Toronto  
Hours: Shelter -- Mon-Sun 24 hours * administration -- Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Executives: Roz Roach - Executive Director
416-264-0823 ext 233 * rozroach@drrozshealingplace.com
Public Contacts: Pilar Martin - Program Director
416-264-0823 ext 229 * pilarmartin@drrozshealingplace.com
Service Description: Emergency shelter * capacity 33 * telephone crisis counselling * support * advocacy * individual and group counselling * counselling and recreation for children * referrals * ex-resident follow up and support * Transitional Worker -- assists residents and women in the community in finding housing, job search training and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes

Building Opportunities for Women (BOW) -- assistance with resume writing, interview preparation, job search, academic advancement and school programs, computer training, skills development and life skills

VIBE (Violence Intervention Breakthrough Empowerment) -- prevention program offered in-house, in schools and communities * music interactive therapy, academic support, group sessions, leadership and mentoring, and recreational activities

Fees: None
Application: Call first for details on vacancies and admission procedure
Eligibility / Target Population: Abused women and their children * Building Opportunities for Women (BOW) -- women who have experienced abuse * VIBE -- abused children and at-risk youth 11-19 years
Languages: English * French * Chinese (Cantonese) * Dari * Farsi * Hindi * Italian * Spanish * Tamil * Urdu
Language Notes: interpretation available
Area Served:
Toronto (Old Toronto) and Scarborough South Health Sub-Region  
See Also: Adult Survivors of Abuse
Crisis Intervention
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Shelters, Transitional Housing and Drop-in Centres for Women

This information was last completely updated on December 11, 2018

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