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Organization: Ve'ahavta  
Phone Numbers: 416-964-7698
Toll-Free: 1-877-582-5472
Fax: 416-964-6582
200 Bridgeland Ave, Unit D
Toronto, ON
M6A 1Z4
Intersection: Dufferin St and Hwy 401
Hours: Office -- Mon-Thu 9 am-5 pm, Fri 9 am-3:30 pm * Street Outreach -- Mon-Thu, Sat 6 pm-12 midnight, Sun 12 am noon-6 pm
Executives: Cari Kozierok - Executive Director
Contacts: Marni Herskovits - Director of Community Poverty Relief
Service Description: Mobile Jewish Response to Homelessness (MJRH) -- van delivers essential supplies including food, clothing and toiletries to homeless persons

Ve'ahavta Street Academy (VSA) -- a 9-week essential life skills and pre-employment skills program include classroom workshops, vocational assessments and case management sessions

Building Foundations for Women (BFW) -- an 8-week life skills and personal development program * supports women experiencing poverty and other life challenges to build stable and active lives and move toward their employment and education goals

Member agency of Toronto Drop-in Network (TDIN)

Application: Call or drop-in
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals who have experienced poverty, marginalization or homelessness
Age: 16.00 years and older
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Durham West, East York, Etobicoke, North Etobicoke, Malton, West Woodbridge, North York, Scarborough, Scarborough North, Scarborough South, South Etobicoke, Toronto, York - Toronto  
See Also: Street Outreach

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