Dixon Hall and Mid-Toronto Community Services have officially joined together!
As of January 2, 2014, our newly merged organizations will be providing a continuum of quality care for our urban communities. Over the coming months, look for exciting changes and updates about our new organization.
Together, we look forward to a bright future providing excellent programs and services, and exemplary care for our urban communities. We will work tirelessly, just as we always have, to ensure our downtown neighbourhoods thrive, achieve, dream and live with dignity,
Our commitment is to:
- Continue to provide the same high quality care through our combined programs
- Expand our services for seniors including helping more people and growing our programs
- Provide culturally-inclusive, accessible services to all groups
We welcome your thoughts and questions, so please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 416.863.0499
Stay tuned for more exciting news about our integration....
Providing Choices & Improving Quality of Life for Older Adults
Mid-Toronto Community Services is a not-for-profit organization that is inclusive and responsive to the needs of seniors and adults living with disabilities or illness by providing programs and services to promote healthy and independent living.
2008 Atkinson Fellow Judy Steed spent a year documenting the most pressing implications of our aging society. Her week-long multimedia series of insights and portraits is linked here. Mid-Toronto is highlighted as a miracle-maker in Ontario's Aging at Home strategy in this article linked here.
Our Executive Director, Kaarina Luoma, spoke with Rose Foley at the CBC. Please click on the link to hear this piece on CBC’s Metro Morning.
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