OCAP | Looking for Housing?
Ontario Coalition Against Poverty is a direct action anti-poverty organization that fights for more shelter beds, social housing, and a raise in social assistance rates.
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We are unable to help people find housing or provide a housing list. But here are links to housing lists and resources that you can access.

The Toronto Affordable Housing List can be found here.

Housing Help Centres

These groups may be able to help you find housing. If you are already working with a community agency, they may also have housing workers who can help you.

Albion Neighbourhood Services
Etobicoke Housing Help Centre
21 Panorama Ct

COSTI – North York Housing Help Centre
1700 Wilson Ave, Ste 114

East York Housing Help Centre
71 Gough Ave

Flemingdon Park Housing Help Centre
10 Gateway Blvd, Ste 104

Scarborough Housing Help Centre
2500 Lawrence Ave E, Unit 205

West Toronto Housing Help Services
2333 Dundas St W, Ste 404
(no Rent Bank services)

WoodGreen Homelessness and Housing Help Services
416-645-6000 x2500
650 Queen St E

Unison Health and Community Services
1651 Keele St

Public Housing
Toronto Housing Connections

Maintains a housing waiting list for TCHC buildings and other subsidized housing. The list is years long but you could be put on the priority list if you are fleeing domestic violence, or terminally ill. Regardless, it makes sense to get on it now because it is really cheap rent – especially for people on social assistance – just don’t bank on getting in any time soon.

Tenant information resources can be found on our links page.