Housing

Find an Apartment

Below are links to websites where you can search for apartments in Toronto

Students Housing Co-op
Padmapper
Apartment Corner 
Rent Seeker
Gotta Rent
Easy Roommate
Neill-Wycik Student Housing Co-op
Campus Common
Search 4 Student Housing
Rent Compass
Rent Compass Mobile App

Student Homestay Services Inc.

Student Homestay Services Inc. (SHS) provides homestay to students coming to Toronto.
Homestay is a great way to get accustomed to a new place without paying expensive hotel bills or making long term financial commitments by renting a room

Website: http://www.homestayservices.ca/
Contact: Eve
Tel: 416-480-0678
Fax: 416-484-3061
Email: shs@homestayservices.ca

RentCompass

RentCompass is the first and most popular service for finding rentals in Canada on iPhone, iPad and Android

Website Rent Compass: http://www.rentcompass.com/
Contact: SAMIR
Tel: 647-286-6250
Emailsamir@rentcompass.com

Emergency Supports

Fire

For emergencies Call 911
City of Toronto Fire Prevention, or for Fire Prevention inquiries by telephone:
North Command (North York) 416-338-9150
East Command (Scarborough, East York) 416-338-9250
South Command (Toronto) 416-338-9350
West Command (York, Etobicoke) 416-338-9450
Website: City of Toronto Fire Prevention

Police

For emergencies and crimes in progress Call 911
For general and non-urgent inquires Call 416-808-2222
Website: Toronto Police Service

Ambulance

Need an ambulance? Call 911

Distress & Others

Poison Information 416-813-5900
Distress Centre of Toronto 416-408-4357
Kids Helpline 1-800-668-6868
Parent Helpline 1-888-603-9100
Telecare Distress Centre Etobicoke 416-247-5426

Health

Walk in Clinic

Location: 292 Main Street (Danforth Avenue & Main Street)
Phone: 416 699 3619

Toronto East General Hospital

Location: 825 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto, ON
Phone: 416-461-8272
Directions from School Map Link

Counselling

Family Services

Family Service Toronto (FST) helps people face a wide variety of life challenges. For almost 100 years, they have been assisting families and individuals through counseling, community development, advocacy and public education programs. Their services are available to everyone who lives or works in Toronto.

Service Access Unit: 416-595-9618
Office: 416-595-9230
Fax: 416-595-0242
Email: sau@familyservicetoronto.org
Website: http://www.familyservicetoronto.org/
Address: 3202-128A Sterling Road, Toronto, ON, M6P 0A1
Location : Between Bloor and Dundas, 2 blocks west of Lansdowne Avenue (other locations in Scarborough, Etobicoke, Lakeshore, and North York)
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm * evening appointments available
Languages of service: English ; Italian ; Spanish ; Hungarian ; Portuguese ; Somali ; Hindi ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Farsi ; Tamil ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Edo ; not all languages available for all programs
Eligibility: Anyone living or working in City of Toronto, regardless of age, cultural background, race or sexual orientation, including children * particularly individuals and families with low incomes in need
How to apply: Call Service Access Unit 416-595-9618 to discuss available programs and arrange appointment
More information at: http://www.211toronto.ca/

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Emergency Department)

There is help : CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues. WALK IN 24 hrs

Office: 416-979-6885
Fax: 416-979-6902
Website: http://www.camh.ca/en/hospital/Pages/home.aspx
Location: 250 College St., Toronto, ON M5T 1R8
Hours: Mon – Sun 24 hrs
Languages: English, French – interpreters may be available for other language
How to apply: Walk – in (24 hrs)