Housing Services

Working to enhance the well-being of the most vulnerable in our community

Dixon Hall’s Housing Services department has been providing shelter services for the homeless and vulnerably housed in the city of Toronto for more than two decades.

We respond to the immediate housing needs of those who require our services and we work with individuals to assist them in improving their overall quality of life.

Main Office

58 Sumach St. Toronto, ON M5A 3J7


David Reycraft, Housing Services Director
e. david.reycraft@dixonhall.org

Haydar Shouly, Senior Manager, Shelters & Shelter Programs-Housing Services
e. haydar.shouly@dixonhall.org

Heyworth House
Address: 2714 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON ON M4C 1L7
Phone: 416-691-0012
Email: chris.snodgrass@dixonhall.org

Address: 349 George Street, Toronto, ON M5A 2N2
Phone: 416-960-9240
Email: haydar.shouly@dixonhall.org

Dixon Hall 24hr Respite Center
Address: 351 Lake Shore Blvd East, Toronto, ON M5A 1C1
Phone: 416-864-4490

354 George Street
Address: 354 George Street, Toronto, ON M5A 2N3
Phone: 647-888-1014

Strathcona Hotel
Address: 60 York Street, Toronto, ON M5J 1S8
Phone: 647-888-3371

Hotel Victoria
Address: 56 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5E 1G5
Phone: 416-909-0141

Bond Place Hotel
Address: 65 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON M5B 2G8
Phone (general inquiries): 416-688-3716
Phone (for immediate assistance): 416-688-5014
Email: Bondplacehotel@dixonhall.org

Invaluable support is provided to men and women in the community who are homeless or formerly homeless through assistance in preparing for housing, finding adequate housing and receiving necessary supports once housed.

Long established partnerships with housing providers in the city help ensure that the people we serve can find appropriate housing while receiving support with budgeting advice, health promotion, income maintenance, conflict resolution and eviction prevention.

A Tuesday Night Dinner and a Friday Morning Breakfast program at 58 Sumach St. aims to improve food security by providing access to healthy food in a community setting on a weekly basis. Volunteers help cook and serve food to participants.

Volunteer opportunities are available. Visit our Volunteer department for details.

Harm Reduction is a central tenet and principle that guides all of the work we do to create more opportunities for stable housing.

Our Harm Reduction workers support those in our shelters and in our housing programs by providing training, workshops, referrals and contemporary knowledge imparted in a compassionate and supportive manner.

Visit www.canadianharmreduction.com to learn more about Harm Reduction.

Latest News

Dixon Hall Housing Services Supporting Clients at Bond Place Hotel
Housing Services, News
22 Sep

Dixon Hall Housing Services Supporting Clients at Bond Place Hotel

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Housing Services, Neighbourhood Services, News
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Following on the successes of the work done by our Housing Department’s Rooming House Project, Dixon Hall is thrilled to...

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Housing Services, Music School, Neighbourhood Services, News, Seniors Services, Stories
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