The Hub is a new community resource that provides programs and services responding to community needs and interests. It also provides meeting space for residents. The Hub is envisioned as a neighbourhood meeting place that is locally responsive and accessible to the diversity of people living in the neighbourhood.
The Victoria Village Action for Neighbourhood Change (ANC) is based at the Hub. ANC is a United Way Toronto funded project, with Working Women Community Centre.
Six other organizations are based out of The Victoria Park Hub:Â Â
Better Living Health and Community Services offers services that include Community Care, Long-term Care, Leisurely Activities and Back Offices Support.
The Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture (CCVT) aids survivors to overcome the lasting effects of torture and war.
Family Services Toronto (FST) provides counselling, education, advocacy and system navigation for older people and their caregivers who are facing a range of challenges
East Toronto Chinese Baptist Church is a warm and welcoming community that enables people to share experiences and grow as they journey together.
Community Living Toronto has been a source of support for thousands of individuals with an intellectual disability searching for accessible and meaningful ways to live in the community.
REH’MA Community Services’ mission and prime objective is to improve the quality of life for Muslim seniors, women, and newcomers to Canada.