Art gallery coming to FST neighbourhood

Family Service Toronto will soon welcome one of the city's major cultural attractions and trend-setting neighbour to its new Sterling Road location.

The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art has announced plans to relocate from Queen Street West to the Tower Automotive Building at 158 Sterling Rd., just north of FST's new administrative and counselling offices.

The landmark building, granted heritage designation by the city in 2005, has been vacant and in decline since the departure of an auto-parts factory in 2006. It will be restored by developers Castlepoint Numa in association with ERA Architects.

Click here to read about the first of the Globe and Mail's series on MOCCA's move to Sterling.

FST releases 2014-15 Annual Report

FST's new 2014-15 Annual Report highlights the many celebrations, activities and achievements of our Centennial year in 2014. It also features information about the programs and services offered over the past fiscal year ending March 31, 2015 and accounts for all monies spent by the organization.

As required, the accounts and financial transactions are audited by an independent auditor appointed by FST's Board of Directors. The audited financial statements were received at our Annual General Meeting on June 17, 2015.

A Century of Community Service - a booklet highlighting our 100 years of work and accomplishments from 1914-2014 - is also available for download as a PDF or online reading.

Plan ahead for FST visits during Games

Family Service Toronto will maintain regular hours during the Pan Am Games from July 10 to July 26 and the Parapan Am Games from Aug. 7 to Aug. 15. 

During the Games, and especially in rush hour, the Greater Toronto Area will be busier than usual and restrictions will be in effect from June 29 to Aug. 18. Traffic measures such as temporary High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes and parking restrictions may affect travel times to our locations.

Be sure to plan ahead and take steps to avoid delays and missed appointments. Clients should consult with their counsellor if appointment times need to be adjusted. Traffic plans are subject to change, so be sure to visit the Games traffic site for the latest information.

FST opens new Sterling Road office

Family Service Toronto has relocated its central downtown office to 128A Sterling Road in the city's west end.

Our 355 Church Street location has closed for redevelopment until late 2017 and most downtown programs have relocated to our new location which is two blocks west of Lansdowne Avenue between Bloor Street West and Dundas Street West. Limited parking is available onsite.

Further information on TTC access is available on our Office Locations page.
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Free counselling on Wednesdays

Free counselling has resumed at our new Sterling Road office.

Family Service Toronto is offering walk-in sessions for those in need of immediate or urgent counselling one night per week.

The sessions are offered on a first-come first-served basis at 202-128A Sterling Road on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. to individuals, couples and families. All members of the community are welcome with no restrictions based on age or address. Please arrive by 6:15 p.m. at the latest.

No appointment or referral is required. Counselling is offered in English. Some of our counsellors are fluent in other languages (French, Mandarin, Farsi, Spanish and possibly other languages; to confirm call 416-595-9618).

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