This brief section provides us with essential, sometimes lifesaving, phone numbers for easy reference when we need them most. We have included emergency numbers as well as help lines for family, children's or personal assistance.
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FREE information about services in Toronto-York-Durham.
Confidential reporting line for TDSB students.
Legal clinic serving kids younger than 18.
Call immediately if your child has ingested any poisonous substance.
Call us if you have a fire emergency!
Confidential child protection services.
Information for new mothers on a variety of topics
Healthy Babies, Healthy Children. Call for more information.
Provides necessary services for children in need.
Call 24 hours. Help available for family related issues.
Gives you the necessary info about birth certificates.
Canada's only toll-free, national, bilingual, phone and web counselling, referral and information service for children and youth. Every day, professional counsellors provide immediate, caring support to young people in urban and rural communities across the country.
Canada’s one-stop shop for comprehensive consumer information.
The NON-emergency number for the Toronto Police Service.
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Providing the best emergency medical assistance.
Dedicated to the search for abducted and runaway children.
Gives you info on child tax benefits.
Free parenting programs for every age and stage.
Have a question for the federal government? We can help.
Provides services to Jewish families in need.
Complete transit information 24 hours a day.
Employment insurance telephone information services.
Specially trained experienced, breastfeeding mothers answer breastfeeding questions.
Offers help to families on how to keep children safe.
When you have an emergency in Toronto just dial 9-1-1.
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