Delta Family Resource Centre

Delta Family Resource Centre

Home Agency Service

COVID19 Virtual and telephone services available; contact for update on availability of in-person services
  • remote telephone counselling and support for youth, seniors and families; for crisis and family counselling, call counsellors directly at 416-540-7780; 647-528-6016; 416-527-3554
  • racialized families with children 6-11 years requiring assistance from or referral to SNAP, email
  • Critical support, email or

Food Pantry
For emergency food access email, or call 2-1-1 or Daily Bread Food Bank 416-203-0050 for referral to alternate food bank

Support for youth in contact with Criminal Justice System, and their families
Information and referral, counselling and support
  • telephone counselling for youth and their families on dealing with stress and anxiety, representational supports during video court proceedings such as bail hearings
  • support letters for court related matters
  • email

YouTube Channel
  • parenting programs and activities for children and families
  • Weekly Wellness group sessions for community members, and Brave - Caring for Caregivers group sessions for social services sector staff; Wednesdays until June 3rd, registration required
  • call, email or visit DFRC website for updates and information during COVID19 health crisis, including group sessions, dates and times


Community development and capacity building, services for children and families, settlement and legal resources, programs for youth and seniors

Food Pantry
Emergency food access, member of North York Harvest Food Bank

Family resource programs
Programs for parents/caregivers and their children
  • play group
  • parenting workshops for families including those with special needs children and teenagers
  • multicultural drop-in
  • parent relief
  • child care registry
  • toy lending library
  • early literacy program
  • after school program
  • training for home child care providers

Stop Now and Plan (SNAP)
Culturally appropriate counselling for children 6-11 years, and their families; focus on those of African descent

Settlement services
Employment support and information and referral for landed immigrants and refugees

Community development and capacity building
  • community kitchen and food skills training
  • leadership and skills development training
  • Humber Summit Green Project
  • violence prevention education
  • Humber Summit Getting Active
  • community conversation circles
  • community events
  • residents group capacity building, community office
  • one to one support
  • anti-black racism education
  • volunteer placements

Youth Programs
  • peer mediation training
  • leadership training
  • eco club
  • basketball
  • employment skills development
  • summer camp
  • youth group, advises Delta on youth programs
Services available at satellite locations, including Rexdale Community Hub (Albion Neighbourhood Services, Rexdale Multiservice Hub) at 21 Panorama Court, 416-741-3000 (see separate listing)
Varies by program, contact for details

Residency Requirements: Steeles Ave W (north) to Lawrence Ave W (south), Martin Grove Rd (west) to Keele St (east); Food Pantry: Steeles Ave W (north) to Finch Ave W (south), Kipling Ave (west) to Weston Rd (east)
Application Process
Call, email, drop in or visit website for details; Food Pantry: no appointment necessary, identification required for all members of the family, including proof of address
Web Site
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Dari, English, Farsi, French, Gujarati, Hindi, Laotian, Mandarin, Punjabi, Somali, Urdu, Some African languages may be available from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Ghana - contact for details
Documents Required
May vary; contact for information
Designated parking at entrance - parking lot
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Last Updated On
December 8, 2022
Kipling Heights Plaza, 2291 Kipling Ave, Unit 123
Toronto, ON, M9W 4L6
Delta Family Resource Centre Site Location: Delta Family Resource Centre;
Cross street: Kipling Ave and Albion Rd;

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Hours of Operation
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 6:00 pm
9:00 am to 3:00 pm

COVID19 Remote telephone counselling and support for youth, seniors and families, Mon-Thu 9 am-6 pm, Fri 9 am-3 pm; satellite locations vary, call for details
For emergency food access, contact, or call 2-1-1 or Daily Bread Food Bank 416-203-0050 for referral to alternate food bank
Service Area(s)
North York