233 Carlton St Toronto
Another Service is scheduled to relocate to Cabbagetown South and Cabbagetown
October 5, 2019
233 Carlton Committee of Adjustment (CoA)
February 10, 2020

The City has leased the property at 233 Carlton St. as the
relocation site for the Women’s Resource Centre.

233 Carlton St. is expected to replace the existing Adelaide Resource Centre for Women at 67 Adelaide St. E. with a focus on providing supportive services for vulnerable women who are at risk of gender-based violence and experiencing homelessness. The Adelaide Resource Centre for Women was established in 1998. In 2014, the 24-hour women’s drop-in program was created at this location as a result of Council direction to provide additional safe overnight space for women in the Downtown East neighbourhood.

Source: www.toronto.ca/OtherHomelessServices[/vc_column_text]

233 Carlton City of Toronto Brochure

The City of Toronto held a community meeting on January 21, 2020 called the ”Let’s Talk: Community Forum. Five topics. Five stations.”

Location: 233 Carlton St.
Tentative client group: Women
Number of expected overnight spaces: 35
Opening date: Late 2020/Early 2021
Service operator: Fred Victor Centre with partner organizations

Source: www.toronto.ca/OtherHomelessServices

The Cabbagetown Coalition posted Forum Feedback from January 21, 2020