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The Adult Drop-in offers a safe, welcoming space for homeless and street-involved individuals and socially isolated adults.

The drop-in provides nutritious meals, showers, hygiene products, harm reduction supplies, clothing, pet food and pet services, computer and phone access, and laundry service for homeless individuals. Social interaction is encouraged through formal recreational activities, informal connections, group outings, volunteer positions, committee involvement, and employment opportunities. For many, the Adult Drop-in is the entry point for individuals with complex needs to access LAMP’s integrated service model.

The Adult Drop-in aims to strengthen the community by supporting individuals in meeting basic needs, linking individuals to community services and income supports, providing appointment reminders and appointment accompaniments, supporting people to find and keep housing, and decreasing social isolation by supporting the development of social networks, and providing skill-building opportunities.



  • 156 Sixth Street, Toronto, ON M8V 3A5 (St. Margaret Church)
  • Side entrance
  • (647) 525-2521

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00 am-1:00 pm

Access to bathrooms, showers and laundry is available.

COVID-19 Updates

The space is open for in-person services. You may be asked to wear a mask when working with staff one-on-one. Otherwise masking is optional.

Our Community Needs Your Support

Every little bit helps. You may not think you make much of a difference, but in the words of those who use LAMP CHC’s services:

"Everyday we come to LAMP CHC, life gets a little easier to get back on track. We would have just given up if it wasn’t for them."

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