Delta Family Resource Centre (Delta Family) is a non-profit and community-based agency which, since 1981, has consistently delivered a range of targeted services to isolated and marginalized communities in Northwest Toronto.  With seven satellite locations and a staff of 60 qualified professionals, Delta Family has recognized for its commitment to building communities where all people thrive, for equipping residents with the tools they need to do so, for modeling effective collaboration, and for developing programs, which respond to community needs. Delta Family provides support to parents, children, youth, seniors, and Black communities, and has introduced a number of innovative programs and activities that meet the ever-evolving needs of the diverse communities it engages and serves.

Our Mission Statement

Acknowledging the consequences of intersecting forms of oppression on the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities, Delta Family Resource Centre offers programs, services and supports for Black and other priority populations in Northwest Toronto which amplify their resilience and strengths.

Our Vision

A healthy, engaged, and empowered community where all people thrive.

TO Wards Peace


We are proud to announce we have been accredited!

Delta Family is proud to announce its recent accreditation with Imagine Canada, demonstrating its commitment to the highest level of accountability, governance, transparency, and service. Imagine Canada is a national charitable organization with the mission of strengthening Canadian charities and non-profits to better serve individuals and communities. Earning the Accredited Trustmark though the Imagine Canada-Standards Program is a public demonstration of credibility, excellence, and transparency.

“Created by the sector for the sector, the Standards Program is the only national accreditation program that is designed for all Canadian charities and nonprofits. To earn the accreditation, organizations must demonstrate excellence in five fundamental areas: board governance; financial accountability and transparency; fundraising; staff management; and volunteer involvement.” (Imagine Canada, Standards Program). We thank our Board of Directors, Management, Staff and volunteers for their excellence and ongoing support towards Delta Family’s cause and organizational excellence. This achievement would not have been possible without their deep commitment and dedication.

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Join us for a transformative and empowering experience during this year’s Black Mental Health Week, Monday March 4, 2024 – Sunday March 10, 2024. This year's theme “Growth and Reflection: The Year of Sankofa,” urges us to foster mental health and wellness within Black communities by embracing the principles of the International Decade for People of African Descent (UN IDPAD) - Recognition, Justice, and Development.
Throughout the week, a diverse range of in-person and virtual discussions, activities, and events will be organized and hosted by various Black-serving community organizations and Black community healers. Inspired by this year's theme, these activities aim to engage and resonate with various segments of Toronto's diverse Black communities and foster a supportive environment for meaningful discussions and actions.
Don't miss this opportunity to be part of this annual celebration of Black mental wellness, as we bring the community together to embrace growth and reflection, in the spirit of Sankofa. Together, let's make strides towards a more inclusive and supportive environment for all.

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