ABOUT DELTA FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE
Delta Family Resource Centre (Delta Family) is a 35-year strong non-profit and community-based agency, which has continually delivered a range of services to isolated and marginalized communities in Northwest Toronto. With the main office, four satellite locations, and a staff of 45 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
Delta Mission Statement
To equip people with the tools and resources they need to live progressively fulfilling lives, using community-grounded approaches
A healthy, engaged, and empowered community where all people thrive.
**COVID-19 HAS NOT STOPPED DELTA FAMILY FROM BEING THERE FOR YOU!**
Delta Family is doing its part to combat the Covid-19 pandemic! You are important to us and we are making every effort to still be there for you and your family during these challenging times and to minimize the risk of spreading the virus.
To access our programs and activities here is what you need to know:
During this crisis Delta has been coordinating with a number of organizations throughout the North Etobicoke region to provide wraparound emergency supports and equity services, on top of the other services we provide. This includes emergency food supports, Counselling, mental health supports, and important information and guidance. for further assistance, please contact us at 416-747-1172x0. Our admin team will be there to help you!
WHO WE SERVE
Delta Family Resource Centre is a community organization serving priority neighborhood in Northwest Toronto. Our catchment area is: Humber Summit, Humbermede, Jamestown, Mt. Olive and Beaumond Heights – all NIA communities in Toronto’s North West.
All neighborhoods experience high levels of poverty, are isolated and under-served communities, as identified by the Urban Hearts research carried out by St. Michaels hospital and the City’s TSNS initiative. Residents include many immigrants and newcomers from South Asia, West Asia, Latin America, Vietnam, the Caribbean and Africa.