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After 4 Programming

WoodGreen Community Services After 4 Program is an integral part of the Neighbourhood Services and Homeward Bound Unit. Its mission is to enhance the lives of Homeward Bound participants’ children aged 6-12 through recreational programs designed to value possibilities, potential, and promote the wellness of children in body, mind, and soul.

The Thinking Thunder Tutoring Program is to assist students in grades 2 and higher in achieving their academic success by providing them with appropriate resources and assistance designed to meet their academic needs and to support them in becoming independent learners.


Child Care

This service connects mothers of children under 4 in the Homeward Bound program to high quality child care.

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Homeward Bound Community of Practice

The Community of Practice provides pre-implementation supports, program resources, capacity building activities and ongoing ad-hoc support to bolster local adaptations of the Homeward Bound model

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Industry Council

The Industry Council supports the successful transition to work of Homeward Bound participants.

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Toronto Homeward Bound

This innovative program helps inadequately housed or homeless mother-led families earn college diplomas and achieve self-sufficiency.

815 Danforth Ave.
Work Initiative Network Program

The Work Initiative Network (WIN) is a part-time structured employment program to help adults with mental health issues find and maintain meaningful employment.

East Toronto (Leslieville)