Are You Between 
12 - 25 & Pregnant?

We’re here to help you prepare.

Are You a
Young Parent?

Our services can support you.

Do You Need
Help Right Now?

Day or night, there are places to turn.

Additional Services 

Extended Rosalie Hall resources

The following services are provided by other organizations, but available at Rosalie Hall:

  • Nutritional Counselling 

  • Substance Use Counselling 

  • Group Intervention

Woman and small child meeting with counsellor

We also help individuals to access services and supports in cooperation with:

  • Coordinated residential access with Humewood House and Massey Centre

  • Service delivery with Jessie’s The June Callwood Centre for Young Women

  • Toronto Social Services & Ontario Works

  • Toronto Children’s Services

  • Organizations affiliated with Healthy Babies, Healthy Children initiatives

  • The Toronto District School Board and the Toronto Catholic District School Board

  • Relevant service delivery networks in Scarborough and across Toronto

Services are provided to our community without cost to young families through the generous support of:

  • Our many community and corporate donors

  • Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Government of Ontario

  • Children’s Services, City of Toronto

  • Service Canada, Government of Canada

  • ShareLife through Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto

  • The Misericordia Sisters

Children’s Aid Foundation Scholarship Program

The Children’s Aid Foundation Scholarship Program was established in 2004 by Rosalie Hall in partnership with the Children’s Aid Foundation. The purpose of the scholarship program is to provide current and former clients of Rosalie Hall with financial assistance to pursue post-secondary education. Criteria for awards include demonstrated ability and the willingness to succeed. Scholarships are competitive, and decisions are made annually by the Rosalie Hall Award Committee.

Eligibility: The candidate must be a current or former client of Rosalie Hall, be under 30 years of age at the start of school year, and must be enrolled* as a full-time student at an accredited post-secondary institution (as designated by OSAP or other provincial assistance plan).

*Students applying to college/university are invited to apply. Awards are contingent on acceptance to full-time post-secondary studies.

For more information on our services or to Get Started, please contact us today at 416-438-6880.

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