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"The Good Shepherd", as it is affectionately called, is well known on the streets of Toronto. It's a place to get a hot meal, clean clothes, a safe, clean bed for the night. It's a place to go when you need someone to listen, someone to help.
What makes Good Shepherd Ministries special? The answer is different for each person who walks through the door.
For some, Good Shepherd Ministries means Good Shepherd Centre, the place where you go when there's no money left for food. "There is always good food here and no one ever gets turned away," as one meal line guest said.
For others, Good Shepherd Ministries means transformation, a chance to start again through the Resettlement or DARE Programs. "You gave me hope and love at the time of my deepest despair," remembers one DARE client.
For those who live at Barrett House and St. Joseph's Residence, Good Shepherd Ministries means home and 24-hour support. "I would be going from hostel to hostel if I wasn't here," says Brian, one of the seniors who lives at St. Joseph's Residence.
For all of us, Good Shepherd Ministries is a place that promotes human dignity. A place where people come first. A place where the 'last' - the homeless, the marginalized - come first of all.Download Brochure