St. James Town Service Provider’s Network

In lieu of the Covid-19 situation, agencies and partners of the SJTSPN have made adjustments to their services. Click here for updates and information regarding service adjustments.

The St. James Town Service Provider’s Network (SJTSPN) is a network of agencies formed to bring a collaborative partnerships, community engagement and integrated service coordination approach to the community of St. James Town. SPN promotes inclusive and equitable social and economic development initiatives which delivers employment and career opportunities, social enterprise, informal economic opportunities and population specific services.

History of SJTSPN
Member Agencies

For general inquiries:

Robb Johannes (co-chair):
416.482.4103 ext. 223

Sehr Athar (co-chair):
416-324-4100 Ext. 5259


How The Model Works

One evening around 6 pm, a resident walks in to The Corner looking for support services for himself and the family members.  He is greeted by the lobby worker at the front desk and given an introduction and orientation to all programs available at The Corner. He is then referred to the Health Access intake worker who is onsite.

The client and his family have claimed asylum in Canada four months prior and he is looking for assistance to apply for a work permit. He was a chef in his country of origin and he wants to continue to work as a chef in Canada. His plan is to follow a course on culinary sciences and find a job in the same field.

During the intake assessment he shared that one of his children is struggling with some medical issues and the family has been struggling to adjust to the new environment.  They are finding parenting in Canada a challenge.

Through a single intake, the worker makes a referral to three services – to TNO for settlement services and help to apply for a work permit, finding out how to apply to college and for child care benefit, to Sherbourne Health for primary care for his child and his family and to Sick kids

Centre for Community Mental Health, Prevention and Early Intervention services for the family to get support on parenting, family counseling and support group programs.   An advantage is that many Health Access Partners also provide services onsite at The Corner in addition to their primary locations of service

The client is also able to register his kids for arts and crafts and other fun activities at The Corner which have been led by volunteers in the community.

“I feel I am not alone, I have many supports and it is very convenient that all supports I need in one place, I wanted to thank The Corner for its support and care!”


Get connected to the intake team


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Call our intake line at 416 964 6657 ext. 401 or 647 527 6983 (mobile) or  for an appointment.

Drop in at The Corner or any of our satellite locations to meet our intake workers. We also make home visits as needed to connect residents to care.

Every Week

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 8 pm
Saturdays: 12 noon to 8 pm
@ 200 Wellesley Street
(directions on google maps)

Second week of every month

3 pm to 5 pm
@ 275 Bleecker
(directions on google maps)

3 pm to 5 pm
@ 325 Bleecker
(directions on google maps)

Third week of every month

Thursdays: 3 pm to 5 pm
@ 375 Bleecker (directions on maps)

Fridays: 3 pm to 5 pm
@ Wellesley Community Centre
(directions on google maps)

Fridays: 10 am to 12 pm
@ 460 Jarvis Street (directions on google maps)


Health Access St. James Town Partners

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