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Elderly Care Resources – Useful
Telephone Numbers for Seniors

Access Toronto: 416-338-0338
General information for the City of Toronto services.

Senior Pedestrian Safety “Daredevil”: 416-480-5912

Driver Re-testing (ON Ministry of Transportation): 416-235-2999

Senior’s Info Line: 1-888-910-1999

Elder Abuse Hotline (Toronto Police): 416-808-2222
Call to report any suspected cases of elder abuse.

Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-0000 & 1-866-797-0007 TTY.

Toronto Health Connection: 416-338-7600
Falls Prevention and more.

Toronto Seniors’ Council: 416-630-7000

York Region Health Connection: 1-800-361-5653

Toronto Police Services: 416-808-1900 and 416-467-0493 (TTY)

Fire Safety (City of Toronto): 416-338-9050

Toronto Health Connection: 416-392-0658

Frauds (Toronto Police Service): 416-808-7300

York Regional Health Connection: 1-866-512-6228

Phonebusters (Telemarketing, Fraud, Identity Theft): 1-888-495-8501

York Regional Police: 1-866-876-5423 and 1-800-668-0398 (TTY)

Senior Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477
Anonymous reporting line.

Urgent Care Centres in Toronto:
- North York Branson Hospital (Finch & Bathurst) 416-635-2552
- Etobicoke Urgent Care Centre (25 Woodbine Downs Blvd) 416-741-2273

Veteran Affairs Canada: 1-866-522-2122

York Region Police: 905-773-1221

Volunteer Centre of Toronto: 416-961-6888

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