The TDP assists with fighting fines and tickets in court, however, below is a list of community resources operating in Ottawa if you or someone you know is in need of help.
454 King Edward Ave.
Centre 454 provides drop-in support services and recreation activities for individuals who are homeless or at right of homelessness.
507 Bank St.
Centre 507 is an adult drop-in centre that is open to all who seek a safe, friendly and supportive environment.
Centre Communautaire Vanier
290 Dupuis St.
Centre Communautaire Vanier provides family services, counseling and community development, legal services, and employment services.
Cornerstone Housing for Women
Cornerstone provides emergency shelter and safe affordable permanent housing for women in Ottawa.
Odawa Native Friendship Centre, 510 Rideau Drop-in
The 510 Rideau Drop-In Centre is available to provide support services to the Aboriginal homeless, or imminent risk of homelessness.
35 Waller St.
The Ottawa Mission is a charitable organization offering hope and dignity through a wide range of programs and services to the city’s most vulnerable people.
171 George St.
A non-profit Christian Organization committed to helping those in need. http://www.ottawaboothcentre.org
Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
221 Nelson St.
Sandy Hill Community Health Centre provides a full range of health and social services to individuals and families who live or work in Sandy Hill and Ottawa East, and specialized services to all residents of the broader Ottawa region.
Shepherds of Good Hope
233 Murray St.
Shepherds is the largest non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor and homeless in Ottawa.
Somerset West Community Health Centre
55 Eccles St.
Somerset West Community Health Centre (SWCHC) is a non-profit, community-governed organization that provides primary health care, health promotion and community development services using interprofessional teams of health and social service providers.
Willows Drop-In Program
196 Wentworth St. N
Willow’s is a weekly Drop-in program that offers safe(r) space for womxn who trade and sell sex on the streets of Ottawa and/or consume substances to access evidence-based, trauma-informed, non-judgmental, harm reduction supports.