Florence Booth House
Salvation Army Florence Booth House is a 100-bed emergency women’s shelter providing shelter and basic needs to women experiencing homelessness in the City of Toronto.
Florence Booth House provides three meals per day as well as an evening snack, a bed, clothing, and all basic needs (shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes etc). We offer a range of services relating to Housing, Counseling, Chaplaincy, Life Skills, and assistance with addiction. Florence Booth House supplies regular programming through Life Skills Groups, Health and Wellness groups and general daily activities to ensure clients stay active. We provide all of these services while following our mission to provide compassionate unconditional support.
66 Norfinch Drive is currently serving as the relocation site for Florence Booth House, whose permanent location is undergoing major renovations. With the ability to shelter 100 women, all of the Florence Booth House services and supports continue at this location until the building is finished.
It's original building is over 100 yrs old, and one of the oldest Salvation Army Buildings in Toronto, we are excited for the refresh of what the renovations will bring.