We continue to remotely offer as many services as possible by phone, e-mail, or any other electronic means available to us. For any inquiries on any issue or situation related to immigration and refugee process, as well as about all our services please either contact us by email or call 416-469-9754.


Our Settlement Programs include temporary shelter for women and children, primary health clinic, women’sprograms, employment help, English classes and workshops. Due to the COVID-19 emergency, we are supporting only by phone (please call 416- 469 97 54) and by email (at info@fcjrefugeecentre.org). We are open from Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Youth Network

We are here for you during these difficult times! Our weekly drop-ins have moved to GotoMeeting. Every Wednesday, the FCJ Youth Network is meeting virtually to continue supporting one another while we practice physical distance.

Human Trafficking

The Anti-Trafficking and Migrant Workers Mobile Program is active. Connect with us by phone: 416-469-9754, or in WhatsApp: 647-9712153. We are providing remote services to migrant workers in different languages.

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International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Today, November 25th, marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Violence against women is any act of gender-based violence that results in physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, which can severely impact a woman at all stages of her life. According to the United Nations (2021), “violence against women and girls is one…

Our Fall Newsletter is ready!

Our Fall 2021 Newsletter is ready! Check it out and find information aboutthe Anti-Human Trafficking Forum and the Migrant Women’s Counter Human Trafficking Alliance, the new activities of the The FCJ Youth Network and the Youth Alliance, our music classes, the Uprooted U program, all the upcoming events, and much more. Click here to access the document if you can’t…

Día de Muertos Ofrenda at Union Station

Thanks to Día de los Muertos Collective for include our beloved Co- Director Francisco Rico-Martínez in the beautiful altar at Union Station. Created by the Día de los Muertos Collective, and coordinated by Jess De Vitt, Jesús Mora, and Luis Rojas, this community-based and participatory ofrenda, or altar, fosters a space for public mourning in the midst of a global…

Migrant Women’s Counter Human Trafficking Alliance 2021 Workshops

Register » The Migrant Women’s Counter Human Trafficking Alliance is a regional project that aims to enhance capacity and knowledge regarding the specific barriers and challenges presented in international cases where women have been victimized and marginalized by Human Trafficking. At FCJ Refugee Centre we are committed to approaching women through a peer led model that will provide them with…