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Child Safety - Toronto Central

The aim of child safety programs is to prevent injury through educating about traffic safety, bike safety, fire safety, rail and personal safety, stranger danger and electrical and other household hazards.

See also First Aid and Safety Courses.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre  
890 Yonge St, 11th Fl, Toronto, ON  M4W 3P4
416‑515‑1100
Canadian Safe School Network  
229 Niagara St, Ground Fl, Toronto, ON  M6J 2L5
416‑977‑1050
Covenant House Toronto - Prevention and Awareness School Presentations  
Toronto, ON  M5B 2P3
Toronto and GTA East 416‑735‑1388 ; Toronto and GTA West 416‑735‑1389 and 416‑898‑4943
Peer Project - Youth Assisting Youth  
5734 Yonge St, Suite 401, Toronto, ON  M2M 4E7
416‑932‑1919
Swansea Town Hall Community Centre  
95 Lavinia Ave, Toronto, ON  M6S 3H9
416‑392‑1954 ; Toronto Public Health dental clinic ‑‑ 416‑392‑1777 ; homework club ‑‑ 416‑833‑7953

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Canada. Health Canada - Consumer Product Safety  
269 Laurier Ave W, Address Locator 4909A, Ottawa, ON  K1A 0K9
1‑866‑662‑0666
Canada. Transport Canada - Road and Motor Vehicle Safety - Child Car Seat Safety  
330 Sparks St, Ottawa, ON  K1A 0N5
613‑998‑8616
Canadian Centre for Child Protection - MissingKids.ca  
615 Academy Rd, Winnipeg, MB  R3N 0E7
204‑945‑5735
Canadian Red Cross - Simcoe Muskoka Branch - Canadian Red Cross Respect Education: Promoting Respect, Preventing Violence  
65 Cedar Pointe Dr, Unit 809B, Barrie, ON  L4N 5R7
Respect Education: 1‑877‑356‑3226

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