Founded in 1963 by the Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd, Good Shepherd Ministries serves people who struggle with homelessness and poverty.

Good Shepherd Ministries responds creatively and effectively to the underlying causes of homelessness. Initiatives include:

Good Shepherd Centre, which offers meals, shelter, clothing and medical care to anyone in need, without charge or distinction;

the Resettlement and DARE Programs, which help homeless individuals gain freedom from homelessness and addictions;

Barrett House, Toronto’s first supportive residence for people living with HIV/AIDS;

St. Joseph’s Residence, a supportive home for seniors with a history of homelessness.

Good Shepherd Ministries strives to promote and protect human dignity. Services are   offered to anyone in need, in a spirit of compassion, trust, acceptance and respect.

Good Shepherd Ministries is a registered charity, no. 89250 8169 RR0001.