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80 Grosvenor Street
Hepburn Block, 6th floor
Toronto, ON  M7A 1E9
Phone:  416-325-5666
FAX:  416-325-1498
Website:  http:///
Mandate:  Communications and Marketing Branch 7th Fl., Hepburn Block 80 Grosvenor St., Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 1E9 The Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) is responsible for programs, services and support for: * adults and children with developmental and physical disabilities; group homes; * children -- child care (day care), child welfare, children's aid societies, adoption and foster care policy; * carrying out federally-legislated Young Offenders Act (YOA), dealing with young offenders 12-15 years of age; probation and other community court orders; open and secure custody for young offenders; * General Welfare Assistance, and Family Benefits Assistance for people in need of income support; * Family violence issues, women's shelters, counsel, support training.

Helena Jaczek, Minister


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