Welcome to Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre

Early Years

The Ontario Early Years Centre is the perfect place for parents, caregivers, and young children. All the support networks are here for you.


Children and Youth

As a young person between 6-24 years of age, you can get involved in the DPNCHC’s Youth Services to build skills and explore opportunities.



Adults at DPNCHC benefit from personal support and literacy skills programming, nutritious meals, and opportunities to meet others.



Are you 55+ and looking for a place to socialize, exercise, practice a hobby or learn new things? DPCNHC has a variety of excellent programs.




DPNCHC's Health Centre works with individuals, families and communities to strengthen their capacity to take more responsibility for their health, happiness and well-being.

Community Development

Community Development

You can get involved in one of many community engagement activities that focus on identifying, articulating and offering solutions to key issues in the community and their root causes.

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Making a donation

You can donate to Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood & Community Health Centre in several easy ways:

  • Cheque: payable to Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood & Community Health Centre (1900 Davenport Road, Toronto M6N 1B7)
  • Charitable Registration: #12369 8904 RR0001
  • Online: through the secure site at www.canadahelps.org
  • Cash/Money Order: please drop off in person

Volunteering is a win-win for you, the Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood & Community Health Centre, and your community. By giving your time and talents you can develop your leadership skills, get active in local issues that are important to you and your neighbours, learn new skills, gain practical experience, as well as meet new friends and have fun!

Become a member

You can help DPNCHC by becoming a Member. It’s free to join and, as a Community Member, you will be able to vote on issues affecting this community at our Annual General Meeting. If you live within the area that is north of Bloor Street, south of the Old City Limits /St.Clair Avenue, west of Ossington Avenue/Alberta Street, and east of the railway lines you can be a voting Community Member; if you live outside these boundaries you can still get involved as an Associate Member.