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Contact Us by Phone (416) 923-8953
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Contact Us by Mail The Counselling Foundation
Foundation House
2 St Clair Avenue East, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario  M4T 2T5


Staff Contact Information

Bruce Lawson, President (on sabbatical March 10 - September 10, 2018)


Sandra Cruickshanks, Interim President – March 10 – September 7, 2018
416-923-8953 ext. 124
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Ben Liadsky, Program Officer
416-923-8953 ext. 121
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Diana Castano, Executive Assistant & Office Administrator
416-923-8953 extension 123
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The Counselling Foundation of Canada’s office is located in “Foundation House”, on the 3rd floor of the St. Clair Centre, located on the northeast corner of Yonge & St. Clair, directly above the St. Clair subway station.

For directions to The Counselling Foundation of Canada view google maps.


Commitment to Providing Accessible Service

The Counselling Foundation of Canada is committed to excellence in serving all customers, including people with disabilities.


Upon request, we will provide information and communications materials in a format that takes into account a person's disability or with communications supports.


We welcome feedback on how we provide services to people with disabilities. Feedback can be submitted by email, mail or telephone. A response to any feedback will be provided within two weeks.


Land Acknowledgement

The Counselling Foundation of Canada’s office is located in Toronto, on land that has been a site of human activity for over 15,000 years. This land was the territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and the Anishinaabe. The Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant is an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy and the Anishinaabe Three Fires Confederacy to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. Toronto is also governed by a treaty between the federal government of Canada and the Mississaugas of New Credit, known as the Toronto Purchase. Toronto has always been a trading centre for First Nations and Métis peoples.


 
The Counselling Foundation of Canada is proud to support CERIC and its programs: