As the COVID-19 situation continues to change, the main office of York Support Services Network (YSSN) in Aurora will return to being open to the public by appointment only. 

We continue to encourage people to call, email or meet virtually whenever possible.

To help ensure everyone's safety, all visitors are required to self-screen prior to entering the building and must follow posted safety protocols.

Please do not visit our office if you suspect that you have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus or are feeling unwell.

Your safety is our number one priority.  

To help you navigate these challenging times, YSSN has compiled a list of COVID-19 resources to keep you informed on the latest updates from credible sources.

These resources include:

  • Mental health support
  • Developmental support
  • Health support
  • Food support 
  • Funding support

Check out YSSN's COVID-19 resource page

Everyone is feeling the effects of COVID-19, but for those already facing significant barriers such as poverty, homelessness and food insecurity, these times are even more challenging. York Region is connecting residents to resources, services, programs and support during the COVID-19 pandemic (federal and provincial supports are also available) including:

  • Rapid antigen tests for individuals and organizations
  • Financial supports for people
  • Financial supports for businesses
  • Supports for those in abusive situations
  • Resources for people in need of emergency food access
  • Support for those experiencing homelessness
  • Housing supports for tenants and homeowners
  • Supports for landlords and property owners
  • How to access medication while remaining at home
  • Resources for people with disabilities
  • Support for seniors
  • Maintaining your mental health and well-being during a pandemic
  • Resources for caregivers
  • Help with essential services
  • Help finding emergency financial relief
  • Other related resources

Check out York Region's COVID-19 community supports page