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Organization: Canadian Diabetes Association - National Office  
Phone Numbers: 416-363-3373
Toll-Free: Information and Support Services: 1-800-226-8464 (1-800-BANTING)
Email: info@diabetes.ca
Website: www.diabetes.ca
Address:
522 University Ave, Suite 1400
Toronto, ON
M5G 2R5
Intersection: University Ave and Dundas St W
Location: Toronto (Old Toronto)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Information and Support Services: Mon-Fri 7:30am-6:30pm
Service Description: Information and literature on diabetes and health care * support groups, education, advocacy * funds research * resources for Aboriginal, Chinese, Latin American, South Asian and African Caribbean communities available on website * offices in local communities

Clothesline Collection Program 1-800-505-5525 - Pick-up service for donations of reusable clothing, household items, cell phones and personal digital assistants * visit diabetes.ca/dropbox to find a location

Summer D-Camps - Information on camp programs for children and youth with type 1 diabetes

Community Offices:
  • Midland-Penetanguishene
  • Central South Ontario Regional Leadership Centre (Hamilton)
  • Brantford and District
  • Niagara Region
  • Central West Ontario Regional Leadership Centre (Kitchener)
  • Eastern Ontario Regional Leadership Centre (Ottawa)
  • GTA Regional Leadership Centre (Toronto)
  • North East Ontario Regional Leadership Centre (Sudbury)
  • Timmins and District
  • South East Ontario Regional Leadership Centre (Kingston)
  • South Western Ontario Regional Leadership Office (London)
  • Windsor and District

Fees: Membership
Application: Call or visit website
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People with diabetes, their friends and family, health professionals
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Canada  
See Also: Children and Youth with Disabilities
Diabetes
Diseases and Conditions Support Groups
Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on February 13, 2018

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