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Every Resident - Bill of Rights for people who live in Ontario long-term care homes

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Where can I get legal help or information?

Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
2 Carlton Street, Suite 701
Toronto ON M5B 1J3

Toll-free 1-855-598-2656
Toronto area 416-598-2656
Fax 416-598-7924

You can also contact a community legal clinic or Legal Aid Ontario. Community legal clinics give free legal advice, but not all of them can help with problems in long-term care homes. Check with the community legal clinic in your area to see if they can help. Legal Aid’s website at can help you find the community legal clinic for your area. Click on “Contact” then “Community legal clinics”.

For more information about Legal Aid Ontario, visit their website listed above or call them:
Toll-free 1-800-668-8258
Toll-free TTY 1-866-641-8867
Toronto area 416-979-1446
TTY, Toronto area 416-598-8867