Accountability, Standards and Memberships - West Neighbourhood House

Accountability and Standards

West Neighbourhood House adheres to the following standards:

Anti-Black Racism
In 2020, the leadership of West Neighbourhood House, including the Management and the Board, made a public apology for anti-Black racism in the House.

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

CARF Accreditation

Decent Work Charter
The Decent Work Charter is an initiative led by Toronto Neighbourhood Centres (TNC) network to promote stable, well paid work in the non-profit sector. West Neighbourhood House signed on to this Charter in 2016.

Ontario Health Multi-Service Sector Accountability Agreement


Wagemark is an international wage standard used by companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies to certify that the ratio between their highest and lowest earners is competitive and sustainable. West Neighbourhood House adheres to Wagemark and works with MassLBP to promote this in the sector.


West Neighbourhood House collaborates with many organizations. Some of our primary memberships include:


United Way Anchor Agency


Toronto Neighbourhood Centres


CUPE logo

Canadian Union of Public Employees

West NH and CUPE 3393 Collective Agreement 2022-2025

Addictions & Mental Health Ontario logo

Addictions and Mental Health Ontario


Build a Better Bloor Dufferin logo

Building a Better Bloor Dufferin




Early ON logo

EarlyON Child and Family Centres


Growing Up Healthy Downtown


Mid-West Toronto Health Team logo

Mid-West Ontario Health Team and West Ontario Health Team


Toronto Nonprofit Network

Toronto Non-Profit Network


OCASI logo

OCASI Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants


Ontario Community Support Association logo

Ontario Community Support Association


Ontario Nonprofit Network logo

Ontario NonProfit Network


Parkdale People's Economy logo

Parkdale People’s Economy


Toronto Drop-In Network logo

Toronto Drop-In Network


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