Accessible Entry to the CCP Office

view of accessible entrance to Koffler House

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The Center for Community Partnerships (CCP) is located inside Koffler House at 569 Spadina Avenue. To access the CCP, enter Koffler House from the east side, Bancroft Avenue entrance, sidewalk level, main doors. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Exit the elevator and turn left. The CCP is located in suite 315.  

If you have any access needs for a CCP workshop or event, please email the CCP or call 416-978-6558 so that we can ensure your equitable participation.

Our Commitment

At the CCP, we are attentive to the ways in which diverse systems of oppression amplify and reinforce one another. We are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment by prioritizing equity and disability justice in all of our events and initiatives. In our service to students, faculty, staff, and community partners, we strive to challenge ableism and eliminate barriers. We do this by: 

  • Welcoming service animals into our offices and shared spaces.  
  • Adhering to the University of Toronto guidelines for a scent-reduced environment
  • Notifying students, faculty, staff and community partners who may be visiting our office of unexpected disruptions to services or facilities. Accommodations will be made, when available, to ensure that students, faculty, staff and community partners will be able to participate in our services in case of such disruptions. 
  • Having a staff member who can communicate in ASL and making a commitment to offer interpreters upon request. 
  • Providing mandatory AODA training at the time of hire for all CCP staff.
  • Making ASTM Level 3 face masks available at our in-person events and in our office space

We want to continually improve our accessibility and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Please email, call 416-978-6558, or visit the CCP office to speak with a staff member in-person.


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General questions or concerns related to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act can be directed to the University of Toronto’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Office

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