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Help for Recipients

The ODSP Action Coalition is a policy organization and does not advocate for individuals. If you are an ODSP recipient or are helping someone who is, we do provide this list of resources.

Resources for ODSP Recipients

Starting in December 2014, the ODSP Action Coalition asked people on ODSP who work and get the $100- Work-Related Benefit to answer an eight-question survey. The intent was to get more information about who gets the Benefit, the kind of work they do, what they use the Benefit for,  and their...

Community legal clinics provide services to address the unique legal needs of low-income people and communities. The legal areas they may provide help with include Ontario Disability Support Program, Ontario Works and Welfare, Tenant Rights and Human Rights.

Lawyers and legal workers...

This updated lobby Kit and the Key Messages are useful if planning to meet with or write letters to your local Member of Provincial Parliament about the current issues in social assistance reform, such as the rates, merging OW and ODSP, mandatory work plans for people with disabilities, etc. ...

Use this link to make a complaint to the Ontario Ombudsman.