Welcome to The Gatehouse

The Gatehouse Healing Garden

The Gatehouse is creating a garden in the park on the west side of the property (3101 Lake Shore Blvd W). It is to be a meeting space for people and the community to gather to share, collaborate and inspire initiatives under a banner of social, environmental healing and transformation. The next Gatehouse healing garden meeting will be Thursday August 14th at 6:30pm at Humber College Lake Shore Campus, Building L (“Lakeshore Commons”) room L1004.

Personal Transformation Web Radio Show

Join host Stewart Thompson every Thursday night at 7pm EST for "Personal Transformation" web radio show.

Show discusses the impact and aftermath of childhood sexual abuse, topics include moving beyond stuckness, isolation and triggers.

Tune in online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/personaltransformation

Previous episodes available online.

Forging Individual Transformation "F.I.T" Workshop


Jean-Paul is Raising Awareness About Childhood Sexual Abuse

The Gatehouse would like to celebrate the courage, strength and resiliency of Jean Paul Bedard. 

Jean Paul is embarking on a very special journey to raise awareness about childhood sexual abuse, its devastating effects on survivors and that healing from the trauma is possible! 

He is running the Double Boston Marathon, an 84.4km feat and raising funds to support The Gatehouse programs for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. 

Welcome Brad Hutchinson, Gatehouse Manager!

It is with great pleasure that we welcome to The Gatehouse our new Manager, Mr. Brad Hutchinson!

Brad is a speaker, author, trainer, and publisher. Brad is a black sash martial artist and an instructor of Shaolin Kung Fu. He especially enjoys inspiring children and presents exhilarating, self-esteem building programs for schools across Ontario.

Transforming Trauma Into Triumph Conference

The Gatehouse Transforming Trauma Into Triumph Conference was held Monday April 28th & Tuesday April 29th, 2014 at the Toronto Police College.

Journeys Through Trauma Book

We are putting together a collection of stories from survivors of all types of traumatic experiences.   We are looking for stories from The Gatehouse and the community for this book with the tentative title “Journeys from Trauma”.

The over-arching purpose of this book is Voice. The voice of the people who have had their voice taken from them through the trauma in whatever form it was for them in their life. Within this arc we are also wanting to present the experience of hope and transformation to others who are dealing with trauma in their life.

Mackenzie Financial Charitable Foundation Donation

The Gatehouse would like to take this opportunity to thank the Mackenzie Financial Charitable Foundation for their generous donation of $15,000 to The Gatehouse Child Abuse Investigation and Support Program. These funds will be used to support the program and the role of the Gatehouse Child and Family Advocate to continue to provide essential services to children, youth and families going through the investigation process.

Transforming Trauma: A Worldwide Movement

The Gatehouse art exhibit, Transforming Trauma: A Worldwide Movement was on display at Humber Gallery from October 7 - 11th.  The theme of the exhibit was personal transformation leading to social transformation.  Also featured were photos of agencies that provide similar services to The Gatehouse from Ghana, Guyana, and the US who are part of The Gatehouse Network International.  Over 300 people viewed the exhibit which was recently featured in SNAP'd, Humber Online, Humber Radio and Humber EtCetera.  Thank you to all staff, volunteers and supporters of the event.  Thank you to Humber Sch

Everyday Heroes Making an Immeasurable Difference in Our Community- Toronto Police Service 23 Division Youth Bureau

October 2, 2013 –Heroes are ordinary people doing extraordinary things.”  This is exactly what the Toronto Police Service 23 Division Youth Bureau officers do every day throughout the community.


Adult Support Program

At The Gatehouse we believe strongly in the need for community support in the aftermath of child abuse, our group self support structure is designed to facilitate social-reconnection, education and self support. The Gatehouse Adult Support offers a 15 week curriculum-based psycho-educational program for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. For further information or to book an Intake appointment contact us at 416-255-5900. Read more about the Adult Support Program

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Child Investigation Support

The Gatehouse is a child friendly location that is available for Investigating Police Officers and Children’s Aid Workers to interview children, youth and families during child abuse investigations. The Gatehouse is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for investigations. To access the online booking system Police Officers and Children’s Aid Workers must register as investigators. Click here to complete the registration form. Read more about the Investigation Program