The Safe Engaged Environments Disability (SEED) Project was a 3 year community based action research project which finished on July 28 2011. With CILT as the lead partner, the SEED Project was developed with partnerships with cross-disability community organizations, people with disabilities in the City of Toronto and/or tenants with disabilities in Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). The Project was developed and carried out by persons with disabilities for persons with disabilities. The SEED Project was funded by City of Toronto’s Community Safety Investment Program and TCHC’s Social Investment Fund. The SEED Project produced a final report called “A Safer City For All”, which summarizes the safety themes that emerged out of 33 SEED focus groups with 304 people with disabilities in the City of Toronto and/or tenants with disabilities in TCHC.