Concurrent Disorder Supportive Housing Program

Type of Service

Support Within Housing - Mental Health

Program Description

The Concurrent Disorder Supportive Housing Program, is a case management program that seeks to support clients to stabilize into their housing, community, and access supports surrounding mental health, addictions, social networks, managing tenancy, and money management.

The case management model used is Critical Time Intervention (CTI).

The criteria to entire into the program are:
1. Have an official mental health diagnosis provided by a medical practitioner or clinical psychologist. Or the client has undiagnosed severe persistent mental health and refuses to engage with a mental health professional.
2. Has an experience of chronic homelessness- client has been continuously homeless over the past 6 months or has had multiple shelter stays over the last three years.
3. Have either been recently housed or has a lease signed.
4. The client must be 18 years of age or older.

Access Information

To make a referral, please email Michael_potvin@can.salvationarmy.org. A screener will be emailed to the service provider. Or use provided referral screener and fax it to the number of the form.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Fax 647-367-1227

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 18 and up
Catchment Municipalities: (Toronto)
Wheelchair Access No
Accessibility AccommodationsAssessed case by case.

Smoking

Policy Allowed

Application Referral Forms

Languages

English

Hours

Main Hours

Monday 0800-1600
Tuesday 0800-1600
Wednesday 0800-1600
Thursday 0800-1600
Friday 0800-1600

Client's are visited in their units during the week. Scheduled meeting times are flexible.