Information and Decision Support provides knowledge and information about Toronto programs and services and collects and reports out the data on our clients and organizational performance, ensuring that the privacy and confidentiality of all those we serve is protected. Information Services provides knowledge and information about CMHA Toronto programs and services, and information on other […]Continue readingInformation & Decision Support
CMHA Toronto Programs and Services
At CMHA Toronto we promote the mental health of all, because we believe that there is no health without mental health, and we support the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental health challenges. We serve all members of our diverse city, providing community support services for those living with mental health challenges and providing education and mental health promotion services.
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KSWG is a social recreational program for women with serious mental illness, providing them with an inclusive and supportive environment where they can participate in workshops and recreational activities. The Keele Street Women’s Group (KSWG) is a social recreational program that facilitates the mental health recovery of women living in Toronto. This program provides opportunities […]Continue readingKeele Street Women’s Group
MH&J Case Management Services provide support to individuals living with mental illness who are involved in the criminal justice system and require supportive housing. MH&J Case Management Services provide support to individuals living with mental illness who are involved in the criminal justice system and require supportive housing. These individuals are provided with a […]Continue readingMental Health & Justice (MHJ) Case Management Services
MHJ Court Support & Diversion Services work with individuals living with mental illness who have criminal charges pending at the Metro East (Scarborough) and Metro West (Etobicoke) courts. MHJ Court Support & Diversion Services work with individuals living with mental illness who have criminal charges pending at the Metro East (Scarborough) and Metro West […]Continue readingMental Health & Justice (MHJ) Court Support & Diversion Services
MHJ Forensic Services are specialized programs which support individuals with serious mental health issues who have been found Not Criminally Responsible (NCR) by the courts, and are thus under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Review Board (ORB). MHJ Forensic Services are specialized programs which support individuals with serious mental health issues who have been […]Continue readingMental Health & Justice (MHJ) Forensic Services
The Mental Health and Justice Crisis Prevention Program seeks to reduce the risk of criminal arrest by linking individuals to mental health and other services and, where needed, by providing short-term case management and community support. MHJ Crisis Prevention Services provide community support and consultation to individuals 16 years of age or older who have […]Continue readingMental Health and Justice (MHJ) Crisis Prevention Services
CMHA Toronto Post Incarceration Housing Workers are available at the Etobicoke, North York and Scarborough courts to assist individuals who are released from custody or have court matters. The Post Incarceration Housing Program (PIHP) in partnership with the City of Toronto Streets to Homes Program, supports individuals who have recent or current involvement in the […]Continue readingPost Incarceration Housing Program
In May 2010 we launched our Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease Management Initiative at CMHA Toronto. The goal of this initiative is to enhance primary health care and management of chronic diseases for our clients in four strategic areas: Improving access Partnership development Education and health promotion and Coordination of health service delivery Responsiveness […]Continue readingPrimary Health Care
SafeBed offers short-term housing to individuals with a mental illness who are experiencing a crisis and are unable to remain in their current living situation. Assistance is provided for both their immediate and long-term needs. To see photos of our Safe Bed site, please scroll to the bottom of the page. The Safe Bed Short-Term […]Continue readingSafe Bed Short-Term Residential Services
The Social Resource Centres provide a place for individuals who live with mental illness to gather, to build new relationships, enjoy recreational activities, and have a place where they know they belong. The Social Resource Centres (SRC) are community-based programs that facilitate the recovery of individuals who live with mental illness living in Toronto by […]Continue readingSocial Resource Centres