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
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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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 (Etobicoke) […]Continue readingMental Health & Justice (MHJ) Court Support & Diversion Services
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 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
Nurse Practitioner Primary Health Care Clinic CMHA Toronto recognizes that wellness encompasses both physical and mental health, which is why our Nurse Practitioner Primary Health Care (NP PHC) Clinics provide individuals with mental illness who are not connected to any health care provider with access to primary health care services. Individuals are fully supported by […]Continue readingNurse Practitioner Primary Health Care Clinic
Nurse Practitioner Stepped Care Program The Nurse Practitioner (NP) Stepped Care Program works to transition CMHA Toronto clients into the community, once they have acquired the knowledge and skills, and feel confident and capable in managing their own health care needs. NP Stepped Care is a “pathway” from clinical supports to community-based resources. We help […]Continue readingNurse Practitioner Stepped Care Program
About PPEP Since 2014, the Peer Program Evaluation Project (PPEP) at CMHA Toronto works in partnership with service providers to evaluate mental health services. PPEP is modeled after a mental health program evaluation initiative called Partnership and Evaluation toward Recovery (PER), developed in New Zealand in 2012. The program hires and trains people with lived […]Continue readingPeer Program Evaluation Project
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
Recovery College Recovery Colleges, based on a successful community mental health model from the UK, are focused on personal recovery in mental health and well-being. Recovery Colleges provide an innovative learning space where CMHA Toronto clients can access free courses, webinars, workshops, and events to learn, gain new skills, and connect with others in their community. In Canada, today, recovery colleges offer a new twist […]Continue readingRecovery College