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
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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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
Strengthening Communities in Scarborough (SCS) is an intensive case management program that works with individuals who have complex mental health and addiction needs in specific Scarborough communities. The goal is to assist them in accessing housing support, and other community services across the broader health and social services system. The program provides immediate, short-term and […]Continue readingStrengthening Communities in Scarborough (SCS)
We are pleased to announce that Immigration, Refugee and Canadian Citizenship (IRCC) has re-instated funding for the Opening Doors Project and Syrian Youth Mentor Initiative. We are now offering a full schedule of workshops and encourage you to contact Everdene Francis email@example.com or Sritharan Vasantha firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule workshops. We […]Continue readingThe Opening Doors and Syrian Youth Project
The Toronto Community Crisis Service (TCCS) The Toronto Community Crisis Service (TCCS) is a non-police response with multidisciplinary teams of trained crisis workers who will respond to non-emergency calls from people experiencing a mental health crisis and requests for wellbeing checks. This City of Toronto initiative is a new community-led service in partnership with CMHA […]Continue readingToronto Community Crisis Service
The goal of our Transitional Youth Program is to assist youth in regaining and maintaining age-appropriate milestones and minimize the disruption that mental illness can have on their lives. The Transitional Youth Program (TYP) assists youth who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or a mood disorder and are beginning to address the symptoms of the […]Continue readingTransitional Youth Program
CMHA Toronto, in partnership with the Centre for Immigrant & Community Services (CICS), Addiction Services Central Ontario (ASCO), and Unison and Scarborough Health Network (SHN), strive to improve population health and reduce inequities among population groups by leveraging virtual care through the introduction of Virtual Community Care Hubs (VCCH). This initiative received provincial funding to […]Continue readingVirtual Community Care Hubs