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Offered in York
Abiona Centre - Toronto - Humewood Drive
A service of Abiona Centre
Intensive/Day Treatment - Mental Health
High school within the centre for young mothers and pregnant teens who wish to continue their education. The school: - is operated in partnership with the Toronto District School Board - offers a broad range of Grade 9 to Grade 12 courses - is designed to meet the educational, social and emotional needs of individual students

Offered in Toronto
Abiona Centre - Toronto - Sheppard Avenue W
A service of Abiona Centre
Support Within Housing - Mental Health
Abiona Centre, in collaboration with Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC), provides 27 rent-geared-to-income (RGI) units. Twenty-three (one-bedroom units) and four (two-bedroom units) are available to young parenting mothers aged 16-24, with a maximum stay of up to four years. Clients must meet the following eligibility criteria: - Young mothers aged 16-24 who are the primary caregivers (would have had their first child by the age of 19) - Homeless or under-housed - On waitlist with Access to Housing Toronto (potential clients will be assisted in their applications if necessary and appropriate) - Demonstrate a financial need - Applicant should be working or enrolled in a full-time or part-time program (training, trades, school, etc.) - Demonstrate the ability to live independently - Willing to participate in case management, monthly tenant meetings, quarterly service plans and workshops facilitated by Abiona Centre or in collaboration with partners.

Offered in East York
Abiona Centre - Toronto - Broadview Avenue
A service of Abiona Centre
Bed-Based Treatment - Mental Health
Group-living setting for 22 young women, aged 13-21 and their babies. Women are supported by residential counsellors and social workers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The young women arrive at any time during pregnancy, and they and their babies stay for up to six months after delivery. The goals of the Prenatal Residential program include: - birth of healthy babies - early bonding - effective newborn support and care - teaching life skills for parenting and independent living

Offered in East York
Abiona Centre - Toronto - Broadview Avenue
A service of Abiona Centre
Support Within Housing - Mental Health
Provides support for young mothers, aged 16-21, and their babies. They live for up to 6 months in one of 10 partially furnished, self-contained apartment units. They pay modest rents, geared to their income. Residential counsellors and social workers ensure: - mom is coping - the attachment process is going well - baby is thriving - placement of the baby in the Early Learning program at the Centre.

Offered in East York
Abiona Centre - Toronto - Broadview Avenue
A service of Abiona Centre
Intensive/Day Treatment - Mental Health
High school within the centre for young mothers and pregnant teens who wish to continue their education. The school: - is operated in partnership with the Toronto District School Board - offers a broad range of Grade 9 to Grade 12 courses - is designed to meet the educational, social and emotional needs of individual students

Offered in Toronto
Across Boundaries - Toronto
A service of Across Boundaries: An Ethnocultural Mental Health Centre
Case Management - Mental Health
Provides equitable and holistic mental health and addictions services and supports for racialized communities within frameworks of anti-racism, addressing anti-blackness and anti-oppression. This program recognizes the urgent need for mental health support services and services for those who are 2SLGBTQ+ and who identify as QTBIPOC (Queer & Trans Black, Indigenous, and Person of Colour). Across Boundaries provides community-based and in-house programs that integrate individual support, support groups, alternative and complementary therapies, skills building, social and recreational activities. Our staff practice harm reduction, sex-positivity, queer positivity, trans-inclusivity, and compassionate and trauma-informed counselling. Our services are client-centered and judgement-free. 2SLGBTQ+ Program Offerings: - Case Management & Counseling. - Individual Support, Trauma-Informed Counselling, Alternative Healing. - Virtual programs, events, and support groups - Annual Gathering of QTBIPOC communities from across the city on Mental Health needs of our communities - Partnerships & Collaborations with other mental health & addictions service organizations - INHALE / EXHALE : Feel-good, heart-centred, and free programming for QTBIPOC — Queer & Trans Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour

Offered in Toronto
Across Boundaries - Toronto
A service of Across Boundaries: An Ethnocultural Mental Health Centre
Case Management - Mental Health
Case management services are provided to racialized individuals with serious mental illness who require support to live and work in the community. Case managers provide on-going support as needed by the client in order for them to stabilize, achieve their goals, and improve the quality of his or her life. Case managers also work to coordinate the services the client requires from across the mental health system, as well as other service systems (i.e., criminal justice, developmental, and addiction services). Inclusion criteria: - Individuals 15 years of age and older who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness - Individuals who are living in the Greater Toronto area

Offered in Toronto
Across Boundaries - Toronto
A service of Across Boundaries: An Ethnocultural Mental Health Centre
Case Management - Mental Health
Provides support to racialized individuals to transition from persistent homelessness to living independently within a community. Provide an Intensive Case Management (ICM) service for people from racialized communities living with mental illness and homelessness based on the Housing First model of service.

Offered in Toronto
Across Boundaries - Toronto
A service of Across Boundaries: An Ethnocultural Mental Health Centre
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
Social rehabilitation and recreation program that integrate skills building, digital programming, support groups, alternative and complementary therapies, art therapy, creative expressions, community kitchen, individual support, counselling, and community partnerships. Program offers a community kitchen which provides breakfast and lunch Monday to Friday for approximately 40 clients every day. Three to four clients are assigned to work together to prepare lunch.

Offered in Toronto
Across Boundaries - Toronto
A service of Across Boundaries: An Ethnocultural Mental Health Centre
Case Management - Mental Health
Offers a range of support and services for transitional aged youth (ages 15-24) with mental health and/or substance use issues.

Offered in Kingston
Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington - Kingston - Lyons Street
A service of Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (AMHS - KFLA)
Support Within Housing - Mental Health
This program supports individuals with complex, serious mental illness, and provides high intensity services for individuals in a residential setting with access to wrap around services. Provides individuals who require high intensity support with an independent living experience that will provide them with the tools they need to transition to community living.

Offered in Kingston
Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington - Kingston - Princess Street
A service of Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (AMHS - KFLA)
Case Management - Mental Health
Case Managers work with individuals who have mental health or addiction issues and are living independently in the community. Services are designed to assist individuals in their home, work, school and social environments. Case Managers provide goal-oriented and individualized supports focusing on improved self-sufficiency. Case management can assist with: - Development of problem solving and coping skills. - Development of skills for budgeting and personal care as well as time, anger and stress management. - Learning about mental illness or addiction and symptom management. - Connecting to other community supports and services. - Interactions with landlords, Public Trustees, ODSP or other services. - A consulting psychiatrist is available for consultation around medication and treatment options.

Offered in Kingston
Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington - Kingston - Princess Street
A service of Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (AMHS - KFLA)
Centralized/Coordination Access
Provides standardized psychosocial and risk assessments, and referrals to internal and external services.

Offered in Kingston
Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington - Kingston - Princess Street
A service of Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (AMHS - KFLA)
Diversion and Court Support - Mental Health
The Court Support Service provides post-charge advocacy and linkage to organization and community supports for individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness who commit minor offences.

Offered in Kingston
Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington - Kingston - Princess Street
A service of Addiction & Mental Health Services - Kingston Frontenac Lennox & Addington (AMHS - KFLA)
Crisis Intervention
The Crisis Services program offers mental health crisis support and intervention to individuals in the community via telephone crisis line and by walk-in during office hours. This program provides referral and other community resource information. A mobile crisis team may respond if indicated.
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