Ontario

Beverley House

Type of Service

Support Within Housing - Mental Health

Program Description

This program is for women who have experienced homelessness and serious mental health problems. On site staff available for 24 hours a day and assist residents with day to day practical support such as providing a meal program, assistance with medication if needed, and helping residents with doctor appointments. The model of service is based on helping people become as healthy as they can be. Each person has their own private bedroom and access to a phone. Residents can make snacks and hot drinks and have access to the kitchen during the day but a hot meal is provided by staff. Various in-house and community social recreation activities are offered. Behind the house is the VanDuzer Art Studio which all of our residents have access to. This house is non-smoking.

Access Information

Our main source of referral is our partnership program which is the Hostel Outreach Program which is part of Fred Victor Centre. If they are not able to provide us with referrals we accept referrals from The Access Point. In order to be referred to the program, interested applicants must contact The Access Point. Our house is a licensed rooming house of the City of Toronto. All residents pay rent which is determined by the Ministry of Health and Long term Care. Please note the house is not wheelchair accessible.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 416-640-1934
Toll-Free 888-640-1934
Fax 416-499-9716
Website

Clients Served

Gender Female
Age 16 to 65 years of age.
Catchment Municipalities: (Toronto)
Wheelchair Access No

Smoking

Policy Allowed
Note

Application Referral Forms

Languages

English

Hours

Friday 0900-1800
Monday 0900-1800
Saturday 1000-1800
Sunday 1000-1800
Thursday 0900-1800
Tuesday 0900-1800
Wednesday 0900-1800