Ontario

Booth Supportive Services

Type of Service

Support Within Housing - Mental Health

Program Description

Booth Supportive Services provides support and services to people diagnosed with concurrent disorder with the goal of keeping them housed, holistically healthy, connected with resources and their communities, empowered and working towards independence from our services within two years' time. Booth Support Services is unique, in that, unlike housing workers in the shelter and other support services agencies, our staff's task is to walk along side clients, befriending them, and provide any and hopefully all services they need to succeed in independent living in a healthy happy manner. The frequency, nature and intensity of our involvement are totally client driven. Services are provided to clients in their own home and or chosen community.

Access Information

In order to become a client of Booth Supportive Services, a person must meet the following conditions: has been recently housed / able to access one of the 15 BSS housing units; has concurrent disorders (diagnosed, self-diagnosed or perceived), i.e. with a history of drug/alcohol use and/or other addictions (such as gambling) and/or history of mental health consumer; referred or self-referred; history of sporadic housing; willingness to work with the program and the staff; be 18 years of age and over.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 416-255-7070 Ext. 304
Fax 416-255-7064
Website

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 18 to 65 years of age.
Catchment Municipalities: (Toronto); From West Islington Avenue to East Warden Avenue from North Eglinton Avenue to South Lakeshore Boulevard
Wheelchair Access No

Smoking

Policy Allowed
Note

Languages

Spanish English French

Hours

Friday 0800-1600
Monday 0800-1600
Thursday 0800-1600
Tuesday 0800-1600
Wednesday 0800-1600