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Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Toronto


Good Shepherd Non Profit Homes provides permanent supportive housing and community-based programs to individuals living with mental health and substance use- related needs. GSNPH helps people with a history of or at-risk of homelessness to maintain permanent housing and increase their quality of life. It connects individuals to resources needed to nurture and maintain social, recreational, educational, occupational and vocational activities. GSNPH uses a person-centred, evidence-based approach to care.

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550 Queen Street East, Suite 315, Toronto, ON M5A 1V2

416.203.2711

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Main Office:
550 Queen Street East, Suite 315
Toronto, ON  M5A 1V2
Phone: 416.203.2711
Fax: 416.203.2811

Chief Operating Officer: Colleen Lamond

Good Shepherd Non Profit Homes Toronto provides permanent supportive housing and community-based programs to individuals living with mental health and substance use- related needs. GSNPH helps people with a history of or at-risk of homelessness to maintain permanent housing and increase their quality of life. It connects individuals to resources needed to nurture and maintain social, recreational, educational, occupational and vocational activities. GSNPH uses a person-centred, evidence-based approach to care.

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Brother Joseph Dooley Apartments

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Phone: 416.869.3974
Fax: 416.869.3610

Manse Road High Support Housing Program
Scarborough, ON

This program is for individuals, 16 years of age or older, living with significant mental health challenges who require a high degree of support. Staff are onsite 24 hours a day and provide assistance in developing skills to live independently. Once a resident no longer requires a high degree of support, staff assist them in moving to more independent housing.

Current service languages provided: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Hungarian, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

Support services offered:

  • Direct skills teaching
  • Supportive counselling
  • Liaison with other community resources
  • Individual functional and resources assessment leading to skill development and goal attainment
  • Advocacy
  • Social/recreational events
  • Crisis prevention and intervention
  • Trusteeship program
  • Property management support
  • Harm reduction support

Referrals accepted from The Access Point (coordinated access to supportive housing in Toronto) specific to those individuals requiring high support and wishing to reside in Scarborough. Referrals are also accepted from our partnership with Ontario Shores and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

A.S.H. Addictions Supportive Housing
Toronto, ON
This program supports 32 adults with complex substance use challenges or complex concurrent disorders who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. They must meet the criteria of high intensity service use of one or more of the following:

Withdrawal Management System (WMS) – Individuals with 10 or more admissions to residential WMS in the previous year.
Emergency Rooms – Individuals reporting or reported to have 20 or more admissions to emergency rooms in the previous year or five or more admissions to emergency rooms in the previous two months.

Hospitalizations
 – Individuals who have had 20 or more hospital in-patient bed days in the past year (includes acute care, rehabilitation and complex care hospitals).
Justice System – Individuals with five or more contacts with the justice system (police, courts, corrections) for separate issues (not contacts for the same charge, incident, process) in the past year.

Intensive Case Management
North York, ON

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Holmes Group Home
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STOPP Smoking Cessation Program
Toronto, ON

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