The Addiction Program offers a variety of structured and low-barrier services to support individuals with mental health and addictions.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams support individuals in their recovery process by providing intensive community-based recovery and support services.
Case Management assists individuals in meeting their basic needs and encourages the development of skills needed to live independently and improve quality of life.
The Community Treatment Order program collaborates with individuals to fulfill their Community Treatment Plan obligations, while also providing support to meet their basic needs, develop their skills, access physical and mental health resources, and connect with other relevant community supports.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy is a one-year intensive program for clients with emotion dysregulation or borderline personality disorder (BPD), consisting of individual counselling and a skills group.
The Early Psychosis Intervention Program helps youth who are in the early stages of developing psychosis, providing them with a full range of services to help them maintain their goals at work, at school and within their social networks.
The Employment Program assists individuals with obtaining and maintaining competitive community-based employment as part of their mental health recovery journey.
The Extreme Cleaning and Hoarding Support Program provides free services to seniors who are in need of extreme cleaning and/or hoarding supports.
Family navigators provide resources to families who are using mental health services at St. Joseph’s Health Centre.
The Family Outreach and Response (FOR) Program provides recovery-oriented support to people who care about someone experiencing a mental health issue.
The Forensic Supportive Housing Program (FSHP) provides supportive housing and intensive case management services with a focus on recovery, independence, skill building, and risk management.
Healthy Families works to strengthen families by facilitating connections to mental health, addiction and primary health services.
The Home for Good Innovative Housing Program supports individuals with obtaining and maintaining more permanent housing and living more independently in the community.
Hospitals to Homes supports the transition from inpatient to outpatient by providing individuals with information, education, resources and community care planning.
Housing First Intensive Case Management is a client-centered, recovery-oriented approach to ending homelessness. It is based on the principle that all people deserve housing, and that adequate housing is a precondition for recovery.
The Housing Program connects individuals living with mental illness to permanent and affordable housing, enabling them to live independently and improve the quality of their lives.
The Intake Information and Referral Program provides information and resources, and assists people with referrals to CMHA Toronto programs and/or directs people to other appropriate services.
The Lurie Housing Program provides housing support, 24/7 drop-in support and case management services to assist individuals with regaining independence and improving health and wellbeing.
MHJ Court Support & Diversion Services work with individuals living with mental illness who have criminal charges pending at the courts.
The Mental Health and Justice Prevention Program seeks to reduce the risk of criminal arrest by linking individuals to mental health and other services and, where needed, by providing short-term case management and community support.
Mental Health Court Support Services diverts individuals from the court system into mental health and community support services.
Multicultural Women’s Wellness Groups promote the mental health of individuals who face social isolation and who experience cultural and linguistic barriers.
The Nurse Practitioner (NP) Stepped Care Program provides treatment and support services to individuals diagnosed with a serious mental illness who no longer require intensive services offered by the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program.
The Syrian and Newcomer Youth Mentorship Initiative is a program with The Opening Doors Project that helps Syrian and newcomer youth adjust to life in Canada through group sessions and one-on-one meetings.
The Opening Doors Project offers free workshops that strengthen, foster and cultivate healthier communities in Ontario.
The aim of Opening Doors – Youth Employment and Skills Strategy program is to provide individual counselling and workshops on a range of pre-employment skills to newcomer youth who are experiencing challenges with entering the job market.
Pathways is a community-based program that facilitates the recovery of individuals experiencing mental health challenges by providing opportunities for peer support, skills development and leadership.
Nurse Practitioner Primary Care provides CMHA Toronto clients with access to primary health care services.
Recovery College provides an innovative learning space where anyone can access free courses, webinars, workshops and events to support their personal recovery in mental health and wellbeing.
The Recovery Homes Program supports seniors in transitioning from a shelter to independent living.
The Rehabilitation Action Program (RAP) is a non-crisis community-based service that offers support to members of a culturally diverse population who struggle with mental health challenges that impair their day to day lives by offering specialized case management services.
Routes is a peer community space for adults looking to connect with peer support, socialize in a safe and accepting space, and learn about mental health resources.
The Safe Bed program offers short-term housing for individuals living with serious mental illness and who are in crisis, providing an alternative to custody or hospital admission.
Strengthening Communities in Scarborough is a client-centred case management program that provides on-site support in specific Scarborough communities.
The Toronto Community Crisis Service (TCCS) is a community-led response to crisis calls and wellbeing checks that can be accessed by calling 211.
The Transitional Case Management (TCM) Program is an outpatient forensic mental health program that focuses on recovery, skill building and risk management.
The Transitional Rehabilitation Housing Program 1 (TRHP 1) provides supportive housing to forensic clients with 24/7 support, including intensive case management services which focus on recovery, skill building and risk management.
The Transitional Rehabilitation Housing Program 2 (TRHP 2) is a supportive housing and intensive case management program that prepares forensic clients for more independent housing in the community.
The Transitional Youth Program supports youths in their mental health recovery, assists them in regaining and maintaining age-appropriate milestones, and minimizes the disruption that mental illness can have on their lives.
Virtual Community Care Hubs are office spaces located throughout our community where individuals can access telehealth services in a supportive and personable environment.