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Making Choices is the comprehensive guide to mental health services, supports and resources in the City of Toronto. It is intended to provide both an overview of parts of the mental health system, detailed information about individual mental health services, supports and resources, and related information. This guide is intended for use mainly by consumer/ survivors (persons who are users of the mental health system), by professionals helping them and by family members.
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1. Community Support Services

(CRCT) Community Support Services assists adults (16 and over) who are having a lot of difficulty in day-to-day living as a result of severe and persistent mental health issues. Community Support Services assists you to meet your basic needs such as food, housing, clothing, health care, manage crises, learn the skills you need to meet your goals, and connect to resources and services you need and want. The model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is two to six years.

2. Culturally Oriented Psychosis Education and Early Intervention (COPE)

(CRCT) The Culturally Oriented Psychosis Education and Early Intervention (COPE) program provides culturally appropriate case management for people experiencing their first episode of psychosis and the people who care about them. Model of service is recovery.

3. Health Promotion Program

(CRCT) Health Promotion staff work to support individuals, groups and organizations in the planning, delivery, and evaluation of mental health services in Toronto. Model of service is community development, organizational development, information development, dissemination, education and training.

4. Hostel Outreach Program (HOP)

(CRCT) The Hostel Outreach Program is a community mental health program for homeless women in Toronto who have significant mental health problems and difficulty functioning in the community. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation, hostel, and street outreach.

5. Mental Health Court Support Services

(CRCT) The purpose of the Mental Health Court Support Program is to assist people charged with low-risk criminal offences to access and utilize mental health services and other supports. The Mental Health Court Support Program recognizes that some individuals who face criminal charges would be better served by the Mental Health System than the Criminal Justice System (CJS). Individuals are diverted out of the regular stream of the CJS, by virtue of their voluntary participation in the program. The model of services is psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is 6 to 12 months.

6. Scarborough Wellness Project

(CRCT) This is a free activity for adults in the Scarborough area who are living with mental health issues. It is a wellness-based recovery project being developed by people recovering from mental health issues. Activities: Join us every Wednesday afternoon to learn about Recovery, meet new people and have fun. Suggested activities include: Learning and sharing about recovery through guest speakers and videos; Yoga; Nutrition and fitness; Creative Art; Music appreciation; Self Advocacy; Out and About: walking group; Peer support; And much more&your suggestions are welcome. Date: Every Wednesday. Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Place: Scarborough Village Community Centre 3600 Kingston Rd. (416) 396-4048 (North east corner of Markham Rd. and Kingston Rd.). To find out more about this project and how you can become involved please call: The Wellness Project Tel: (416) 482-4103 ex. 388

7. Tamil Peer Support Group "Sangamam"

(CRCT) This is a social group. Come and learn more about healthy living.

8. 416 Drop-In Centre

Staff are available to provide crisis intervention and prevention support. Individual and group counselling available. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

9. 416 Drop-In Centre

Drop-in services include: breakfast and lunch daily, food bank once per week, clothing, telephone/fax/email services, showers and tub facilities, washrooms, laundry, ID Clinic, social/recreational activities, addiction counselling, referrals to community service. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

10. 416 Drop-In Centre

The 416 Drop-In Centre provides support and services to women dealing with mental health issues who are homeless, street-involved, dually diagnosed, and socially isolated. The program also offers a medical component which includes two family physicians for two half days per week and a half-time staff nurse attending to various medical and psychiatric concerns. Program capacity is 25 clients per day. Model of service is medical. Average length of stay is ongoing.

11. 416 Drop-In Centre

The 416 Drop-In Centre provides support and services to women dealing with mental health issues who are homeless, street-involved, dually diagnosed, and socially isolated. The program offers short-term case management services to access community services through a coordinated and holistic approach. The 416 is known for working with women whom other agencies find very difficult to serve. The program also offers a trustee program to help clients with money management. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

12. 6-Bed Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient Unit

Serves children and adolescents up to their 19th birthday whose mental health needs cannot be met on an outpatient basis. The six inpatient beds are used for acutely ill children and adolescents who need a 24-hour protective, therapeutic environment and close professional assessment and stabilization. The treatment team consists of a psychiatrist, child and youth workers, teacher, social worker, registered nurses and a clinical nurse specialist. The treatment team together with the patient and family will create and individualized treatment plan for each patient. Average length of stay is intended to be under two weeks. Model of service is psychoeducational / medical.

13. 6-Bed Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient Unit

Serves children and adolescents up to their 19th birthday whose mental health needs cannot be met on an outpatient basis. The six inpatient beds are used for acutely ill children and adolescents who need a 24-hour protective, therapeutic environment and close professional assessment and stabilization. The treatment team consists of a psychiatrist, child and youth workers, teacher, social worker, registered nurses and a clinical nurse specialist. The treatment team together with the patient and family will create and individualized treatment plan for each patient. Average length of stay is intended to be under two weeks. Model of service is psychoeducational / medical.

14. AbilityWorks

AbilityWorks helps people with mental health, intellectual, learning and physical disabilities find work. In addition, we can help people retain the jobs they have, obtain more hours of work or advance to a different job altogether. We also offer self employment support and training to those people who have a viable business idea. Specific supports include, meetings to help determine work readiness and a realistic job goal to pursue, job trials, working interviews, job coaching and a wage subsidy.

15. Aboriginal Services

In partnership with Native and non-Native agencies, Aboriginal Services provides individual and group counselling to Aboriginals experiencing homelessness, substance abuse and mental health issues. Other services include: telephone counselling, consultation and education. Model of service is concurrent disorders. Average length of stay is long-term.

16. ACCESS (CAMH program)

Time limited outpatient Continuing Care service designed to serve people with serious mental illness who have a diagnosis of schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. A team of multidisciplinary health care professionals, following the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, provide one-on-one counselling and support to meet the goals of the client. Treatment is client directed and focussed on living, learning, work and social needs.

17. Access 1

Access 1 provides individuals and their family members with information and support in accessing mental health case management and assertive community treatment teams in North York and Scarborough. It is an up to date source of information on individual support services provided by 14 mental health service providers in North York and Scarborough. Model of service is coordinated access system.

18. Access and Counselling Program

Home based services.

19. Accommodation, Information and Support

Permanent affordable housing for singles and families recovering from mental illness who have experienced homelessness. Support services include case management and community development initiatives. Some units are accessible and some are designed for hearing impaired clients. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over 10 years.

20. Accommodation, Information and Support

Permanent affordable housing for singles and families recovering from mental illness who have experienced homelessness. Support services include case management and community development initiatives. Some units are accessible and some are designed for hearing impaired clients. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over 10 years.

21. Accommodation, Information and Support

Permanent affordable housing for singles and families recovering from mental illness who have experienced homelessness. Support services include case management and community development initiatives. Some units are accessible and some are designed for hearing impaired clients. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over 10 years.

22. Accommodation, Information and Support

Permanent affordable housing for singles and families recovering from mental illness who have experienced homelessness. Support services include case management and community development initiatives. Some units are accessible and some are designed for hearing impaired clients. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over 10 years.

23. Across Boundaries: An Ethnoracial Mental Health Centre

Across Boundaries is a mental health centre which provides a range of supports and services to people from ethnoracial communities in Toronto who are experiencing severe mental health problems or serious mental illness. Model of service is a holistic approach to mental health care within an anti-racism framework. Average length of stay is two years.

24. Across Boundaries: An Ethnoracial Mental Health Centre

Across Boundaries is a mental health centre which provides a range of supports and services to people from ethnoracial communities in Toronto who are experiencing severe mental health problems/serious mental illness. Model of service is a holistic approach to mental health care within an anti-racism framework.

25. Acute Care Unit (ACU)

The Acute Care Unit (ACU) provides short-term intensive inpatient care for a diverse population of individuals with a severe mental illness and/or substance abuse issues. This unit provides treatment for individuals who require high levels of observation and intervention related to their illness. Treatment is carried out by a multidisciplinary team and is individualized based on the client's needs. Average length of stay is between 17 and 28 days.

26. Adam's house

Supportive/Transitional housing complex at 423/435 Sherbourne Street for 27 individuals with mental health illness who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Partnership with VHS Home Care Health who is acting as landlord and COTA Health which provides that support service. Rent subsidies and operating dollars funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) via Phase II Homeless Housing Initiative. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is two years.

27. Addiction Program

Outpatient Substance Abuse Program, including transition age youth concurrent disorders- assessment, treatment, referral. Both abstinence and harm reduction programs for residents of North York with alcohol, drug problems or other addictive behaviours. Specialized program for health professionals available.

28. ADHD Clinic

The ADHD clinic serves children up to 16 years of age who are experiencing problems related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and associated difficulties including emotional, behavioural and learning issues. Our team of mental health therapists, social workers, psychologists, nurses and psychiatrists provide assessment, treatment and community programming for children, families and helping professionals. Model of service is assessment and psychoeducational. Average length of stay is two to four months.

29. Adolescent Day Treatment

The Adolescent Day Treatment service provides youth (usually living in the Durham Region) who have a major depressive or psychotic disorder, with psychiatric assessment and follow-up; individual rehabilitation therapy; life/social skills assessment and training; recreational programming; and educational remediation and instruction. Toll-free community line 1-800-341-6323.

30. Adolescent Mental Health Day Hospital

This program assesses and treats adolescents between the ages of 13 and 18 with serious mental illness who have a stable living environment while attending a day hospital program. The model of service is psychosocial and medical.

31. Adult Case Management

Across Boundaries is a mental health centre which provides a range of supports and services to people from ethnoracial communities in Toronto who are experiencing severe mental health problems/serious mental illness. Model of service is a holistic approach to mental health care within an anti-racism framework.

32. Adult Day Treatment Program (ADTP)

The Adult Day Treatment Program (ADTP) provides intensive, outpatient psychiatric treatment and psychoeducation to adults, 18 years of age and older. Several program streams are offered depending on the individual's level of functioning. At the Etobicoke campus, a long-acting injection from the Clozapine Clinic operating from within ADTP. The primary goal of the Clozapine Clinic is to ensure the safe use of the drug by providing weekly or biweekly blood monitoring for each patient. Prescription refills and general monitoring of the patient status are provided as well. In Brampton, these services are provided from within the Adult Community Mental Health Clinic and PMHC Pharmacy.

33. Adult Eating Disorder Program

Partial day hospitalization - evenings (15 hours/week) for adults diagnosed with a DSM-IV eating disorder. Model of service is group-based therapies.

34. Adult Inpatient Etobicoke

A 37-bed acute care facility that provides assessment and acute treatment for adults with major mental illness. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

35. Adult Inpatient Unit

A 35-bed unit, located on the seventh floor Morrow Wing. Provides two separate treatment areas caring for patients undergoing intensive treatment in a safe, highly secure area; as well as those clients who can be cared for in a less restricted area to prepare for their return to the community.

36. Adult Mental Health Aftercare Program

Provides longer term, less intensive professional support services to the adult population enabling the achievement of successful independent living in the community and the prevention of non-essential institutionalization. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation.

37. Adult Out-Patient Psychiatry Services

Out-patient psychiatric counselling, consultation, crisis service.

38. Aftercare Clinic

TEGH ACC

Multidisciplinary staff team offers follow-up for adults with psychotic disorders; includes psychosocial groups, appointments with psychiatrist, medication follow-up and supportive therapy. For adults with ongoing psychotic disorders who are not currently experiencing psychosis or addicted to drugs or alcohol. Priority given to Toronto East General patients. Professional referral required.

39. Alternatives: The East York Mental Health Counselling Services Agency

Alternatives is an organization dedicated to enabling adults to realize their potential through counseling and case management. We work with people experiencing lengthy and/or significant mental health problems that seriously impact upon or disrupt their quality of life. We provide individual community support and counselling, groups, advocacy, linkages to other services, information and referrals. Together, an individual and support counsellors address issues related to: significant mental health problems; negotiating the mental health system; emotional, physical, sexual abuse; housing; poverty/social assistance; experiences of discrimination based upon race, gender, sexual orientation, religion etc; other client-identified issues. Alternatives also sponsors the Consumer/Survivor and Family Community Development Project. The project coordinator works with consumer/survivors and family members to support their increased involvement in the community mental health reform process, and to promote and develop innovative mental health supports. Model of service is strengths based model. Average length of stay is long term.

40. Ambulatory Services

Ambulatory Services is comprised of a multidisciplinary team and offers a group program, individual sessions and medication clinics to clients who are followed by a Sunnybrook and Women's College psychiatrist.

41. Among Friends

Among Friends provides social and recreational opportunities and health and wellness education for people with serious mental health problems. The program works in partnership with clients building on their individual strengths and supporting each person in realizing their goals. Model of service is recovery-based in partnership with members. Average length of stay is three years.

42. Anger and Addictions Clinic (a part of CDS)

Treats clients with concurrent anger and substance use problems. The therapy involves a combination of weekly individual therapy and group skills training. Treatment focuses on reducing substance use, violence, and maladaptive anger-related behaviours. Therapy also focuses on increasing mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Treatment involves a team approach and requires a six-month commitment. Individuals with outstanding legal charges are ineligible for this treatment. Referral Required: No. Clients must be seen in the Intake Assessment Service for a 90 minute preliminary assessment prior to further evaluation by a member of the Anger Consultation Team. Contact: Assessment (416) 595-6128 or (416) 535-8501 ex. 6483

43. Anxiety Disorders Clinic

The Anxiety Disorders Clinic provides assessment, consultation and multimodal treatment services for adults 18 to 65 with anxiety disorders. Assessments include structured diagnostic interviews and psychiatric consultation, with the view toward offering expert pharmacotherapy recommendations. Some clients receive longer-term follow up care with medication-based treatments. A second major treatment option offered through the clinic is cognitive behavioural therapy. This treatment is typically brief and is offered primarily in a group format. Average length of stay is 15-20 sessions.

44. Archway

Archway is a community based outpatient program with a client centered and recovery focus associated with the Schizophrenia Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). It provides services for adults with schizophrenia who reside primarily in the Parkdale area. Archway's multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, OT, RT, RNs, RPNs, SW, and case workers provide individualized care plans and group programming to serve the diverse treatment, social, and recreational needs of our clients. Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm.

45. Asian Initiative in Mental Health (AIM)

The Asian Initiative in Mental Health team provides language and culturally specific assessment, consultation and treatment to Chinese speaking people with mental illness. The model of service is short-term psychotherapy, psychosocial skill building (individual and group), and psychoeducational (individual and group). Average length of stay is six months to one year.

46. Asian Mental Health Program

47. Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team

The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team is a community program for people with severe and persistent mental illness, who require ongoing, comprehensive and individualized mental health services. This service is intended for people who have a minimum of sixty hospital days in the previous two years and the team works in partnership with their clients to decrease the need for hospitalization and improve the client's quality of life. Assertive outreach is provided to clients who have had difficulty maintaining contact with mental health services. This multidisciplinary team, which includes a psychiatrist, provides treatment, rehabilitation and support services in the client's home or in the community.

48. Assertive Community Treatment Team

The Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) program is a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals that provides community-based, intensive case management services to an adult population of severe, hard to serve and persistently mentally ill clients. The program incorporates the ACT model of varied service intensity, and service delivery including assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and support services in a community-based setting. The program incorporates principles that foster and encourage community integration and independent living for its clients. Model of service is community-based, intensive case management and psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is unlimited.

49. Assertive Community Treatment Team

Provision of community support, rehabilitation and treatment for individuals with a serious mental illness. Model of service is Ontario Program Standards for ACTT. Average length of stay is years.

50. Assertive Community Treatment Team

Provision of community support, rehabilitation and treatment for individuals with a serious mental illness. Model of service is Ontario Program Standards for ACTT. Average length of stay is years.

51. Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT)

Provides ongoing and continuous support in the community for individuals living with severe and persistent mental illness. Offers support including: 24-hour crisis intervention, counselling, medication education, assistance with basic necessities of daily living (housing, food, finanaces), access to substance abuse services and criminal justice system. Model of service is assertive community treatment. Average length of stay is years.

52. Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT)

Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) serves adults experiencing severe, persistent, and complex mental health problems, including; those with marked impairment in social, occupational, and daily functioning, and those with special needs such as high demand for services, substance abuse, homelessness, or involvement with the legal system. The program is committed to providing culturally sensitive mental health services for severely mentally ill people with various ethno-specific backgrounds. Model of service is Family Assisted. Average length of stay is unknown.

53. Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT)

Located on the second floor at the Branson Site, the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) serves people over 18 years of age who have mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder and schizoaffective disorder. The program is designed for those individuals who require intensive follow-up services provided in their own community. The ACTT Model stresses the importance of utilizing the psychosocial and medical approaches. Typical clients require frequent contacts and often need assistance with activities of daily living, social relationships, employment, housing, medical, financial, legal or addiction issues. The ACTT also has the ability to assess, prescribe, dispense, administer, monitor and evaluate medications. ACTT is a long-term program that assists clients in accomplishing a wide range of treatment, support, and rehabilitation goals. Our multidiciplinary team offers psychiatric, nursing, social work, occupational therapy, addiction, peer support and mental health worker expertise. The team has the potential to provide a 1:10 staff to client ratio. Our 365 day a year service is available to clients from 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, and from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. on weekends and holidays. A 24-hour beeper service is available to clients and significant others. Our primary catchment area is from Victoria Park in the east to Dufferin Ave. in the west, Highway 407 in the north and the old City of North York boundary to the south. For your convenience, our referrral package, can now be printed directly from our web site. This package contains our admission criteria as well as a referral form; it is also available by mail to all service providers, family members and potential clients by calling (416) 632-8708.

54. Assertive Community Treatment Team (Mount Sinai Hospital)

Mount Sinai Hospital ACTT is a joint venture with the Hong Fook Mental Health Association with the support of Mount Sinai Hospital. We focus on the use of ACTT models in research, assessment and treatment to: help those we serve to improve their quality of life; help them integrate into family and community; and, help them find fulfilling roles in society. To accomplish this we attempt to work in a manner which values individuals and their rights to be treated with dignity, compassion and without discrimination. We support various ethno-racial target client populations: South East Asian community, Tamil community, aboriginal community, and black community.

55. Assertive Community Treatment Teams (CMHA)

The ACT teams provide the treatment, rehabilitation and support services that assist people with severe mental illness in their recovery and their desire to live in the community. The teams are multidisciplinary each having a Social worker, Nurses, Vocational specialist, Occupational therapist, Psychiatrist, Peer support specialist and an Addictions specialist. ACT teams are able to provide services in the community, including people's homes. Support can be very intensive and a 24-hour on-call system is available to clients. CMHA Toronto has three ACT teams: West Metro ACT Team: East Metro ACT Team; New Dimensions ACT Team. The East and West Metro ACT Teams are designated forensic, which means that they work with consumers who have been involved with the legal system and have been referred by the Ontario Review Board. Contact Information: For West Metro ACT Team tgordon@cmha-toronto.net 416-789-7957 ext. 282 For New Dimensions and East Metro ACT Teams tmckay@cmha-toronto.net 416-289-6285 ext. 243

56. Assessment and Reintegration Program

ARP- Outpatient Services

The Outpatient Service provides follow-up for patients discharged from Whitby Mental Health Centre residing in the Centre’s catchment area. General services include: • Psychopharmacological intervention • Individual, marital and family psychotherapy • Case Management • Consultation to Health and Social Services • Crisis Service to Whitby Mental Health Centre outpatients. Toll free community line 1-800-341-6323.

57. Assessment and Transition to Employment Programs

Industrial setting used for vocational assessment and transition to competitive employment. Supported community-based non-vocational programs. For people (aged 18-55) with physical disabilities, with or without a secondary disability. Employment planning service for persons who qualify for ODSP - Employment Supports.

58. Assessment and Triage Unit

The medium-secure inpatient unit provides and supports a multidisciplinary forensic assessment of individuals facing a variety of charges under the Criminal Code. The assessments are predominately in relation to criminal "fitness" to stand trial and issues of criminal responsibility. However, the mandate of the program extends to assessing individuals convicted of various crimes and providing opinions related to pre-sentence evaluation. The program also provides limited beds for provision of psychiatric treatment for patients deemed "unfit" by the judicial system and placed on judicial treatment orders. Frequently, individuals falling under the auspices of the Ontario Review Board are initially admitted to the unit for stabilization or assessment prior to being transferred to appropriate longer-term treatment/rehabilitation inpatient units. Model of service is assessment. Average length of stay is 30-60 days.

59. Assessment Service

General psychiatric assessments are on a consultative basis for patients presenting with a wide variety of psychiatric and addiction symptoms. The main sources of referral for this service are community physicians, although the service provides consultation to numerous internal CAMH programs as well as external programs. All referrals are triaged by liaison clinicians, who provide expertise and coordination in the intake, triage and support functions to ensure that the patient is referred to the most appropriate service. Patients are assessed with a view to providing clinical care direction to the referring physician.

60. Assessment Service (Mount Sinai Hospital)

Provides comprehensive outpatient assessment on a consultative basis. The assement process includes a screening phone interview with the Ambulatory Coordinator, followed by an assessment which is generallly done by a psychiatric resident and psychiatrist together. This service is located at both Mount Sinai Hospital and at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health-Clarke site.

61. Assessments and Employment Planning

Assessment in janitorial and clerical setting. Employment Planning Service for ODSP-ES qualified clients. REVEL - a social/recreational program for people aged 18-55 with a disability.

62. Assistant Cook Extended Training

ACET

This employment-focused program offers people with mental health and addiction histories, who see work as part of the recovery process, the choice and the opportunity to receive training and employment in the food service industry.

63. A-Way Express Courier Service

A-Way Express Courier Service provides meaningful and supportive employment to people with mental health issues (consumer/survivors). Model of service is community economic development based on recovery model.

64. Bailey House

Shared living with 17 adult men with mental illness at 1330 King Street West. Established first private-public venture at COTA Health. Negotiated lease agreements with private landlord, tenancy and service agreements, as well as the city of Toronto licensing requirements. Space on the main floor dedicated to COTA Health satellite office/drop-in for service providers. Funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care as part of Phase I of the Homelessness Initiative - was formerly operated as Second Hope. Model of service is recovery.

65. Barrier Free Health Program

Counselling (one-on-one psychotherapy); Medical Health Care advocacy and peer support; nursing; chiropody; dietitian; pharmacy.

66. Bayview Case Management

Our flexible program provides intensive case management services in northeast Toronto. This program is intended for individuals who have, or are at risk of having a serious mental illness and both need and want intensive supports to live satisfactorily and successfully in the community. Our clients have access to one and two-bedroom apartments, when available, through our partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). Staff is on-call for emergencies 24 hours per day. Model of service is client-directed, recovery using psychosocial rehabilitation principles. Average length of stay is 5.4 years.

67. Bayview Cooperative

A low support, co-ed group home in North Toronto with a capacity of six people. A residential counsellor is available two evenings per week, with staff on call for emergencies 24 hours a day. Residents must be motivated toward peer support and want to live in a group setting. Residents have their own bedrooms. Model of service is client-directed and recovery using psychosocial rehabilitation principles. Average length of stay is twelve years.

68. Bayview House

A medium support, co-ed group home in North Toronto with a capacity of 10 people. Residential counsellors are available weekdays in the afternoon and evening, and on afternoons on most weekends. Staff is on-call for emergencies 24 hours a day. Residents must be able to live in a group setting with this amount of support. Residents share bedrooms. Model of service is client-directed, recovery using psychosocial rehabilitation principles. Average length of stay is four years.

69. Beverley House

This program is for women who have been homeless with serious mental health problems. On-site staff provide practical daily support, crisis intervention, facilitate a meal program and collaborate with our partner agencies who make referrals to the program. This is a dry house and non-smoking. Model of service is based on psychosocial rehabilitation. It has been designed for people who require more support but want less structure. A residential phone is provided, a computer with internet, social recreation programming, and bi-weekly house meetings. The average length of stay is long-term.

70. Booth Industries

71. Booth Industries

Offers vocational rehabilitation services Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm. Services include: assessment of work skills; goal-oriented counselling; work adjustment training through light assembly and packaging work; crisis intervention; continuing education classes with Toronto Board of Education; and spiritual services. For adults with a diagnosed psychiatric disability. Individuals dual diagnosed with developmental disability and a psychiatric disability may be eligible. Applicants must be monitored by a medical practitioner, not be a hazard to self or others, and be free from alcohol and street drug use for at least six months.

72. Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic (DBT/Personality Dis)

This is an outpatient treatment program specifically designed for people who meet criteria for borderline personality disorder. The program is tailored to individuals who may also have multiple concurrent mental health problems or addiction problems. Treatment is comprehensive and involves a combination of weekly individual therapy and group skills training, in addition to after-hours telephone consultation. Psychoeducational group for family and friends is also available. Treatment focuses on helping people manage emotions, deal with problems, improve their relationships and lead a more balanced lifestyle. Treatment entails a team approach and requires a minimum one-year commitment to treatment. Model of service is cognitive behavioural therapy. Average length of stay is variable.

73. Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic (DBT/Personality Dis)

This is an outpatient treatment program specifically designed for people who meet criteria for borderline personality disorder. The program is tailored to individuals who may also have multiple concurrent mental health problems or addiction problems. Treatment is comprehensive and involves a combination of weekly individual therapy and group skills training, in addition to after-hours telephone consultation. Psycho-educational group for family and friends is also available. Treatment focuses on helping people manage emotions, deal with problems, improve their relationships and lead a more balanced lifestyle. Treatment entails a team approach and requires a minimum one-year commitment to treatment. Model of service is cognitive behavioural therapy. Average length of stay is variable.

74. Boundless Adventures

Boundless offers five to 13 day educational credit courses to transitional youth and adults. Model of service is our own model of experiential education.

75. Breaking the Cycle

Breaking the Cycle is a 9 week program (2 mornings per week) specifically designed for women who have experienced violence. OFA's research shows that the majority of women attending the organization's programs are victims of violence. After years of abuse, most battered women have little self-esteem, few job skills, and little knowledge about how to find employment. Breaking the Cycle addresses self-esteem, stress management, parenting, health concerns, and barriers to action while providing assertiveness training, goal setting, information about abuse, legal information, and guidance around financial planning and education and training opportunities. The objective of the work and the group sessions is to enable women to break the cycle of violence in their lives and to move along the continuum toward achieving economic and social sufficiency.

76. Bridgeway Chemical Dependency Assessment and Treatment Program

Bridgeway Chemical Dependency Assessment and Treatment Program is an outpatient program which provides an array of services for chemically dependent individuals and their families, across the continuum of care: Assessment and Referral; Medical Withdrawal Management as needed; a 28-day Outpatient Treatment Program; Family Support Program and Aftercare. The program employs a biopsychosocial model of treatment.

77. Brief Psychotherapy Centre For Women

BPCW

The Centre offers a community-based, non-medical, short term (16 weeks individual therapy or 20 weeks of group therapy), based on a brief feminist relational cultural model. For women over 16 years of age who suffer from depression, anxiety and low self-esteem; also women who have undergone trauma or life transitions, or are experiencing relationship problems. Unsuitable for women who have current problems with substance abuse, or who need immediate help. No fee; may have to be on waiting list 12 to16 months. Located at 2 Carlton St., Ste. 1806.

78. Brother Joseph Dooley Apartments/McNeil House/Housing Outreach and Support Team (HOST)

Supportive and supported permanent housing for single men and women (16 - 65 years of age) who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and are consumer/survivors of the mental health system. Housing includes bachelor and one-bedroom apartments. Rent geared to income. Staff provide assistance with life skills, advocacy, and information and referral. Staff are available 12 hours per day and 8 hours with Brother Joseph Dooley Apts. on weekends. Wheelchair access to building. Eviction is under the Tenant Protection Act. Scattered apartments across the city of Toronto are supported by HOST (Housing Outreach and Support Team). Psychosocial rehabilitation and mental health recovery provide the basis of the support relationship.

79. CARE

Outpatient continuing care service is designed to serve the seriously mentally ill with a diagnosis of schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. A team of multidisciplinary health care professionals, following the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, provide one to one counselling and support to meet the goals of the client. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is continuous.

80. Case Management

Provide information and referral, and individual advocacy to women.

81. Case Management

Homeward is a community based mental health organization delivering innovative case management services to adults over 16 years of age with serious mental health needs from within the community and criminal justice system. We provide clinical case management, forensic and pre-release discharge planning for individuals within the community, Toronto Jail and the Toronto West Detention Centre. Model of service is psychosocial.

82. Case Management

Provide information and referral, and individual advocacy to women.

83. Case Management

The primary aim is to assist the individual in making a successful transition to community life through stabilization of symptoms and connection to appropriate social and professional resources. Model of service is recovery and case management.

84. Case Management and Discharge Planning Services

Homeward is a community mental health agency committed to providing a range of effective case management services for clients with serious mental illness in response to the multiple and diverse needs of the whole person, in a safe, client-centered environment that promotes trust, partnership and accountability. Homeward provide forensic case management services for clients with serious mental illness involved with the criminal justice system. In addition, discharge planning services are provided to clients with serious mental illness at the Toronto jail, based on the case management model of service delivery at Homeward.

85. Case Management for Seniors

Case management (community support) is offered to seniors with severe and persistent mental illness. This recovery-based service includes intensive individual support, assistance to manage mental health symptoms, assistance to address physical health issues, assistance to build support networks and access appropriate community resources. Model of service is case management and recovery.

86. Case Management Services: Toronto East

Toronto East Case Management provides intensive case management services for adults with serious mental illness who require support to live and work in the community. This program reflects recovery principles by encouraging a collaborative partnership between clients and case managers. Case managers assist people to meet their basic needs (e.g. food, shelter, finances), develop skills and access community resources. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is as needed.

87. Case Management Services: Toronto West

West Metro Community Support Services (WMCSS) provides intensive case management services for adults with serious mental illness who require support to live and work in the community. The program reflects recovery principles by encouraging a collaborative partnership between clients and case managers. Case managers assist people to meet their basic needs (food, shelter, finances), develop skills, and access community resources. WMCSS has designated positions to provide service in Italian and French. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is as needed.

88. Central Link

This off-site service provides a coordinated and comprehensive treatment program for people who have chronic schizophrenia, or related disorders, and are living in the community. The approach is multidisciplinary and holistic. Assessment, individual and group counselling, medication monitoring, case management and education are also provided. Model of service is continuing care. Average length of stay is long-term.

89. Challenging Directions Enterprises (formerly Brock Stop Vocational Rehabilitation Workshop

CDE

Challenging Directions Enterprises (CDE) is a voluntary vocational outpatient program operated from a community setting. At CDE clients learn work skills, social and independent living skills and have the opportunity to enjoy employment within a positive supportive environment. For more information please contact CDE at 905-665- 4026. Toll-free community line 1-800-341-6323

90. Child and Adolescent Ambulatory Mental Health Program

Multidisciplinary team providing outpatient assessment, treatment and counselling for children, youth and their families presenting with a variety of social, emotional, behaviour and family problems such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, family life cycle changes such as illness, death and divorce. We do offer psychiatric assessments, medication consultations and monitoring. Model of service is family-oriented counselling.

91. Child and Adolescent Eating Disorder Program

Day hospital and outpatient services for patients aged 12-19 diagnosed with an Eating Disorder. Treatments are family and group based.

92. Child and Adolescent Mental Health

A six-bed inpatient unit for children (under the age of 19) requiring short-term hospitalization. Located on the first floor Glendale wing. Offers an Urgent Care Clinic that provides short-term follow up and treatment for children assessed in our emergency department who do not require hospitalization. Offers a Transitional Support Clinic that provides support and short-term treatment to children discharged from the inpatient program.

93. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient

Assess and treat children and adolescents up to age 18 that present with serious mental health issues or high risk of harm to self or others. Model of service is medical.

94. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Transitional day program that supports reintegration into the community.

95. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Our service offers a six-bed unit providing crisis assessment, stabilization, and acute treatment.

96. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Provides crisis assessment, stabilization and acute treatment.

97. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services- Mississauga and West Toronto

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services provide outpatient services for children and adolescents up to age 18 and their families, who live in Mississauga and west Toronto. Children must have either a diagnosed psychiatric condition, or significant symptoms or unusual behaviour indicative of a psychiatric condition. Treatment may include individual, family or group therapy, psychiatric assessment, psychological testing and medication consultation and follow-up. Services also include community outreach, education and collaboration with other agencies and schools. Appointments for assessments are scheduled during the day; follow-up appointments are available during the day and on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. This service also offers a Rapid Response Team for children, which accepts referrals directly from staff in the ED and the inpatient Pediatric Unit of Trillium Health Centre. This rapid access to outpatient services can either provide an alternative to hospitalization or decrease the length of a hospital admission, when appropriate. Referral Process: This service is one of six agencies to launch a 'one phone number' approach to enable easier access to mental health services in the community for children and youth. Referrals to the outpatient service can be made by professionals, parents or guardians. Physicians are required to complete the Mental Health Services for Children and Youth Centralized Intake Physiciain Referral Form before the child can be seen by a psychiatrist.

98. Child and Adolescent Program

99. Chinese Seniors Health Centre

This service provides geriatric consultations and psychiatric assessment and treatment for Chinese seniors (over age 55). Mental health Outreach from WoodGreen Community Centre provides mental health services to Chinese seniors and families and education for community service providers.

100. Choices for Living Program

Choices for Living Program provides three 12-week group sessions for women living in the Greater Toronto Area who are struggling with mental health issues. The groups are housed in the North West part of the city of Toronto. Model of service is group work.

101. Choices for Living Program

Choices for Living Program provides three 12-week group sessions for women living in the Greater Toronto Area who are struggling with mental health issues. The groups are housed in the North West part of the city of Toronto. Model of service is group work.

102. Choices for Living Program

Choices for Living Program provides three 12-week group sessions for women living in the Greater Toronto Area who are struggling with mental health issues. The groups are housed in the North West part of the city of Toronto. Model of service is group work.

103. Clear Directions

Oupatient day treatment for youth 13-18 years with substance abuse problems, in collaboration with Breakaway.

104. Clear Directions Day Treatment Program

CD

Out-patient day treatment for youth 13-18 years old with substance abuse problems and mental health problems

105. Clinic for HIV Related Concerns

The Clinic for HIV-Related Concerns has been providing comprehensive mental health services to those infected and affected by HIV since 1986. It is a multi-disciplinary clinic which includes psychiatrists and psychotherapists with social work, nursing and occupartional therapy backgrounds. We offer: assessment and consultation; individual and group psychotherapy; couple and family therapy; and, psychiatric management of major psychiatric disorders.

106. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) unit provides short-term treatment of depression. Cognitive behavioural therapy, a type of psychotherapy, can help many people struggling with depression to deal more effectively with it. People learn to recognize that their thinking styles can contribute to the sad moods and despair that characterize depression. With time, they come to see alternatives to what their minds habitually tell them. Because of the relapse risk faced by those who have recovered from depression, the CBT clinic also offers mindfulness-based cognitive therapy to prevent symptom return. Finally, the CBT unit conducts ongoing research to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment and to refine understanding of what is most helpful to clients. Model of service is cognitive behavioural therapy evidence model. Average length of stay is 15-20 sessions.

107. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Clinic

This clinic provides CBT assessments and consultations.

108. Community and School Outreach Program

COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAM provides information, educational presentations, and consultation regarding crisis intervention and suicide prevention. Workshops and presentations of the Community and School Outreach Program are available to educators, parents, students, community groups, mental health professionals and other service providers. The workshops and presentations are specifically designed to assist the participants to: understand adolescent emotional development, recognize the causes and warning signs of suicide, know what to do during a suicidal crisis, identify and access community resources which provide assistance to a suicidal individual.

109. Community Clinic

Multidisciplinary consultation, outpatient assessment and treatment for children and youth from birth to 18 years, and their families.

110. Community Crisis Response Program

The Crisis Response Program is designed to assist people with serious mental health problems to diffuse a crisis situation and meet their immediate safety needs. Our focus is to support adults with serious mental illness to live independently in the community by offering a range of linkages to social, psychological, medical and community resources. The program has developed collaborative relationships with other service providers, including hospitals, police and other community agencies. In this program there are no services offered on an "on-going" basis. Model of service is telephone and mobile.

111. Community Development Program

The Community Development Program promotes the mental health of all individuals and communities in Ontario through knowledge enhancement, policy development, advocacy and the advancement of best practices in service delivery. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ontario disseminates high quality information on the mental health system, mental illness and mental health research to key audiences, including policy and decision makers, mental health professionals, consumers, family members, media, and the general public. CMHA Ontario facilitates capacity building within the community mental health sector, promotes evidence-based practice through research transfer and exchange, provides education and training to professionals working in the health and human services sector, and provides leadership in the development of policies that enhance and maintain the mental health of individuals and communities in Ontario and support individuals with mental illness and their families.

112. Community Information and Referral Program

Provides information and referral to mental health and/or addiction services by phone or in person. A bi-monthly newsletter is published and is mailed or emailed for free to consumer/survivors. A free income tax clinic is provided year round. The resource centre offers free literature on a variety of mental health and addiction topics, housing patient rights etc. A non-lending library of videos and books on issues of mental health and/or addictions is also available. The model of service is peer support.

113. Community Kitchen

114. Community Mental Health

The Community Mental Health clinic provides psychiatric assessment, consultation and follow up to clients within the Toronto west catchment area. The program provides brief psychotherapy, and language specific psychosocial rehabilitation and treatment for chronic mental disorders. Model of service is individual psychotherapy, mindfulness meditation and cognitive-behavioral treatment. Therapy groups are offered based on client need.

115. Community Mental Health - Multicultural Service

Brief therapy for Spanish/Portuguese speaking people. Individual, family, couple therapy as needed. Spanish Women's Art Therapy Group. Spanish Men with HIV Art Therapy Group. Community education on mental health issues. Referral to community programs as necessary.

116. Community Mental Health Clinic

A Monday to Friday service, providing consultation and brief therapy services by various psychiatrists, primarily at the request of community service providers. Psychiatrists provide follow-up post-admission to the Health Centre's inpatient units. Additionally, a multidisciplinary team provides specific services in the areas of social work, nursing, nutrition and family support. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is six to nine months.

117. Community Mental Health Program (York Community Services)

This program, which is a 22 year partnership between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Queen Street Division and York Community Services, known as YCS (community health centre), provides a community and consumer focused mental health program with strong working alliances with both the community and institutional sectors. Emphasis is placed on meaningful involvement of people in all aspects of their mental health care, on the enabling process of assuming increasing control over one's own life, and, on the development of community connections. And, wherever possible and appropriate, the involved families are offered education, support, guidance, and assistance. Holistic appoaches to health care are further supported by having the program function within a neighbourhood centre which integrates legal, health and social services.

118. Community Mental Health Program- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service

Long term case management services for people with severe mental disorders. Provide culturally and linguistically sensitive services to Italian, Spanish and Portuguese communities. Services include individual and family education and support; psycho-educational groups on schizophrenia and socio-recreational groups. Must be 16 years of age or older.

119. Community Mental Health Service Coordination Program (Community Treatment Order Coordination Program

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health employs Community Mental Health Service Coordinators to provide assistance to physicians and inpatient hospital teams to coordinate the process and development of community treatment orders (CTO) for individuals being considered for a CTO. The coordinators are located in mental health units in various Toronto hospitals and provide consultation to all parties involved to assist in the various aspects involved in the development of a Community Treatment Order. Coordinators ensure the appropriate forms are completed, liaise with rights advisors, and facilitate the development of a comprehensive community treatment plan based on an individual's treatment and support needs once discharged from an inpatient setting. This may include making referrals for ongoing support services as part of the community treatment plan. Model of service is consultative. Average length of stay is time-limited, based on how long it takes to complete the process to initiate a CTO.

120. Community Outpatient Programs

The Community Outpatient Program provides extensive mental health services to the community. With professional staff consisting of psychiatrists, nurses and mental health therapists, representing the fields of social work and psychiatry our services strive to prevent or reduce the need for hospitalization and ensure continuous care. Model of service is short-term, cognitive therapy approach. Average length of stay is four to six months or as needed.

121. Community Outpatient Programs

The Community Outpatient Program provides extensive mental health services to the community. With professional staff consisting of psychiatrists, nurses and mental health therapists, representing the fields of social work and psychiatry our services strive to prevent or reduce the need for hospitalization and ensure continuous care. Model of service is short-term, cognitive therapy approach. Average length of stay is four to six months or as needed.

122. Community Outreach

123. Community Outreach Services - Compass ACTT

We are a multidisciplinary team providing comprehensive psychiatric treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation from a client-centred perspective. Using a team approach we will provide community-based treatment and support with 24-hour availability. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is ongoing.

124. Community Outreach Services - Reach Case Management

Reach offers case management support to adults with long-standing mental health problems living primarily in East Toronto. The kind of support provided is decided upon by the case manager and client. Support is based on client's strengths and issues. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is around three and a half years.

125. Community Progress

Social recreational program with work activity and medication clinic for those with serious mental illness. Open Monday to Friday 0900 to 1500. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is five years.

126. Community Psychiatric Services For The Elderly

CPSE

Assessment by a psychiatrist and team member through home visit to elderly persons (age 65 and up); consultation, counselling and support to individuals and families; a Caregiver Support Group; on-going management for patients with psychiatric disorders; referral to community agencies and supports; case management, if not available through other agencies; consultation and liaison to nursing homes, homes for the aged, retirement homes and agencies within our catchment area; educational opportunities for family physicians, community workers, and other caregivers. Catchment area: Don Valley Parkway to Avenue Road, York Mills to St. Clair and CPR tracks. Call to request service.

127. Community Psychiatric Services for the Elderly (CPSE)

128. Community Recreation Program

Community-based therapeutic social/recreational program for adults with mental health disorders who are socially isolated. Consists of an afternoon Women's group (age range is 18 to 60 years) and an evening mixed group (age range is 18 to 60 years) held on Thursdays. Activities include: bowling, table games, outings, volleyball, etc. Groups meet at: Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. Professional referral required by a worker who will provide follow-up.

129. Community Support and Intervention Program (CSI)

The Community Support and Intervention Program (CSI) offers intensive short-term case management to young adults aged 16-24 who are before the courts or at a high risk of offending and are dealing with serious mental illness. CSI has a concurrent disorders specialist. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is 180 days.

130. Community Support Program

The Community Support Program provides support to individuals who have a serious and persistent mental illness in the North York area. The service is provided primarily in the client's home/community at a frequency and intensity that is variable and determined with the client. The program provides assistance in areas such as meeting basic needs, obtaining housing, accessing income support, pursuing educational and vocational opportunities. Additionally, some group activities are provided to enhance social support and encourage client involvement. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery. Average length of stay is three years.

131. Community Support Program

Case management services (community support) are offered to individuals living in the former cities of Etobicoke and York. This recovery-based service includes assistance finding and maintaining housing, life skills training, assistance accessing community resources and building support networks, crisis prevention and intervention. Staff liaises with other supports and work collaboratively with them. Telephone crisis response is available after hours. Model of service is case management and recovery. Average length of stay is two years.

132. Community Support Program (CSP)

The Community Support Program (CSP) offers long-term case management to youth aged 16-24 with a serious mental illness. Service includes individualized, flexible and comprehensive planning. Community support workers offer counselling, support, crisis intervention and linkage to other services and assist in providing a seamless transition to adult mental health services. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is three years.

133. Community Treatment Order (CTO) Case Management Services

CTO

CMHA Toronto provides people who are on CTOs with intensive case management services. CMHA works closely with the client, the CTO Coordinators, the client's treatment team and other supports to develop a support plan for the client while in the community. Assistance is provided to meet basic needs, develop skills, access mental and physical health supports, and other community resources. Community Treatment Orders are initiated by physicians. Assistance to develop the CTO and the Community Treatment Plans is provided by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's (CAMH's) CTO Coordination Team. Referrals for CMHA Toronto's CTO Case Management Services are accepted from CAMH CTO Coordinators and physicians.

134. Community Treatment Order (CTO)/Case Management Services

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto assists people who are on Community Treatment Orders to access case management services. The CMHA works closely with the client, the Community Treatment Order Coordinators, the client's treatment team and other supports to develop a support plan for the client while in the community. Assistance is provided around employment, housing, mental health, physical health and other community living issues. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay for Community Treatment Orders is six months but clients can stay in the service after it has expired for as long as needed by the individual.

135. Community Treatment Order (CTO)/Case Management Services

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto assists people who are on Community Treatment Orders to access case management services. The CMHA works closely with the client, the Community Treatment Order Coordinators, the client's treatment team and other supports to develop a support plan for the client while in the community. Assistance is provided around employment, housing, mental health, physical health and other community living issues. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay for Community Treatment Orders is six months but clients can stay in the service after it has expired for as long as needed by the individual.

136. Community Treatment Order Program

Community Treatment Orders (CTO) provide a legal mechanism for people with serious mental illness to receive treatment, support and supervision in the community. In partnership with the client and service providers, a comprehensive plan is developed that is less restrictive than being hospitalized. This program is for people who experience recurrent hospitalizations, benefit from treatment and usually do not engage in outpatient follow-up. Only physicians can initiate a community treatment order, which is limited to six months in duration. The CTO coordinator provides assistance with drafting the plan, ensuring rights advice and securing community services for the client. The CTO case manager is available for support, monitoring and developing linkages to community supports and organizations. Average length of stay is up to six months.

137. Community Withdrawal Management Services

This new service provides confidential clinical and social support to persons affected by substance abuse in their home, workplace or community. Males 416-530-6400, females 416-603-1462.

138. Concerned Parents of Toronto Inc.

As an association of concerned parents and friends, we are specifically concerned with adolescents and adults who have both an intellectual disability, and mental health needs. There is a lack of services for these individuals in Toronto. Our role has been to lobby government for specialized services, and to inform and support parents and friends of these adults. We meet on a monthly basis at the J.D. Griffin Adolescent Centre (located at 24 Silverview Dr., Willowdale) every second Wednesday evening of the month. We have published a directory of resources for adults with dual diagnosis. Call the Johnstons at the above number for more information.

139. Concurrent Disorders Service (CDS)

Offers specialized outpatient treatment to clients with both substance use and psychiatric problems. Substance use and mental health influence one another interactively. Maintaining a dual focus is key to effectively engaging and working with clients with concurrent disorders. The team ensures that clients receive care that is effective and coordinated. Program components include consultation; treatment planning and preparation; group therapy; limited individual therapy; case management; pharmacotherapy; treatment research; and education and training. In the Concurrent Disorders Service: Integrative Group Therapy (IGT) Clinic Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD) Clinic Eating Disorder and Addiction Clinic Referral Required: No. Clients must be seen in the Intake Assessment Service for a 90 minute preliminary assessment prior to further evaluation by a Concurrent Disorders therapist. Contact: (416) 595-6128 for an assessment Contact: (416) 535-8501, extension 6096 for general information

140. Concurrent Disorders Support Services (CDSS)

CDSS

CDSS is an access centre that provides intake and service planning for the Concurrent Disorders Transitional Support Partnership (CDTSP). CDTSP is a partnership of 16 agencies serving the downtown Toronto area (for a list of agencies, visit the CDSS web site). Fred Victor Centre is the lead agency. CDTSP offers time-limited urgent and transitional services to persons with a concurrent disorder- both mental health and substance use issues. Note that CDSS does not take direct referrals from community members or agencies. All referrals must come from partner agency workers who are providing current service.

141. CONNECT Counselling Services

This is a community-based program offering mental health, wellness and addiction services for the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing and their families. Support, education, advocacy and counselling are offered. Assessment, treatment and referral as well. Fully accessible for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing - use of American Sign Language (ASL), Langue Des Signes Quebecois (LSQ), interpreters, captionists, technical devices, video-conference for remote locations. Community outreach - education to consumers and service providers, service partnerships. Model of service is matched to consumer needs. Average length of stay is matched to consumer needs.

142. Construction Craft Worker Extended Training (CCWET)

CCWET

The Construction Craft Worker Extended Training (CCWET) program is a new Augmented Education program at George Brown College launched in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). The goal of the program is to help people with an addiction and/or mental health history take the first steps toward a job in Toronto's construction industry.

143. Consultation, Assessment and Treatment Program

This unit offers assessment of clients and consultation to physicians as well as a variety of time-limited therapies (primarily individual).

144. CONTACT Mental Health Service

CONTACT is an outpatient, community-based mental health outreach program that works with adults who have serious and persistent mental illness. Individuals accepted to the program must live in the catchment area of St. Michael's Hospital in southeast Toronto. They must also have multiple hospital admissions in the past two years. Model of service is assertive community outreach and psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is indefinite for some clients.

145. Co-op Apartment Program

Cooperative apartments for four MEN and three MEN, respectively, who have been involved with psychiatric services, and who are able to live in the community with limited support from staff.

146. Corner Drop In St. Stephen's Community House

Drop in, daily needs such as showers, laundry, food, day shelter, free phones, internet, email and nursing care.

147. Counselling Service

DYS

This program offers individual, family and group counselling for concerns related to social, emotional and behavioural needs. Through our In Schools Program, we also provide school based counselling and support services for students of local high schools who might be falling through the cracks.

148. Counselling/Case Management Service

CCEY

Provides services to older adults and adults with disabilities (including mental health problems) and caregivers who need help coping with the stresses of daily living. Includes information and referral, service co-ordination, outreach & monitoring, counselling, crisis intervention, advocacy, bereavement groups and caregiver support groups. Services can be provided at the office or at the individual's home.

149. Couple/Family Therapy Clinic

The Couples/Family Therapy Clinic provides couple/family psychotherapy. To be included, participants must have couple or family concerns, even if one or more individuals in the couple/family system are also receiving individual or group psychotherapy, or medication. Participants cannot take part if they have acute psychotic episodes, although the spouse or family of the acutely ill individual may be seen to guide their cooperation in the management of the episode and help with the impact acute illness has on the couple or family system.

150. Creating Opportunities Now to assist with Community Transition

CONTACT

The new CONTACT program (Creating Opportunities Now To Assist with Community Transition) is a partnership between the Vocational Services and the ARP Outpatient Services, along with community partners at the Canadian Mental Health Association Durham and Durham Mental Health Association CONTACT aims to provide patients with the opportunity to work towards goals in many areas of their recovery, including skill building, vocational, transitional and supportive programming.

151. Crisis Intervention Program

The drop-in provides crisis intervention response on a client walk-in basis. The outreach program will provide crisis response to registered clients and to community referrals which are presented to PARC directly via phone request from the general public, client tip-offs, local landlords, and other community sources. Average length of stay is on year.

152. Crisis Intervention Team

CIT

The crisis intervention team provides assessment, counselling, discharge planning, consultation, and referral for persons or families experiencing acute mental health crisis. The Crisis Intervention Team is located at the Mississauga site but also travels to the Queensway Site in Etobicoke to see clients. The hours of service are: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 10:00 pm, Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 10:00 am - 10:00 pm. Telephone 905-848-7495 and ask to page the Crisis Intervention Team.

153. Crisis Intervention Team

Trillium's Crisis Intervention Team offers assessments and counselling to adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis. This can include people suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, stress, and family crisis as well as those who are suicidal, or who are family members of trauma victims. The team also meets with individuals who are having difficulties with addictions and anger management, providing assessment and referral to appropriate resources in the community. The team includes both social workers and nurses.

154. Crisis Intervention Unit

Emergency department crisis intervention for adults (18 years and over) who are in serious distress or suicidal (24 hours/day); Out-patient services: crisis on-call telephone resource and crisis outpatient counselling (Mon-Fri 9-5).

155. Crisis Management Support Program

The Crisis Response Program is designed to assist people with serious mental health problems to diffuse a crisis situation and meet their immediate safety needs. Our focus is to support adults with serious mental illness to live independently in the community by offering a range of linkages to social, psychological, medical and community resources. The program has developed collaborative relationships with other service providers, including hospitals, police and other community agencies. Program offers: intensive follow-up in home; treatment and support; and support to family members. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery.

156. Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST)

157. Crisis Service

The Crisis Service at MSH provides rapid intervention within six sessions. Referrals are received from MSH and CAMH Emergency Department, Victim Services of The Toronto Metropolitan Police, family physicians and medical specialists. To make a referral please leave a message at 416-586-4800 ext. 8254 and fax a copy of the referral note to 416-586-8654, including the physician's name, phone number, billing information, and patient's name, telephone number, date of birth, OHIP number, and reason for referral. Please note that this service is subject to availability. To be included, participants must be adults, aged 18 and over. Participants cannot take part if they: are currently affiliated with another treating hospital; are currently being followed by a psychiatrist; or, abuse drugs or alcohol.

158. Crisis Service

Crisis assessment and brief outpatient treatment. At this time the majority of patients who receive crisis assessment/treatment are referred from Emergency Services. Some patients referred to the Assessment Service or by community physicians are determined to have urgent needs and receive crisis follow-up. Average length of stay is up to 90 days.

159. Crisis Service - Rouge Valley Health System - 6th Level

Crisis service provides assessment, referrals and short-term treatment to individuals who are experiencing a psychiatric or emotional crisis. We serve both adults and adolescents. Average length of stay is one to two visits.

160. Crisis Service (Centenary Health Centre)

Crisis assessment by nurse and psychiatrist - referral to appropriate resources.

161. Cultural Consultation Service

This new service supports all general psychiatric program clinicians in their assessment and management of patients from diverse ethnocultural backgrounds. The goal of this initiative is to provide culturally competent care.

162. Dalton Road Residential Program

Treatment for 7 adolescents, 14-18 years, male and female, is provided in a structured, therapeutic environment where troubled adolescents may experience opportunities to develop new resources, responsibilities and constructive patterns of relating. Families are encouraged to participate in treatment but family involvement is not a criteria for admission.

163. Day Clinic

The Day Clinic is designed to help people in the community who are experiencing emotional distress associated with major psychiatric disorders. The clinic provides group counselling, client-centered advocacy, and collaboration with other supports and resources. The clinic offers treatment and social rehabilitation programs in the community, in a friendly and supportive atmosphere that helps clients develop and enhance their living and coping skills. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

164. Day Hospital

Provides assessment and treatment for up to three weeks ensuring clients are stable and have suitable follow-up care. Helps to avoid unnecessary hospitalization for clients. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is three to six weeks.

165. Day Hospital

Three-week program intended to be an alternative to inpatient admission or transition from the inpatient unit. Model of service is psychoeducational.

166. Day Program

The Day Program provides life and social skills training, recreation and academic studies (Toronto Board of Education teacher) in a structured and supportive environment for up to 16 clients. Groups include creative arts, cooking and nutrition, wellness, money management, and conflict resolution. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and has an early intervention component. Program is generally full time. Average length of stay is up to two years.

167. Day Treatment

Three-month program for adults, 18 or older, with major mood and/or anxiety disorders. Model of service is recovery cognitive-behavioural.

168. Day Treatment Program

The day treatment service of the Mood and Anxiety Program will provide a multidisciplinary team approach for patients requiring aftercare and longer-term support. This service will be provided in three phases: phase one will pilot the provision of service to clients residing in the schizophrenia program; phase two will provide intensive outpatient treatment for 12 weeks; and phase three will provide follow up and supportive care for six to nine months. This rehabilitative care will include: training/retraining in activities of daily living, identification of specialized social supports, lifestyle education and skill building, as well as ongoing support and psychoeducation. Model of service is recovery.

169. Day Treatment Program - North York General Hospital - Branson Division

The focus of the Day Treatment Program is re-integration into the community following an episode of significant mental illness. The program offers: part-time treatment; close collaboration with our partnered community organizations; individualized treatment and discharge plans. Our newest Day Treatment service is a specialized geriatric psychiatry stream for persons over 65. Model of service is psychosocial, recovery and case management. Average length of stay is three to six months.

170. Day Treatment Program (East Metro Youth Services)

Classroom education (in cooperation with the Toronto District School Board), social skills training, vocational training, counselling, crisis support, substance abuse treatment, and life skills training. Offered at 4 locations. Must live in Scarborough and be between the ages of 14 - 18.

171. Day Treatment Program (Toronto East General Hospital)

This is an intensive, group-oriented mental health day treatment program for adults (18 and over) who are experiencing significant emotional or mental health difficulties. The program consists of psychotherapeutic, psychoeducational, and activity groups including: assertiveness training; life skills and communication skills; relaxation and stress management; goal-setting; medication group; and, recreation and community outings. The multidisciplinary team also offers: individual counselling/psychotherapy; medication monitoring; community linkage; and discharge planning. Prevocational assessment and psychological assessment can be made available to our clients. We encourage family members of clients to be involved for education and support. The program is structured on a milieau therapy model where clients write treatment contracts and participate in community meetings. Clients need to have stable housing, be in reasonable physical health and be willing to attend daily. Referral by physician, community agency or other professional is required. The average length of stay is two to four months.

172. Day Treatment Program: Transitional Program

The goal of the Transitional Program is to serve individuals recently discharged from inpatient psychiatric care, as well as those requiring additional suplport in remaining in the community. It is a 16-week, three mornings a week, group treatment program, with a "here and now" focus, designed to help individuals build new coping skills to improve their sense of well-being and their ability to function effectively in their daily lives. To be included, participants must: be currently involved in individual therapy; be willing and able to tolerate a group format; and, have stable living accommodations. Participants cannot take part if: they are currently abusing drugs or alcohol; they are actively suicidal or homicidal and unable to contract for safety; and/or, psychosis or mania interferes with ability to tolerate and/or benefit from a group process.

173. Day Treatment Progran and One-day Continuing Support Program

A one-day a week group program is available to MSH patients only who require ongoing support. The focus is to assist people that struggle with social isolation and would benefit from monitoring/management of their psychotic symptoms. The patients in this program are typically chronic schizophrenic patients. To be included, participants must: be willing and able to participate in a group program; require on-going support because of chronic psychiatric illness including psychosis; and, be MSH patients. Participants cannot take part if they are: acutely suicidal or homicidal; severely psychotic, organically impaired or in need of hospitalization; actively abusing substances; and/or, currently aggressive, threatening or unpredictable.

174. Day Treatment School Program

This program offers an educational and therapeutic learning experience. It is an academic program in conjunction with the Toronto District School Board. Individual and group counselling is available. The program's objective is to help youth eventually re-enter a mainstream school, alternative school or employment training program.

175. Day-Treatment Program: Three-Day Treatment

This program provides group-based treatment, three days per week, for individuals who have functional limitations related to a psychiatric illness. The focus of the groups is to gain more understanding of interpersonal relationships and to further personal insight. Particular attention is paid to the current crisis. Patients referred must be able to make a commitment to attend on a regular basis. Patients who are acutely suicidal, who are using substances, or who are in need of hospitalization would not be ready for the program. Psychiatrists and psychotherapists may refer a patient by contacting the Intake Coordinator and submitting a written summary of the patient's psychosocial situation.

176. Diabetes Self-Management Program for Mental Health Consumers/Survivors

DEC NET is pleased to offer a free Diabetes Self-Management Program for Mental Health Consumers/Survivors. Individual counselling/support and small group classes are led by a nurse and dietitian in a supportive community environment. Caregivers/case managers are also invited. Sessions are held at South Riverdale Community Health Centre, 955 Queen Street East (at Carlaw). For more info/to register, call 416-461-9042.

177. Distress Centres of Toronto

Emotional support and crisis intervention provided over the telephone by trained volunteers. Available 24 hours a day. Also provide public education and skills training about the following topics: emotional support, crisis intervention, suicide prevention. For administration call: 416-598-0166. To ask about volunteering call: 416-598-0166

178. Double Recovery Program

The Double Recovery Program offers those with mental illness, who also struggle with alcohol/drug addiction, safe and anonymous support through our informal peer-based meetings. All of our groups are facilitated by staff who are themselves in recovery. Double Recovery hosts several weekly discussion meetings at Progress Place and throughout downtown Toronto. The objective of the program is to engage men and women to share their mutual experiences, strength and hope so they may solve their common struggles, help each other recover from their particular addiction/s and discover positive tools to cope with daily mental health concerns.

179. Drop-In Centre and Outreach

Sistering is a women's organization that offers practical and emotional support to women through programs which enable them to take greater control over their lives. Sistering provides information and referral to housing, education, health care, therapists, drug and alcohol treatment, legal services, and other community agencies and organizations. In addition to our practical services - daily hot meals, clothing, laundry and shower facilities - Sistering also provides counselling, crisis intervention, advocacy and emotional support to women who have experienced violence and trauma. We also provide a variety of social and recreational programs to women who are homeless or under housed, living in poverty and isolation, which promote opportunities for inter-personal development. The model of service is drop-in. The average length of stay is day program, with unlimited attendance.

180. Drop-In Centre and Outreach

Sistering is a women's organization that offers practical and emotional support to women through programs which enable them to take greater control over their lives. Sistering provides information and referral to housing, education, health care, therapists, drug and alcohol treatment, legal services, and other community agencies and organizations. In addition to our practical services - daily hot meals, clothing, laundry and shower facilities - Sistering also provides counselling, crisis intervention, advocacy and emotional support to women who have experienced violence and trauma. We also provide a variety of social and recreational programs to women who are homeless or under housed, living in poverty and isolation, which promote opportunities for inter-personal development. The model of service is drop-in. The average length of stay is day program, with unlimited attendance.

181. Dual Diagnosis Case Management Program

This program serves individuals who have both a mental illness and a developmental diagnosis. These services are provided in collaboration with Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Dual Diagnosis Resource Service and the Griffin Community Support Network. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is two to three years.

182. Dual Diagnosis Day Program

This program is a 15 space, rehabilitation goal-focused program for clients with a dual diagnosis. The focus is on life skills, community integration skills and rehabilitation. This program offers an alternative to inpatient admission and also a transition program for clients leaving hospital. Model of service is bio-psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is 180 days to 2 years.

183. Dual Diagnosis Day Program

The program is designed for adults 16 years and older who have a dual diagnosis (co-occuring mental illness and developmental disability). The program provides life skills training and social skills development. Program is provided through groups and case management. The program is a partnership between Reconnect, The Griffin Centre and CORE. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation.

184. Dual Diagnosis Inpatient Unit

This unit has 15 beds for time limited admission, assessment and treatment for clients referred with a dual diagnosis. Model of service is biopsychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is short and long-term.

185. Dual Diagnosis Resource Service

Provides consultation, assessment, diagnosis, time limited treatment, respite, in home and crisis supports, education, training and system facilitation including referrals to housing, vocational, educational and treatment services. Consultation and support to family members and service providers caring for individuals with dual diagnosis. Time limited case management is available as part of these services.

186. Dual Diagnosis Telephone Support Service

A central information point for consumers with a developmental handicap and mental health needs, their families and service providers. Support, education, resource information concerning service planning and programming and clinical consultation is provided. This service is offered in partnership with agencies from the mental health and developmental service sectors. Available Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

187. Early Intervention Awareness Program

This program strives to raise public awareness regarding the early signs and symptoms of psychosis, by encouraging families, friends, and individuals to seek help early. This is achieved through the dissemination of information resources, public information forums, and presentations to youth in both school and community-based agencies. In certain regions this program provides specific support to families of Early Intervention clients, providing them with counselling and support groups, and ten-week educational programs. Model of service is one-to-one support and counselling, support groups and psychoeducation, workshop presentations and public information forums.

188. Early Intervention Clinic

Model of service is unspecified. Average length of stay is up to two years.

189. Early Intervention Family Program

This program provides support and information to families of Early Intervention (EI) clients, family being defined as 'caring relationships between people with schizophrenia, their relatives, friends, and other individuals in a supportive capacity'. This program provides crisis support and intervention to families, individual and family counselling, provides psycho-educational courses, support groups, training for families to be peer facilitators, development of resources for EI families, and on-line information. This program is delivered in partnership with the Family Outreach Response (FOR) program and the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario (MDAO).

190. Early Intervention Program

The New Outlook Early Intervention Program provides intensive outreach support and linkage to services for young people aged 15-24 experiencing a first episode of psychosis or experiencing symptoms of psychosis. Involvement may be up to three years and families/caregivers are involved in the recovery and rehabilitation process. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is up to three years.

191. Early Intervention Program

This program provides services to persons up to age 35 experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Clinical services provided include assessment, case management, provision of eduction to clients and their families and links to other services. The average length of stay is ninety days. Model of service is a multi-disciplinary approach.

192. Early Psychosis Unit (EPU)

Model of service is primary nursing.

193. Early Release Support Program (ERSP)

194. East Metro Assertive Community Treatment Team

The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams provide the treatment, rehabilitation, and support services that assist people with severe mental illness in their recovery and their desire to live in the community. The teams are multidisciplinary each having a social worker, nurses, a vocational specialist, an occupational therapist, a psychiatrist, a peer support specialist, and an addictions specialist. ACT teams are able to provide services in the community, including people's homes. Support can be very intensive and a 24-hour on-call system is available to clients. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto has three ACT teams. West Metro Act Team and East Metro Act Team, are designated forensic (which means that they work with consumers who have been involved with the legal system and have been referred by the Ontario Review Board). The third ACT Team, New Dimensions ACT Team, specializes in addictions. Model of service is an ACT model. Average length of stay is three years.

195. East York Consumer/Survivor & Family Community Development Project

The project works with consumers/survivors and family members to support their increased involvement in community mental health reform processes, and to develop alternative mental health supports. The project also works collaboratively with groups and individuals on public education and advocacy through community forums and video production. Social support and information sharing are important features of this initiative.

196. Eating Disorder Day Hospital

The Eating Disorder Day Hospital service provides intensive multi-modal therapeutic treatment for individuals who are moderately to severely ill. The program provides treatment seven to eight hours per day, Monday to Friday, and emphasized nutritional rehabilitation and the interruption and control of behavioural symptoms. Model of service is recovery for most, harm reduction for some. Average length of stay is 8-10 weeks.

197. Eating Disorders and Addiction Clinic (ED&A)

Offers specialized outpatient treatment to clients, both male and female, with substance abuse accompanied by an eating disorder. The treatment approach involves a combination of: weekly two-hour skills training sessions, involving both experiential therapy and coping skills training; weekly one-hour individual psychotherapy sessions; regular meetings with a dietician, physician and nurse as needed. The program provides integrated concurrent treatment for both eating disorders and substance use disorders. The program has a one-year commitment. Model of service is cognitive behavioural therapy. Average length of stay is variable.

198. Eating Disorders Day Treatment Program

An interdisciplinary team approach treating children and adolescents with a diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, or an Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. Treatment consists of psychiatric care, ongoing medical care to prevent complications caused by the eating disorder, group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and advice about healthy eating. The three components of the program are inpatient, outpatient and day treatment. Model of service is bio-psychosocial, interdisciplinary, and family-based. Average length of stay varies.

199. Eating Disorders Inpatient

An interdisciplinary team approach treating children and adolescents with a diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, or an Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified. Treatment consists of psychiatric care, ongoing medical care to prevent complications caused by the eating disorder, group therapy, family therapy, individual therapy and advice about healthy eating. Model of service is bio-psychosocial, interdisciplinary, and family-based. Average length of stay is four to six weeks.

200. Eating Disorders Program (Hospital for Sick Children)

Assessment and treatment of adolescents (less than 17.5 years of age) with an eating disorder; in-patient and out-patient services. Family participate in treatment. Assessment Thursdays by appointment. Referral from physician required. Waitlist quite extensive.

201. Eden Community House

Eden Community House has offered support, counselling and life skills development to individuals with mental health problems since 1983, when it opened its first house for five men and five women. We provide permanent housing with rent geared to income. We offer on-site support as well as individualized support to residents of our program. Residents participate in house meetings and use this time to develop house guidelines, organize and plan social and recreational activities. The house is not accessible for people in wheelchairs. The house is a dry house and non-smoking. We are under the Tenant Protection Act. Average length of stay is four to five years.

202. Emergency Psychiatric Team (EPT)

A 24-hour, 7-day a week service that provides consultation, assessment, initial treatment and organization of follow up for clients who present in our emergency department with a mental health issue.

203. Emergency Services

Program provides 24-hour a day, 7-day a week emergency psychiatric assessment, treatment, and crisis follow-up for adults 16 and over. The Emergency/Crisis Service includes the Emergency Department, the Emergency Assessment Unit (EAU), and the Crisis Clinic. Average length of stay is four hours in the emergency department to two days in the EAU.

204. Employment Services

Employment Services provides comprehensive employment assistance to people with mental illness through programs funded by Human Resources Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). We develop entry-level competitive employment opportunities to assist people to return to the workforce. Employment preparation focuses on developing relationships with individuals and supporting them to plan and implement a job search strategy. Employment placement focuses on developing relationships with employers to create and develop access to opportunities in the labour market and assisting clients to secure job placements. Job coaching focuses on providing work-site support to individuals.

205. Employment Services

Employment Services provides comprehensive employment assistance to people with mental illness through programs funded by Human Resources Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). We develop entry-level competitive employment opportunities to assist people to return to the workforce. Employment preparation focuses on developing relationships with individuals and supporting them to plan and implement a job search strategy. Employment placement focuses on developing relationships with employers to create and develop access to opportunities in the labour market and assisting clients to secure job placements. Job coaching focuses on providing work-site support to individuals.

206. Employment Support and Development

ESD

As part of the Community Support and Research Unit, this program provides career counseling and employment support services to people with mental health, substance use or concurrent disorders. An individualized, goal-oriented approach assists participants to prepare for and/or retain employment or training. The program provides vocational counselling, goal identification and development of employment plans, one on one assistance with job search, job development, job coaching, basic computer training and ongoing support to assist people maintain employment. In addition, this program addresses broader employment issues through education, training and community partnerships. Education and Awareness seminars are provided to employers, other professionals and students.

207. Employment Support Services

Employment Services including employment planning, prevocational program, employment readiness program, work ability assessment, vocational counselling, work hardening in industrial and business settings to evaluate and improve job readiness. Job placement services, job coaching. Services provided to adults with a disability which is a barrier to employment.

208. Employment Works!

Employment Works! is a CAMH Human Resources recruitment and retention initiative targeted to recruit people with lived experience of mental health and/or addiction challenges, into vacant CAMH positions. This initiative was created in order for CAMH to "walk the talk", demonstrating to other employers that people do recover from poor mental health and that most can return to work in a dignified and productive manner. A Manager's training curriculum has been developed and a draft toolkit has been made available. The training includes discussions regarding the prevalence of mental health and addictions in today's workplaces, how to hone early detection skills, the impact of discrimination on the return to work process, the role of stigma in attempting to get assistance, the roles of the various internal departments in a return to work process, creating healthier workplaces, etc. The Employment Works! coordinator is available to managers should they wish to discuss concerns or issues related to their employees, or if they wish to develop an employment opportunity. An affinity group has been created. The Unusual Suspects is a group of CAMH employees with mental health and/or addiction histories who meet on a regular basis. The membership respect the importance of confidentiality, as about 50% of the members have not disclosed their status. At CAMH's monthly new employee orientation sessions, there is a presentation about the Employment Works initiative, and new CAMH employees are provided with a number to phone should they wish to join. They are also reminded that they may not know the status of a coworker, and need to be aware of their language and attitudes. The Coordinator is available to anyone with a mental health and/or addiction history who wishes to compete for positions within CAMH. The coordinator will meet with individuals, discuss the culture at CAMH, look over and discuss skills, potential for work, education, etc. and provide resume tips or information, and then track the process. All individuals submit their resumes directly to ensure confidentiality, and the coordinator then tracks the status of the competition. The Employment Works! Coordinator maintains strong employment-related partnerships, both internally and externally to CAMH, maintaining an ongoing relationship with communities impacted by mental health and unemployment. Approximately 110 individuals have been employed through the Employment Works! initiative. Future planning includes fostering workplace mental health discussions through small in-house services (mental health literacy), clarifying for both managers and employees the various roles and responsibilities in our accommodation processes, and developing a recognition award for CAMH's Healthiest Workplace teams. For further information, do not hesitate to contact: Diana Capponi Employment Works! Coordinator Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Tel: (416) 535-8501 ext 2403 Fax: (416) 583-4316 Diana_Capponi@camh.net

209. Ethiopian Association in Toronto

Counselling, including psychiatric crisis counselling and counselling for assaulted women. Service is provided in Amharic, Arabic, Harari, Oromo and Tigrinya.

210. Evangel Hall

This program is for individuals with mental health issues with a desire to receive supports. Thirty units are dedicated to individuals experiencing mental health problems, and six are dedicated to individuals with an acquired brain injury. Average length of stay is permanent.

211. Extended Care Program

Long term aftercare for patients with a severe and persistent mental illness (at least a two year history). Provides assistance in social interaction, vocational counselling, and medications; offer individual and group supportive therapy. Program offered on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.

212. fameShare

Pre-registered, eight week psycho-educational group offered to children 7-12 years of age who have a family member with a severe mental illness. The program allows children to gain accurate knowledge about mental illness, explore healthy coping strategies, and express feelings in a safe environment. The program is delivered twice a year, Spring and Fall, in different locations. Model of service is family support.

213. Family Association For Mental Health Everywhere (FAME)

FAME

FAME is a free family support organization for families coping with serious mental health problems. Activities include family support, education, and advocacy. Supports are offered in a friendly, confidential, and non-judgmental environment. Five main supports: (1) Monthly family support groups in Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Mississauga, Brampton and Orangeville/Caledon (2) one-on-one support from a FAME community outreach worker (3) educational meetings with guest speakers in Etobicoke (4) social-recreational activities for consumer/survivors and family members including parties and day trips(Scarborough only), and (5) Fameshare/Children's Support Program for kids age 7-12 who have a family member with mental illness. Peel Youth Support Program ages 13-21 who have a familly member suffering from mental illness. Self-referral.

214. Family Crisis Support Program

This program provides program information and referral services to families of those affected by serious mental illness, connecting callers to supportive services in their communities. It also provides short-term supportive counselling to families across Ontario.

215. Family Initiative Program

The family program offers support to families dealing with a loved one 14-35 with a first episode psychosis and mood disorder. This support includes family education and counselling, as well as referrals, resources and advocacy. Families also have access to a variety of groups. Average length of stay is 16 family sessions, 8-10 group sessions.

216. Family Initiatives

Family Initiatives is a part of Hong Fook`s continuum of services with the focus of enhancing the capacities of family members in supporting individuals with mental health challenges in their recovery process. We aim at promoting self care and mutual support among family members. Based on the Holistic Health and Recovery approaches, we provide a range of services / programs including mutual support groups, educational workshops, and community outreach through publication of educational materials and displays.

217. Family Initiatives

Family Initiatives is a part of Hong Fook`s continuum of services with the focus of enhancing the capacities of family members in supporting individuals with mental health challenges in their recovery process. We aim at promoting self care and mutual support among family members. Based on the Holistic Health and Recovery approaches, we provide a range of services / programs including mutual support groups, educational workshops, and community outreach through publication of educational materials and displays.

218. Family Mental Health Alliance

FMHA

FMHA is an organization of family groups and individual family members working to develop a stronger voice for families in the mental health system, to strengthen the supports provided to families and to raise awareness of issues from a family perspective. The FMHA holds monthly networking and information sharing meetings; represents families on committees; organizes conferences; supports family support workers; and responds to systemic issues, including LHINs.

219. Family Outreach and Response (F.O.R.)

FOR

A program that provides support services to families and friends of people who are recovering from a serious mental health problem in Toronto and Scarborough. Services include: direct support for friends and family members, information, referrals, and linkages to resources in immediate and ongoing times of need, and education and info-sharing events. F.O.R. runs a 10 week Family Mental Health Recovery Series. F.O.R. also provides specialized services for families whose relative is experiencing an early psycholis. F.O.R. operates a web site www.familymentalhealthrecovery.org.

220. Family Support and Education

This program provides support to families of those affected by serious mental illness. This support takes the form of family support groups, based on self-help, peer support model, as well as ten-week psychoeducational programs for families. It also provides short-term counselling and support to families who are in crisis. Model of service is self-help, peer support and psychoeducation.

221. Family Support Group

Information and support groups are held on Tuesdays, 6 - 7 PM on the 6th floor.

222. Family Support Program

FSP

The Family Support Program offers an eight-week group series to family and friends of individuals diagnosed with a major psychotic disorder. The group series is designed to provide education as well as support and coping skills. Participants must be able to commit to 2 hours, one evening per week for eight weeks. Program highlights include: education, support, family coping strategies, community resources, legal resources, crisis management, and advocacy issues.

223. Family Support Services

Drop-in, monthly peer-based support groups facilitated by F.A.M.E. staff. Model of service is peer-support.

224. Family Support Services

Drop-in, monthly peer-based support groups facilitated by F.A.M.E. staff. Model of service is peer-support.

225. Family Support Services

Drop-in, monthly peer-based support groups facilitated by F.A.M.E. staff. Model of service is peer-support.

226. Family Support Services

Drop-in, monthly peer-based support groups facilitated by F.A.M.E. staff. Model of service is peer-support.

227. First Episode Psychosis Clinic (FEPC)

Designed to meet the needs of young people experiencing a first episode of psychosis. This clinic assists individuals and their families with the initial period of recovery and adjustment. Average length of stay is three years.

228. For You

The For You Program is a life skills training program that includes physical and health education, leisure opportunities and community reintegration. Students identify personal strengths and areas for future skill development to prepare for further training or school. Students also help to develop a personal support system. The For You Program is a dynamic, experience-based program for adults currently coping with the impact of mental or emotional health changes and addictions which presently interfere with employment, schooling, or training. The program uses a varied approach and focuses on a broad range of mental health issues which enhance awareness and skill development in problem solving, general functioning, and living in a diverse community. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and supportive education.

229. Freedom From Fear Foundation

The Foundation was founded by people who successfully overcame anxiety disorders. It publishes a monthly newsletter and holds monthly group meetings where people who experience panic, agorophobia, social anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder can share their experiences. It helps sufferers by putting them in touch with doctors/therapists who treat anxiety disorders. The foundation is also involved in advocacy and education. Speakers available. Meeting locations in Etobicoke, Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Willowdale, and the City of York. Call for locations. Wheelchair access at some locations.

230. Fresh Start

A property services business operated by psychiatric survivors of the mental health system. Employment for psychiatric survivors doing professional office, industrial and outdoor maintenance services (including groundskeeping). Working hours are flexible. Call to inquire or to apply for work.

231. Fresh Start

232. Friends and Advocates - Peer Support

The goal of the Friends and Advocates Centre is to provide an opportunity for members to regain self-esteem, learn from fellow members, take responsibility, and provide a safe and welcoming community for themselves and others who are experiencing mental or emotional distress. Members also have opportunities to improve social, communication, problem-solving and networking skills while learning about their rights and most importantly, develop lasting friendships. Model of service is peer support. Average length of stay varies according to individual self-determined need.

233. Friends and Advocates Centre

The goal of the Friends and Advocates Centre is to provide an opportunity for members to regain self-esteem, learn from fellow members, take responsibility, and provide a safe and welcoming community for themselves and others who are experiencing mental or emotional distress. Members also have opportunities to improve social, communication, problem-solving and networking skills while learning about their rights and most importantly, develop lasting friendships. Model of service is peer support. Average length of stay varies according to individual self-determined need.

234. Friendship Club

The Friendship Club is a social recreation program for adults who are isolated, have mental health problems and/or a developmental disability. There are a variety of activities each week, mostly on weekday afternoons. The activities are both social and educational in nature and include programs such as lunch club, supper club, life skills, arts and crafts, women's groups, drop in, etc. Committee involvement is encouraged for those who are interested, and monthly business meetings are a forum for consumer input into program planning and decision-making. Call 469-5211, ext. 1113.

235. Gatesview House

Long-term housing and support for adults with serious mental illness who are or have been homeless. Average length of stay is permanent housing.

236. Gathering Spot, The

Recreation and full course meal on Tuesday evenings (4 to 10pm), with shared preparation and clean-up; visitation, follow-up, counselling, devotionals (optional). Dinner is at 6:30pm. Activities include: games, music, crafts, and occasional outings.

237. Gender Identity Service

Conducts a comprehensive assessment, followed by treatment recommendations for children and adolescents age 2 to 18 when there is concern about a child's gender identity development; an adolescent's transvestic fetishism (cross-dressing associated with sexual arousal); or an adolescent who is struggling with sexual orientation.

238. General Psychiatric Unit (GPU)

The General Psychiatry Unit (GPU) is a 23-bed unit that provides short-term inpatient care for a diverse population of individuals with a severe mental illness and/or addictions issues, who are in the acute phase of their illness. Treatment is individualized and is delivered by an interdisciplinary team consisting of an attending psychiatrist, psychiatric resident, occupational therapist, social worker, and nurses. Patients requiring longer inpatient stays or ongoing care are usually transferred to one of CAMH's continuing care or other specialty programs. Average length of stay is between 17 and 28 days.

239. George Herman House

The George Herman House has a unique, holistic and wellness philosophy reflected in its promotion of healthy eating, overall nutritional awareness and complementary health care practices. The residents are encouraged and mentored in developing the life skills necessary to live a healthy productive life. Average length of stay one to two years.

240. Geriatric Admission Unit (GAU)

Geriatric Admission Unit (GAU) is an acute, admission unit which focuses on stabilization of acute psychiatric crisis or management of acute behavioural disturbances in the elderly. These disturbances may be related to cognitive impairment, psychosis or substance misuse. The ultimate goal is to reintegrate the client into the community. Model of service is recovery/enablement.

241. Geriatric Aftercare Program

Provides longer term, less intensive professional support services to the geriatric population enabling the achievement of successful independent living in the community and the prevention of non-essential institutionalization. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

242. Geriatric Continuing Treatment Unit (GCTU)

Provides a medium to long-stay setting for seniors requiring ongoing geriatric psychiatric treatment and care. Most clients have chronic major mental health problems. The goal is to stabilize psychiatric symptoms and reintegrate the client into the community. Referral required. Accepts clients from Geriatric Admission Unit (GAU) and referrals from within the centre, family doctors or other healthcare professionals, community agencies, long-term care facilities, general hospitals and the police. Model of service is recovery/enablement.

243. Geriatric Mental Health Case Management Program

Program provides essential service to the aging population with mental health needs. Intensive case management provides direct support such as functional supportive living, skills teaching, advocacy and linking to services. Model of service is recovery/psychosocial rehabilitation.

244. Geriatric Mental Health Outpatient Services

The Geriatric Mental Health outpatient services are linked to the Mental Health Program outpatient services and other hospital services, including the Seniors' Health Centre (SHC). The SHC is part of the Regional Geriatric Program of Metropolitan Toronto, an umbrella organization that plans and coordinates specialized geriatric services. The Geriatric Case Management program is a new initiative that focuses upon providing support to clients living in long-term care homes in North York. The program consists of a Case Manager and a part-time Psychiatrist providing assessment, treatment planning, placement coordination, crisis intervention and education. To make or obtain a referral, please contact the Seniors' Health Centre's Central number at (416) 756-6050 ext. 8091. (You can also reach us through the central number (416) 756-6642)

245. Geriatric Mental Health Outreach Team

A Monday to Friday service providing consultation, assessment, recommendations, education and counselling to designated Long-Term Care Homes. Model of service is psychogeriatric.

246. Geriatric Mental Health Services Ambulatory Clinic

The Ambulatory Clinic provides comprehensive psychiatric assessments and case management in the office for individuals who are 65 and over, who live in south Etobicoke or Mississauga and who are at high risk of requiring admission to hospital for psychiatric treatment. Individuals under 65 may be considered, based on their symptoms and/or issues. Follow-up home visits by a health professional may be part of the assessment and ongoing treatment plan.

247. Geriatric Psychiatry

One-stop, centralized access to all geriatric psychiatry services. Shared care approaches are offered with individual physicians on request. Specialized Outpatient Clinics include: Dementia Clinic; Behavioural Change Clinic; Affective/Psychotic disorders Clinic; Adaptation to Aging Stress Clinic. Specialized geriatric treamtnet interventions include: psychopharmacology; management of neuropsychiatric disorders; psychotherapy; competency evaluations; assessment of need for institutional care; outreach- home visits available.

248. Geriatric Psychiatry Community Service

The Geriatric Psychiatry Community Service provides in-home and outpatient psychiatric assessment for older people experiencing mental health problems. It also provides treatment and referral for those who do not have access to psychiatric services. Psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and occupational therapists provide services. Other professionals are available for consultation if needed. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is ongoing, based on client.

249. Geriatric Psychiatry Service

Short term assessment and treatment of intellectual impairment for adults over 60 years of age with signs of loss of intellectual functioning. Also have a Memory Disorder Unit, and provide caregiver support. (Program operated jointly with the Memory Clinic at Toronto Hospital - Toronto General Division).

250. Gerstein Crisis Centre

Non-medical crisis intervention for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis who either do not need hospitalization or do not want hospitalization. Twenty-four hour phone, mobile team and a 10-bed house for a short stay, three to five days. Model of service is Gerstein Centre model.

251. Gerstein on Bloor

Gerstein on Bloor has two programs integrated under one roof. For women who are experiencing a mental health crisis and are currently homeless, we offer 5 Primary Support beds. For access to these beds, call Gerstein on Bloor at 416-604-2337. For men and women who are experiencing a mental health crisis and have current or recent involvement with the criminal justice system, we offer 9 Mental Health and Justice beds. For access to these beds, call the Central Registry at 416-248-4174. Gerstein on Bloor: offers short term stays of up to 30 days; has 14 beds, each in a private bedroom; offers a supportive, homelike environment; provides 24-hour on site support and counselling; provides residents with case management services; is a non-medical and voluntary service; and, helps people to meet their needs as they see them.

252. Getting On With Life & Its Challenges

A mental health support and skill development program. Workshops are developed, planned and organized by a consumer/survivor steering committee. Workshop topics vary according to need and consumer identified issues Workshop series are drop-in and usually 10 weeks in length. Workshop are offered twice a year, in the spring and fall. The workshops are offered to people who live in our catchment area: west to the Humber River; north to St. Clair Avenue; south to Lake Ontario; and east to Dundas/Roncesvalles.

253. Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc provides on-site housing support services. We strive to provide services that will support individuals to recover from the effects of mental illness, homelessness and poverty. All services are offered using a recovery model of psychosocial rehabilitation practice. All tenants have access to an emergency on-call person after hours. All housing support workers provide direct skills teaching, supportive counselling, liaison with other community resources, individual functional and resource assessment leading to skill development and goal attainment, advocacy, social and recreational events, and crisis prevention and intervention. Average length of stay is 3.52 years.

254. Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc provides on-site housing support services. We strive to provide services that will support individuals to recover from the effects of mental illness, homelessness and poverty. All services are offered using a recovery model of psychosocial rehabilitation practice. All tenants have access to an emergency on-call person after hours. All housing support workers provide direct skills teaching, supportive counselling, liaison with other community resources, individual functional and resource assessment leading to skill development and goal attainment, advocacy, social and recreational events, and crisis prevention and intervention. Average length of stay is 3.52 years.

255. Group Counselling Program

Group counselling for women survivors of trauma and/or abuse. Groups usually run in the fall and the winter (sometimes the spring as well). Can be open or closed, and often have themes (for example, a group specifically for childhood sexual abuse survivors, or an art therapy group). Closed groups run between 12-16 weeks normally, open groups vary in length. Program capacity is 260 clients a year. Groups usually range between eight to ten women. Model of service is trauma recovery group.

256. Group Counselling Program

Group counselling for women survivors of trauma and/or abuse. Groups usually run in the fall and the winter (sometimes the spring as well). Can be open or closed, and often have themes (for example, a group specifically for childhood sexual abuse survivors, or an art therapy group). Closed groups run between 12-16 weeks normally, open groups vary in length. Program capacity is 260 clients a year. Groups usually range between eight to ten women. Model of service is trauma recovery group.

257. Group Psychotherapy Clinic

The Group Psychotherapy Clinic offers consultation and treatment in group psychotherapy formats. The primary emphasis in the clinic is in the area of interpersonally oriented groups that emphasize opportunities for interpersonal learning and improving the capacities for emotional relatedness through understanding the role of interpersonal difficulties, both in terms of early life events and contemporary interactional patterns. To be included, participants must have identification of and willingness to address interpersonal and relational difficulties associated with depression, dysthymia, anxiety disorders or personality difficulties. Participants cannot take place if they have: acute crisis; acute suicidality; active substance abuse; or, inability to attend and participate consistently due to logistics.

258. Habitat Services

Habitat Services enters into contractual relationships with selected owners of boarding homes and provides funding to them. We monitor the provision of quality care based on contractual obligations. We refer and match eligible clients to funded boarding homes. We provide support services to tenants. COTA Health provides site support to the other houses in the portfolio. Average length of stay is five years.

259. Habitat Services

Habitat Services enters into contractual relationships with selected owners of boarding homes and provides funding to them. We monitor the provision of quality care based on contractual obligations. We refer and match eligible clients to funded boarding homes. We provide support services to tenants. COTA Health provides site support to the other houses in the portfolio. Average length of stay is five years.

260. Health Promotion

The Health Promotion Program aims at promoting mental well-being among individuals and in our target communities through enhancing knowledge of mental health and mental illness, addressing stigma, and building community capacity in cultivating an environment that promotes mental health. We adopt a wide range of approaches including groups of different types, mass media promotion, community development activities, community outreach through public presentations and displays, educational workshops and conferences, peer leadership and volunteer development. The program is a component of Hong Fook's continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches.

261. Health Promotion and Education

The Health Promotion Program aims at promoting mental well-being among individuals and in our target communities through enhancing knowledge of mental health and mental illness, addressing stigma, and building community capacity in cultivating an environment that promotes mental health. We adopt a wide range of approaches including groups of different types, mass media promotion, community development activities, community outreach through public presentations and displays, educational workshops and conferences, peer leadership and volunteer development. The program is a component of Hong Fook`s continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches.

262. Health Promotion and Education

The Community Development Program promotes the mental health of all individuals and communities in Ontario through knowledge enhancement, policy development, advocacy and the advancement of best practices in service delivery. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Ontario disseminates high quality information on the mental health system, mental illness and mental health research to key audiences, including policy and decision makers, mental health professionals, consumers, family members, media, and the general public. CMHA Ontario facilitates capacity building within the community mental health sector, promotes evidence-based practice through research transfer and exchange, provides education and training to professionals working in the health and human services sector, and provides leadership in the development of policies that enhance and maintain the mental health of individuals and communities in Ontario and support individuals with mental illness and their families.

263. Health Promotion and Education

264. Home Intervention for Psychosis (HIP)

Home Intervention for Psychosis (HIP) is a specialized team that provides assessment and treatment in the community for people who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis. HIP is available to individuals aged 16 to 45 who reside within the catchment area (which is east to Victoria Park Avenue, north to Steeles Avenue and west to Highway 427). HIP offers the combined services of psychiatrists, social workers, occupational therapists and psychiatric nurses. Model of service is mobile.

265. Homebase

Housing program for individuals who are developmentally delayed or dually diagnosed. Clients must be homeless or at risk of being homeless. Clients participate in a day program during the day and are at the group home in the evening. If client is not already in a day program before coming to the Homebase program, a day program will be provided for them either by the Griffin Community Support Network, or by other partnering organizations. Average length of stay is up to one year.

266. Homelessness Initiative Phase 1

Skills training and assistance with activities of daily living, crisis intervention, medication monitoring, and social/recreational activities, employment skills training. Average length of stay is variable from six months to four years.

267. Homelessness Initiative Phase 1

Skills training and assistance with activities of daily living, crisis intervention, medication monitoring, and social/recreational activities, employment skills training. Average length of stay is variable from six months to four years.

268. Homes for Special Care (HSC)

Provides residential opportunities and support to enable serious mentally ill adults in need of assistance to live in the community rather than in hospital. Accommodation is available in privately operated homes throughout the WMHC catchment area. The service operates under the authority of the Homes For Special Care Act. Toll Free community line 1-800-341-6323

269. Homes For Special Care Program - Queen St. Office

HSC

The Homes for Special Care program is part of the Community Support and Research Unit at CAMH. HSC manages and monitors the program established by and for the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. Homes for Special Care were established to provide high support and supervision for people with chronic and severe mental health problems with limited daily living skills. The CAMH HSC program operates from the Queen Street site and has over 400 licensed residential beds in 23 homes. The majority are located north of Toronto in York Region, 3 are in Peel Region and 1 in Toronto. These are group home settings often in rural areas, with an average of 17 beds. Most are shared bedrooms with some singles. The homes are licensed annually following formal inspections conducted by the Fire Marshall, Public Health and the HSC Community Support Workers (CSWs) at CAMH. The CSWs have the responsibility and mandate to closely monitor the homes and ensure the residents' needs are being met. They also handle the referral and placement process, and work with residents on an ongoing basis to facilitate their continued rehabilitation, recovery and well being.

270. Hong Fook Mental Health Association - Northern Office

Provides community-based and culturally competent services to Canadians aged 16+ of Cambodian, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese origin who require services in their own language and culture. Provides services to people with mental illness, including information and referral, short-term counselling, case management support, life skills training, self help support groups, supportive housing, English as a second language classes and family member support groups. Promotion services focusing on holistic health and offer community education, workshops, information materials, peer leadership training and groups. The volunteer development services offer training and activities, including befriending people with mental illnesses, and organizing fundraising activities. The resource centre offers consultation to other professionals/service providers relating to mental health and ethnocultural service, workshops and conferences on cultural competency care, a resource library and research/studies related to Asian mental health and illness issues.

271. Hong Fook Self Help Program

Hong Fook Self Help Program aims at providing a \``Space for Connection\`` and promoting self help and mutual support among individuals with mental health issues in pursuit of wellness and enhanced quality of life. This program is part of Hong Fook`s continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches. We provide a wide range of services / activities which are of psychosocial nature, including different interest groups, workshops, lunch programs, volunteer and leadership development, educational social and recreational groups and activities. and involve consumers as volunteers/paid workers in running activities.

272. Hong Fook Self-Help Program

Hong Fook Self Help Program aims at providing a `Space for Connection' and promoting self help and mutual support among individuals with mental health issues in pursuit of wellness and enhanced quality of life. This program is part of Hong Fook's continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches. We provide a wide range of services / activities which are of psychosocial nature, including different interest groups, workshops, lunch programs, volunteer and leadership development, educational social and recreational groups and activities. Average length of stay is variable.

273. Hostel Outreach Program

Provides street outreach in the downtown urban, park and ravine settings to seriously mentally ill individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Model of service is recovery.

274. Houselink Community Homes - Homelessness Initiative

Houselink provides housing and support to people recovering from mental illness. We serve single adults and a small number of families with dependent children. We are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Some units are dedicated to partner agencies through the Homeless Initiative fund and the Mental Health and Justice Program. Average length of stay is four years.

275. Houselink Community Homes - Mental Health and Justice

Houselink provides housing and support to people recovering from mental illness. We serve single adults and a small number of families with dependent children. We are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Some units are dedicated to partner agencies through the Homeless Initiative Fund and the Mental Health and Justice Program. Of all the units, 16 are supported through Community Resource Connections of Toronto. Average length of stay is long term or permanent.

276. Houselink Community Homes - Support Program

Houselink provides housing and support to people recovering from mental illness. We serve single adults and a small number of families with dependent children. We are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Some units are dedicated to partner agencies through the Homeless Initiative fund and the Mental Health and Justice Program. Average length of stay is four years.

277. Houselink Housing

Houselink provides a wide range of supportive housing for adults, in Houselink owned and/or supported properties at 22 locations across Toronto. Housing units include: bachelor, one, two, four and five bedroom units in low rise apartments and houses. Most five bedroom units are shared accommodation where residents have their own rooms and share the kitchen, bathrooms and common areas. Accommodation is provided to approximately 320 people. Rent is geared to income.

278. Houselink Social Recreation Program

This program provides ongoing social/recreation activities for the membership of Houselink, including residents, former residents and others who have applied for membership and been accepted. An opportunity for socialization, friendships and to make use of organizing abilities. The program is directed by members.

279. Housing and Case Support Services

Provide information and referral for housing. Assist women in securing shelter and housing. Will find type of dwelling that fits the women's needs.

280. Housing and Case Support Services

Provide information and referral for housing. Assist women in securing shelter and housing. Will find type of dwelling that fits the women's needs.

281. Housing and Case Support Services

Provide information and referral for housing. Assist women in securing shelter and housing. Will find type of dwelling that fits the women's needs.

282. Housing and Case Support Services

Provide information and referral for housing. Assist women in securing shelter and housing. Will find type of dwelling that fits the women's needs.

283. Housing and Case Support Services

Provide information and referral for housing. Assist women in securing shelter and housing. Will find type of dwelling that fits the women's needs.

284. Housing Outreach and Support Team (HOST)

The HOST program provides mobile housing support services. We strive to provide services that will support individuals to recover from the effects of mental illness, homelessness and poverty. All services are offered using a recovery model of psychosocial rehabilitation practice. All tenants have access to an emergency on-call person after hours. All housing support workers provide direct skills teaching, supportive counselling, liaison with other community resources, individual functional and resource assessment leading to skill development and goal attainment, advocacy, social and recreational events, and crisis prevention and intervention. Average length of stay overall is 3.52 years.

285. Housing Program

For adults 55 and over who have a serious mental illness and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. WoodGreen offers a nine-bed housing cluster which provides assisted living and a more supportive housing environment. Tenants live in private bachelor style apartments with access to a common dining and living area so they can interact regularly with other tenants. Assistance is provided to each tenant, according to their specific needs, in the following areas: grooming, laundry, housing, cleaning, managing finances, taking medication, nutrition and dietary restrictions, social activities, help with personal problems (e.g. counselling). Model of service is client centered. Average length of stay is as long as the client is in need of housing.

286. Housing Services

Housing Services secures modest, affordable, permanent accommodations for eligible individuals. The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) enters into arrangements with private landlords to lease self-contained apartment units that we, in turn, sublease. CMHA tenants pay rent based on Ontario Works (OW). The difference between what the tenants are able to pay and the actual rent is made up by this program through funds from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Referrals come from a variety of sources including shelters, court programs, community organizations, hospitals and self-referrals. The key to housing retention appears to be the support provided by housing workers (including 24-hour on-call support), community support staff and the cooperation of building management and neighbours.

287. Housing Support Intensive Case Management

Housing Support Intensive Case Management program serves adults experiencing mental health difficulties currently involved in the legal system who are homeless or otherwise in need of housing. The program is offered in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto Branch, and provides the following services: initial assessment, engagement and development of recovery plan; skills teaching and support to maintain successful tenancy; legal system support and advocacy; crisis intervention; psychiatry; support network development and linkages to financial, social, vocational and recreational programs.

288. IMPACT

IMPACT is an Assertive Community Treatment Team that provides service to individuals 16 years of age and over, with a history of high-level service needs caused by serious and persistent mental illness. Most of the clients have a primary diagnosis of schizophrenia, bipolar or schizoaffective disorder. Service is also offered to those with dual diagnosis. This multidisciplinary team provides long-term, community-based, and holistic care to clients with a focus on improving quality of life and facilitating community reintegration. The team also provides support and education to families. IMPACT operates with a recovery-based approach, which emphasizes each client's ability to rebuild and further develop personal, social, environmental and spiritual connections. Model of service is assertive community treatment/recovery model. Average length of stay is life long.

289. Individual Counselling Program

Brief individual counselling (normally up to six months) for women survivors of trauma and/or abuse. Program capacity is 240 clients per year.

290. Information, Intake And Referral Service (CMHA)

Contact us by phone, e-mail or in person at our office for information about CMHA Toronto programs and mental health services in Toronto. We're here to help consumers, family members, friends of people living with mental illness, physicians, health care workers and social service workers by: Responding to telephone, email and in-person (by appointment only) enquiries about mental health services in Toronto Assessing whether someone might be eligible for CMHA Toronto services Provide information about Toronto mental health services Coordinating the referral process between CMHA Toronto programs Coordinating the central intake for the Scarborough ACT teams Developing and maintaining relationships with other community agencies to enhance access to resources for consumers of mental health services East of Yonge Street in Toronto: Tara McKay Information, Intake & Referral Coordinator Tel: 416-289-6285 ext. 243 1200 Markham Road, Suite 500 Scarborough, ON M1H 3C3 tmckay@cmha-toronto.net Fax: 416-289-4306 Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. West of Yonge Street in Toronto: Tanya Gordon Information, Intake & Referral Coordinator Tel: 416-789-6895 ext. 282 700 Lawrence Ave, Suite 480 Toronto, ON M6A 3B4 tgordon@cmha-toronto.net Fax: 416-789-6895 Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

291. Ingles House

Supportive residential program for young women aged 16 to 24 years of age who are in recovery from substance abuse issues and who have a goal of abstinence; designed to help them with life skills and to support them in their treatment goals in the community. A 9 bed home with single and shared rooms with 24 hour staff support. Cause for possible discharge prematurely: illegal activities, drug and alcohol use, physical and verbal aggression. Residents are expected to attend weekly house meetings and lifeskills sessions and to participate in their own individual daily program which could include addiction treatment, education, job preparation and employment. Young women share household responsibilities. Residents can remain in the program up to 12 months.

292. Inpatient Mental Health Unit (TEGH)

40 bed inpatient unit caring for adult patients over the age of 18 years who have mental health needs. We provide crisis intervention, stabilization, treatment and discharge planning.

293. Inpatient Psychiatry - Adult

Patient and family-focused program that provides crisis stabilization and short-term treatment for patients between the ages of 19 and 65 years old, presenting with acute mental illnesses, with a focus on the stabilization and treatment of patients with serious mental illness. Model of service is recovery.

294. Inpatient Psychiatry - Child and Adolescent

Patient and family-focused program that provides crisis stabilization and short-term treatment for patients, up to their 19th birthday, who present with acute mental illnesses, with a focus on the stabilization and treatment of patients with serious mental illness. Model of service is strengths-based, patient and family centered.

295. Inpatient Psychiatry-Geriatric Psychiatry

Patient and family-focused program that provides crisis stabilization and short-term treatment for patients 65 years and up, presenting acute mental illnesses, with a focus on the stabilization and treatment of patients with serious mental illness. Model of service is recovery.

296. Inpatient Unit

The inpatient unit is a 20-bed unit that provides assessment and treatment for older people experiencing a wide range of psychiatric disorders. This is a short stay program. A multidisciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists, family physician, nurses, social worker, occupational therapists, recreation therapist, dietician and pharmacist provide care. Model of service is bio-psychosocial.

297. Inpatients - Level 10

Forty bed Adult Acute Care, Mental Health Unit servicing the seriously mental ill. Model of service is the medical model.

298. Inspirations

Inspirations is a women's art studio which offers both artistic and business training to marginalized women who wish to develop an art based microbusiness to supplement their income.

299. Integrated Rehabilitation Unit (IRU)

The Integrated Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) is designed to provide care for the most severely and persistently mentally ill clients who require a stable, long-term setting and active rehabilitation. This home-like rehabilitation-focused program emphasizes flexibility, increased social stimulation and support in skills development. The goals of the IRU are to promote the highest level of quality of life for clients and to assist clients in achieving their individual rehabilitation and recovery goals. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is seven years.

300. Integrative Group Psychotherapies (IGT)

Model of service is cognitive behavioural therapy. Average length of stay is variable.

301. Intensive Case Management

To provide intensive case management to where staff visits one to two times a week, provide phone support 14 hours a day and staff duties include assisting in finding housing, assessment and goal planning, service coordination, mental health monitoring, and activities of daily living skill building. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is indefinite.

302. Intensive Services - South Quadrant

This is a voluntary program which serves children, youth 0-18 and their families with multiple and complex needs who have had limited success with traditional services. This is a short-term (approximately 10-12 weeks) service for urgent but not active crisis situations. Service can be provided in the home, school or community.

303. Interact

Interact provides intensive outpatient continuing care service to adults living with schizophrenia and related disorders, including medical and substance abuse issues. These teams, based on the assertive community treatment model of care, provide significant support and a holistic approach in assisting high-needs clients in wellness and community living. Model of service is continuing care. Average length of stay is three years.

304. Interpersonal Therapy Clinic

The Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) Clinic offers clinical services and training, and conducts research based on the principles and practice of interpersonal psychotherapy. The IPT Clinic provides assessments to evaluate suitability for IPT, and where appropriate, facilitates referrals to clinics or community therapists. This brief psychotherapy treats depression as understood from an interpersonal perspective. The goals of the therapy are to treat depression and improve interpersonal relationships. The IPT clinic also conducts research to evaluate interpersonal vulnerability factors and to refine understanding of what is most helpful to clients. Average length of stay is 15-20 sessions.

305. Jane Finch Community Mental Health Program

This is a social and recreational community mental health drop-in program for women and men who require mental health support. We offer a safe environment for learning and support in times of crisis, change, loneliness, and isolation. Group activities include a weekly community kitchen, monthly celebrity cook visits, exercise, cultural sharing, games, educational workshops, life skills, bingo, crafts, and outings. Model of service is the "Getting In Touch" model. Average length of stay is not available at this time.

306. Jerome D. Diamond Adolescent Centre

Day treatment program for adolescents (12-17 years) with emotional, behavioural, psychiatric and learning problems. Family therapy is an intrinsic part of the program. A July Day Camp, activty based program is also offered to those youth participating in the day treatment program.

307. John Gibson House Supportive Housing Program

John Gibson House provides permanent supportive housing for 50 vulnerable older adults and seniors (men and women) who are at risk in the community. The majority of residents are 60 years of age and over who have unique special needs including those with mental health issues. Services include support with personal care, and the activities of daily living for the elderly. All activities are optional, including a wide range of social activities, and assistance with accessing medical/dental care. Residents value their home as a safe, secure place to live, where their dignity is respected, and where they have the opportunity to age in place. Rent is geared to income.

308. Justice and Mental Health (JAMH)

The Justice and Mental Health Program is designed to assist and support individuals who are suffering a major mental illness and have a criminal history. Individuals are supervised and supported by a forensic case manager who facilitates psychiatric treatment, referrals to community services, housing and financial assistance, family intervention, crisis management and mental health monitoring. Community and professional education are also part of the program's mandate. . The release from custody/discharge planning part of this program will provide outreach for individuals with mental illness who are being released from custody into the community. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is one to two years. Average lenght of stay for release from custody is 4 - 6 months.

309. Justice, Addictions & Mental Health Community Support (JAM)

310. Keele Street Women's Group

Keele Street Women's Group is a social support and rehabilitation program. Within a supportive environment, women who are socially isolated can increase their social support network, enhance social interaction skills and develop life skills. The group also gives women an opportunity to share their thoughts and experiences. Model of service is social rehabilitation/recreation. Average length of stay is several years.

311. Keele Street Women's Group

Keele Street Women's Group is a social support and rehabilitation program. Within a supportive environment, women who are socially isolated can increase their social support network, enhance social interaction skills and develop life skills. The group also gives women an opportunity to share their thoughts and experiences. Model of service is social rehabilitation/recreation. Average length of stay is several years.

312. L. L. Odette Place

Supportive housing for 12 single adult males, who have recently experienced homelessness and have experience with severe mental illness. Supportive housing provides safe, stable housing with affordable rent. It also provides one-to-one supports to help tenants stay healthy and maintain housing. Supports range from: helping tenants find a doctor or a psychiatrist; to escorting them to community activities; to teaching them to plan and prepare their own meals; to helping them work towards finding a job or getting involved in volunteer work. Average length of stay is three years.

313. Learning for Life

E.M.Y.S. is offering a wide range of programs for youth and young adults between the ages of 12-24 years, with a developmental disability (usually mild to moderate) and/or a dual diagnosis of developmental disability and mental health issues. Programming opportunities include after school programs, cooking classes, adult day programming, social nights, day and school break respite, and recreation nights. Some programs are developed on a fee for service model; prices per service vary. Some programming is only available to those youth residing in the former Scarborough area.

314. Learning, Employment, Advocacy, Recreation, Network (LEARN)

Learning, Employment, Advocacy, Recreation, Network (LEARN) offers a range of social, educational and vocational opportunities aimed at maximizing the integration of individuals who have had a first episode of psychosis into mainstream community life and positive social roles. The services offered at LEARN are available to individuals who are registered clients of the First Episode Division. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is three years.

315. Let's Discuss It/Multicultural Women's Wellness Program

Women's support groups in partnership with settlement and community agencies in the Afghan, Greek, Hindi, Jamaican, Polish, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Tamil and Italian communities. The goal of the women's groups, through a supportive group environment, is to promote the mental health of women who are: Socially isolated and Experiencing cultural and linguistic barriers, and/or are At risk of mental health problems due to difficult life circumstances. Most of the groups are language-specific and women discuss, in their own languages, topics they feel are important to their wellness. The groups cover wellness topics and community resources, and support women to develop leadership skills. Supervised childcare is provided in some groups. The Let's Discuss It / Multicultural Women's Wellness Program is funded in part by the United Way of Greater Toronto and by the City of Toronto. Contact Information: For Afghan, Greek, Hindi, Jamaican, Polish, Punjabi, Russian and Tamil groups in Toronto contact Aamna Ashraf - 416-289-6285 ext. 303 For Somali and Tamil groups in Scarborough, Italian group in North York and English-speaking groups at West Hill and Malvern contact Laura Laframboise at 416-289-6285 ext. 301

316. Liberty Housing

Two-phase residential rehabilitation program with 24-hour support. Transitional home, 27 single rooms, supportive environment, in-house chores, life skills program, social recreation, cooking class. Average length of stay is up to 12 months per phase.

317. Livonia Place

Permanent housing for adults with serious mental illness who have been or are about to be homeless. Residents live independently in self-contained units with staff on site for support Monday to Friday 0830-1630 and on call evenings and weekends. Average length of stay is permanent.

318. Long Term Residential Program

Treatment centre for up to 8 youth (13 to 18) requiring residential placement. Family and individual counselling are provided. Coeducational offering social and life skills training with a treatment component. Treatment is offered on a voluntary basis.

319. Madison Community Services

Madison provides community support, case management, referral and supportive housing. Model of service is recovery-based. Most clients stay in our housing for several years.

320. Madison Community Services

Madison provides community support, case management, referral and supportive housing. Model of service is recovery-based. Most clients stay in our housing for several years.

321. Mainstay Housing

Mainstay Housing owns and manages affordable housing, primarily for consumer/survivors of the mental health system. Wheelchair access available in some units. People who are clients of mental health agencies should apply for housing through those agencies. The Residential Tenancies Act covers most properties. TTY: 703-9267

322. Manse Road Residential Support Services

Long Stay: Manse Road is a transitional supportive housing program for clients of the mental health system who are suffering from a severe and persistent mental illness. Program focus is on a psychosocial rehabilitation through client-centered goal planning and life skill teaching. The clients need to demonstrate a need for high support and for learning housing skills and activities of daily living skills. Respite care: clients can come for a short stay of two to three weeks. They must have a return address. Average length of stay is up to two or three years for the long stay and two to three weeks for the respite care.

323. Margaret Frazer House

Residence for WOMEN with psychiatric histories, offering 24 hour support, advocacy, assistance in finding more permanent housing, assistance with goal setting; some in-house programming, life skills and informal counselling. Single and shared bedrooms for 10 women. Required activities: House meetings, and daily outside activities (program, school, volunteer work, job). No maximum length of stay - average is 2 years. Cost per month: rent: $200, food: $150. Optional activities: Crafts, support group, summer camp, cooking and computer classes.

324. Maternal Infant Program and Perinatal Psychiatry

Mount Sinai Hospital's Women's and Infants' Health Program is the largest single-site hospital-based maternity program in Ontario, providing a comprehensive range of services to over 6800 childbearing families each year. Currently, we offer psychiatric services to outpatients, inpatients and women in crisis. We provide assessment, treatment, short-term follow-up and/or one-time consultation to women who are having mental health concerns around pregnancy, fetal loss/termination, infertility and postpartum mental health issues.

325. McEwan Housing and Support Services

McEwan House offers supportive housing for men and women living with HIV or AIDS. Model of service is recovery, peer support, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over two years.

326. McEwan Housing and Support Services: Community Support Program

McEwan House offers intensive case management services for women and men living with HIV/AIDS, addictions and mental health challenges. Model of service is recovery, peer support, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is five years.

327. McLaughlin Information Centre

Welcome to the R. Samuel McLaughlin Addiction and Mental Health Information Centre Access to timely and relevant information and support is important for people and their families who are taking their first steps in seeking help and/or information. The R. Samuel McLaughlin Addiction and Mental Health Information Centre, an initiative from CAMH, will increase CAMH's ability to reach and support Ontarians in need of assistance, better enabling people to play an informed and active role in their own health care, prevent conditions from becoming serious, and seek the best care possible. The R. Samuel McLaughlin Foundation, which has now closed, awarded grants to various charitable organizations operating solely within the Province of Ontario. The foundation supported the advancement of learning, teaching and education, particularly in the medical, health and physical and mental therapy fields. This Centre is particularly committed to reaching out to those who are not currently connected to support, and to supporting the many people who find it difficult to access the mental health and addiction systems, in particular, those from diverse communities. The McLaughlin Addiction and Mental Health Information Centre serves Ontario through: An enhanced toll-free Information Line, including Information and Referral specialists A telephone support line staffed by volunteers providing informal and/or peer support Web-based information on a range of topics. An Information Centre at 219 Dufferin St., Suite 3B (at Dufferin and King) in Toronto, offering a range of print materials for the general public. Increased capacity to provide service to those who speak languages other than English or French through partnership with CAMH's Cultural Interpretation Services. Print, recorded messages, and web materials in 16 languages. CAMH and the McLaughlin Addiction and Mental Health Information Centre make an important contribution to the mental health and addiction systems by encouraging early detection, help seeking, and increasing public understanding. It is an important resource for families, clients and service providers, and we welcome inquiries about this service. Hours of Operation Visit us at: Suite 3B, 219 Dufferin Street (at King) Toronto 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday Support Line: (available in English only) 3 p.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Friday Information Line: Staff-assisted calls: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Friday Recorded messages: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Ontario Toll-free Information and Support Line: 1-800-463-6273 or in Toronto at 416-595-6111 email: mclaughlininformation@camh.net

328. Medication Assessment Program for Schizophrenia (MAPS)

The Medication Assessment Program for Schizophrenia (MAPS) offers medication and consultation to individuals on a rapid outpatient basis. Evaluates the effectiveness of client's medication in controlling symptoms, assesses any side effects, and addresses any antipsychotic-induced movement disorders. Aim is to find a medication best suited to client's needs.

329. Medication Assessment Program for Schizophrenia (MAPS)

The Medication Assessment Program for Schizophrenia (MAPS) offers medication and consultation to individuals on a rapid outpatient basis. Evaluates the effectiveness of client's medication in controlling symptoms, assesses any side effects, and addresses any antipsychotic-induced movement disorders. Aim is to find a medication best suited to client's needs.

330. Medium Secure Forensic Unit (MSFU)

The Medium Secure Forensic Unit (MSFU) has two locations at the Queen Street site in unit three, on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Each MSFU is a 20-bed unit, and provides treatment, care and rehabilitation for patients under the Ontario Review Board. Model of service is forensic rehabilitation. Average length of stay is two years.

331. Meeting Place Drop-In, St. Christopher House

The Meeting Place Adult Drop-in provides services and programs for a diverse group of people, primarily members of our community who are homeless, living in poverty and socially isolated. We offer a relaxed atmosphere where people can meet and socialize in a non-stigmatizing environment and participate in a variety of activities and become part of a community where they feel accepted and valued. We provide a range of services where people's basic health and hygiene needs can be met by accessing our laundry, showers, storage services, and kitchen facilities. Staff work closely with members to help them gain access to needed external resources and assist with information and referrals for housing, health, employment, legal assistance, addiction counselling and social assistance. Members and staff meet to talk about pertinent issues, make plans for recreational activities, inform one another about events in the drop-in and community, and lend support to one another in various ways. Through a community development approach, the drop-in works to improve people's lives above and beyond the basics and re-connect with the broader community. Member-driven activities include the community kitchen, arts, crafts, welding programming, the camera club, odd jobs and courier programs. Members can become more involved with their community through social networks, advocacy and community economic development initiatives. Model of service is adult drop-in that emphasizes community development/community empowerment, individual peer support, leadership development and community economic development programming. Average length of stay is 2.5 years.

332. Megan Residence

Co-ed residential treatment program for adolescents (12-18 years) with mental health/substance abuse concerns who are experiencing severe problems and who can no longer live at home.

333. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

334. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

335. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

336. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

337. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

338. Mental and Emotional Health Program

The program provides individual, group, and couples counselling using a trauma framework to people who face barriers obtaining services because of language and cultural differences; low income and poverty; discrimination and homophobia. Model of service is counselling and psychotherapy. Average length of stay is one year.

339. Mental Health & Justice Supportive Housing

Appointed one of four lead organizations for Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and the new initiative with LOFT Community Services, Houselink and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). Acquisition of 64 units for COTA Health as landlord, creation of bed registry. This program provides rapid coordinated access to housing and support for individuals with mental health issues and recent involvement in the criminal justice system. Model of service is recovery.

340. Mental Health and Crisis Services

Individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention and medication to out-patients. Priority given to people with severe psychiatric illness.

341. Mental Health and Justice Crisis Prevention Program

This program will provide accessible, timely and responsive supports to individuals living with mental illness who are at significant risk of involvement or re-involvement with the criminal justice system. Short-term case management will be provided to assist the client to make connections to community supports and/or treatment with the goal to reduce their contact with the criminal justice system. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

342. Mental Health and Justice Housing Support

Housing support is offered to clients who have serious mental illness, have current involvement with the criminal justice system and are homeless. Housing units are accessed through our partner, the Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto branch and rent subsidies are also offered. Model of service is case management and recovery.

343. Mental Health and Justice Initiative Program

344. Mental Health and Justice Prevention Program

This program provides community support and consultation for individuals presenting with behaviours that may indicate a mental health issue who are at significant risk of incurring criminal charges or who are before the criminal courts on charges, or recently had charges before the criminal courts. This program attempts to reduce the risk of criminal arrest by linking persons to mental health and other services and, where needed, by providing short-term case management/community support. Model of service is mobile, recovery and traditional case management. Average length of stay is short-term but varies based on the need and circumstances.

345. Mental Health and Justice Prevention Program

The Crisis Prevention/Pre-Charge program is a new initiative providing accessible and responsive support in the community to individuals living with mental illness who are at significant risk for involvement or re-involvement with the criminal justice system. The purpose of the program is to prevent and reduce an individual's contact with the criminal justice system by providing short-term case management that assists individuals in making connections with the treatment and support that is needed. Model of service is case management and recovery. Average length of stay is short-term and transitional.

346. Mental Health and Justice Program

347. Mental Health and Justice Program

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto, Mental Health and Justice Initiative provides supportive housing and intensive case management services for individuals with serious mental illness and recent or current involvement with the criminal justice system. CMHA Toronto is one of four lead organizations with service and supports accessed through the Unit Registry housed by LOFT. The Unit Registry also provides information on eligibility criteria, program descriptions, unit locations and descriptions and contact numbers. Model of service is intensive case management. Average length of stay is indefinite.

348. Mental Health and Justice Rent Supplements

Model of service is recovery, psychosocial rehabilitation and peer support. Average length of stay is six months for most clients.

349. Mental Health and Justice Short Term Residential Crisis Beds Program

Program provides rapid assessment and intervention services on a 24/7 basis for people experiencing a mental health crisis who have been involved in the criminal justice system. Partnership with St. Joseph's Health Centre, Central Toronto Youth Services, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), St. Michaels Hospital and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). The target population is individuals with mental health issues who have been apprehended by the police as emotionally disturbed persons and who are charged with a provincial offense. Model of service is recovery.

350. Mental Health and Justice Short-Term Crisis Program

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto Mental Health and Justice Short-Term Crisis Program provides individuals living with mental illness with recent or current involvement with the criminal justice system with a 30-day stay with onsite 24-hour supports to assist in resolving the current crisis and creating strategies for long-term interventions. The four-bed unit located in North York is part of a 16-bed network providing services across four quadrants of Toronto. The program also houses the Network Bed Registry (416-248-4174) which provides information on criteria, program locations and descriptions, bed availability and program contact numbers.

351. Mental Health and Justice Treatment and Support Services

We are committed to serving those experiencing mental health difficulties and who are involved in the legal system. Specifically, assisting clients with their legal issues and activities of daily living such as budgeting, housing, shopping, cooking, vocational, educational and interpersonal issues. Model of service is psychosocial recovery.

352. Mental Health Case Management

Offers intensive case management services in a shared care model. Other members forming the multidisciplinary team include psychiatry and nursing. Partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Model of service is recovery.

353. Mental Health Case Management

Program provides intensive services to seriously mentally ill individuals in the suburban geographic areas (Scarborough, North York, East York, and Etobicoke). Model of service is recovery.

354. Mental Health Case Management

The Case Management Program provides one-on-one support to individuals with serious mental health issues and their family members in working towards recovery. Services provided range from assessment, consultation to service providers, supportive counselling to individuals and family members, psychosocial education on illness, life skills training, liaison, referral and co-ordination of services. This program is a component of Hong Fook`s continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches. Average length of stay is variable.

355. Mental Health Case Management

The Case Management Program provides one-on-one support to individuals with serious mental health issues and their family members in working towards recovery. Services provided range from assessment, consultation to service providers, supportive counselling to individuals and family members, psychosocial education on illness, life skills training, liaison, referral and co-ordination of services. This program is a component of Hong Fook's continuum of services based on Holistic Health and Recovery approaches.

356. Mental Health Clinic (Women's College Campus)

Three clinics available: brief assessment, general out-patient and continuing care; focus on women. Referral from family physician or health professional or community agency required.

357. Mental Health Clinic, North York General Hospital

Outpatient assessment, consultation and short-term treatment provided by psychiatrists, social work, occupational therapists and psychology. Average length of stay is three to six months.

358. Mental Health Clinic, North York General Hospital

Outpatient assessment, consultation and short-term treatment provided by psychiatrists, social work, occupational therapists and psychology. Average length of stay is three to six months.

359. Mental Health Court Support Program

Mental Health Court Support Program is committed to providing culturally sensitive rehabilitative services to mentally challenged individuals of ethno-specific backgrounds who are in conflict with the criminal justice system. Through these services, the program aims to reduce or eliminate future recidivism of this population. Services include: Assessment, Consultation, Case Management Support, Court Diversion, and Education. Average length of stay is unknown.

360. Mental Health Court Support Program

In consultation with the court, this program diverts people with serious mental illness from the court system to mental health and community support services. Once consumers have been referred for diversion, court support workers assist consumers in finding services they need. The program also provides consultation for court clients who do not qualify for diversion, linking clients to mental health and support services to facilitate bail or to assist with sentencing. In some circumstances, the program also provides intensive case management to clients. The program also provides information and support to family and loved ones of mentally ill persons in conflict with the legal system. Clients are served through the Ontario Court of Justice: Metro West (Highway 400 and Finch Ave.) and Metro East (Scarborough) Courts. Model of service is mental health court support/diversion. Average length of stay varies depending on need and particular legal circumstances.

361. Mental Health Court Support Program

In consultation with the court, this program diverts people with serious mental illness from the court system to mental health and community support services. Once consumers have been referred for diversion, court support workers assist consumers in finding services they need. The program also provides consultation for court clients who do not qualify for diversion, linking clients to mental health and support services to facilitate bail or to assist with sentencing. In some circumstances, the program also provides intensive case management to clients. The program also provides information and support to family and loved ones of mentally ill persons in conflict with the legal system. Clients are served through the Ontario Court of Justice: Metro West (Highway 400 and Finch Ave.) and Metro East (Scarborough) Courts. Model of service is mental health court support/diversion. Average length of stay varies depending on need and particular legal circumstances.

362. Mental Health Court Support Service

Provides court support services for the North York Provincial Court. The court support workers are responsible for establishing links with the community and the health care system in order to support successfully a diversion from the criminal justice system. Court Support Program works in partnership with Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Community Resource Connections of Toronto (CRCT), Homeward Mental Health and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

363. Mental Health Court Support Services

The purpose of the Mental Health Court Support Program is to assist people charged with low-risk criminal offences to access and utilize mental health services and other supports. The Mental Health Court Support Program recognizes that some individuals who face criminal charges would be better served by the Mental Health System than the Criminal Justice System (CJS). Individuals are diverted out of the regular stream of the CJS, by virtue of their voluntary participation in the program. The model of services is psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is 6 to 12 months.

364. Mental Health Crisis and Intake

Psychiatry crisis team is available to provide assessment and consultation for patients of all ages presenting in the North York General Hospital emergency department with emergent mental health concerns. The crisis registered nurses are available via telephone from 0800 to 2300 to respond to urgent requests for service, and will triage all mental health referrals, including non-urgent referrals. If North York General Hospital is unable to provide the appropriate service, the crisis registered nurse will provide the caller with alternatives. Model of service is recovery.

365. Mental Health Crisis Intervention

The Crisis Intervention Team provides assessment and intervention to those who are in an acute state of crisis due to a mental disorder and/or severe psychosocial stressors. Family and/or significant others are included in the intervention. The team collaborates with the emergency team, staff from other hospital services, as well as community partners to develop and implement appropriate intervention strategies. Model of service is crisis intervention. Average length of stay is not applicable as this is a crisis service.

366. Mental Health in Medicine

MHiM

Referral is necessary from a health professional within Women's College Hospital. We offer psychiatric consultations and time-limited treatment to female and male clients, with a particular focus on the interface between mental health issues and medical illnesses.

367. Mental Health Outreach

The Mental Health Outreach component of our street outreach program provides community support and outreach services to homeless adults experiencing mental illness in the Toronto area. The program provides a case management approach using a recovery and harm reduction philosophy to assist people to access basic needs, medical and psychiatric services, housing, financial supports, vocational and educational opportunities. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery with a strong harm reduction philosophy. Average length of stay is two years.

368. Mental Health Outreach Program

Case management services to homeless mentally ill men and women in southeast Toronto. Average length of stay is not limited.

369. Mental Health Program - Outpatient Clinics

The Outpatient Clinics for Mental Health at Humber River Regional Hospital provide psychiatric assessment, consultation, treatment, and follow-up for people experiencing mental health problems. Our patient services address the following treatment areas: mood and anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, depot injections, clozapine clinic, psychogeriatrics, general psychiatry, and medical-psychiatric issues. Staff available include Social Workers, an Occupational Therapist, a Registered Nurse, a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Professional, Psychiatrists, and a Psychometrist.

370. Mental Health Services Information Ontario

1-866-531-2600 is the 24/7 toll-free phone number for Ontario's new province-wide registry of mental health services. The service is free, confidential, and anonymous. Contact Mental Health Service Information Ontario when you or someone you know needs information about mental health programs and services. We provide information about mental health services and supports in your community and across Ontario. We can also help you navigate the mental health system. Your call is answered 24/7 by a trained professional. Our staff are selected for their experience, education and familiarity with the mental health system. Service is available in over 140 different languages. You can also visit us online for more information. Our database contains up-to-date information about hundreds of mental health services and supports across Ontario. We can tell you what's available locally and province-wide.

371. Mental Health Short Stay Unit (MHSSU)

A six-bed unit, providing 24-hour care for clients that can be assessed, treated and discharged within four days.

372. Mental Health Short-Term Residential Beds

373. Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic

The Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic provides assessment and short-term counselling to those whose mental health problems can be addressed in an outpatient setting and where the mental health problems necessitate the need for urgent treatment to prevent further decomposition by the client. A mental health team of professionals will provide psychiatric consultation and initial treatment, brief psychosocial assessment and counselling, medication monitoring and education, as well as group counselling to help the individual. Referral to other resources will be completed where necessary. The primary goal is to provide access to mental health services in a timely fashion and to return patients to their family physicians for continuing care.

374. Mental Health Works

Mental Health Works helps organizations to manage their duty to accommodate employees experiencing mental health disabilities such as depression or anxiety in the workplace. Mental Health Works provides workshops and presentations about mental health in the workplace, designs and delivers customized training, provides consultation for complex accommodations and return to work plans, delivers e-learning, information kits and other tools for employers, and offers free information for employers and employees at www.mentalhealthworks.ca.

375. Mini Eating Disorder Assertive Community Treatment Team

The Mini Eating Disorder Assertive Community Treatment Team provides individualized care for individuals who are chronically and severely ill with an eating disorder. The focus is on the enhancing quality of life and improving physical well-being. Services include: individual supportive therapy, development of symptom management strategies, monitoring of physical and nutritional status, family support and education, financial planning and support with housing issues. Support is provided in community settings and in client homes, if desired. Model of service is individualized goals focused on improving quality of life. Average length of stay is 16 months, but the program has been in operation for only two years and some clients have been in the program for two years and have not been discharged.

376. Minimum Secure Rehabilitation Unit (MSRU)

The Minimum Secure Rehabilitation Unit of the Law and Mental Health Program provides rehabilitation services and risk management to 31 co-ed patients on an inpatient basis. All patients are admitted under the Criminal Code of Canada (i.e. patients have been found not criminally responsible, unfit to stand trial or have treatment orders). The goal of the program is to provide effective clinical treatment and risk management to patients, so that optimal functioning is maintained and the likelihood of successful reintegration into the community is increased. Model of service is forensic rehabilitation. Average length of stay is two years.

377. Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)

In partnership with Metro Police, the team consists of a police officer and a mental health nurse. The team responds, as second call, to 911 calls, dealing with emotionally disturbed persons, in the west end of Toronto.

378. Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)

The Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) provides a highly responsive community crisis response to individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis by the provision of a trained police-mental health team who can assess needs and ensure connection to appropriate services. The program consists of a mental health nurse and a specially trained police officer. The team provides secondary response to 911 calls involving "Emotionally Disturbed Persons" (EDP). EDP is a Toronto Police Service (TPS) term that, for the purposes of the program, will be used to describe individuals who are experiencing a crisis as a result of a severe psychiatric illness or are experiencing an acute emotional crisis requiring intervention to ensure safety. The MCIT responds only to calls received from the TPS dispatch. The TPS Primary Response Unit (PRU - 2 police constables) are the first or "primary" responders. The PRU will attend and assess potential safety issues and the need for criminal charges and general suitability of the situation for the MCIT to attend. When the MCIT arrives at the scene, they will make an immediate assessment of the situation, intervene and de-escalate the crisis in an attempt to divert the individual from serious problem or harm. MCIT will arrange for appropriate mental health treatment and follow-up. Model of service is mobile community visits, immediate.

379. Mood and Anxiety Inpatient Unit

Unit 1-1 is a 13-bed unit that provides short-term, inpatient treatment for individuals with a mood or anxiety disorder, who are in the acute phases of their illness. Patients may be admitted to the unit via the emergency department and by referrals from program psychiatrists. The treatment team consists of psychiatrists, a general practitioner, nurses and a social worker. Unit programming is enhanced by services provided by recreational therapists and occupational therapists. Specialized programs exist for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder and research of new treatments for mood and anxiety disorders. Model of service is recovery.

380. Mood and Anxiety Service

Provides assessment, treatment recommendations and treatment for children ages four to 17, who are having problems with anxiety. Conducts ongoing research to better understand children's anxiety and treatment. Model of service is individual and therapy, assessment and treatment. Average length of stay is variable.

381. Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention Program

The Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention Program aims to enhance the recognition of early signs and symptoms of psychosis. The program's objective is to improve services to young persons in the early stages of psychosis. We provide community-based, recovery-focused, interdisciplinary clinical services. The program services include the provision and coordination of treatment, education, case management, support and referrals. Model of service is recovery and bio-psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is up to three years.

382. Mood Clinic (Brain Health Clinic)

Our multidisciplinary team will provide care, support and education to clients who may have a diagnosis of, or suspected diagnosis of, depression, bipolar mood disorders, mood disorders associated with other brain disorders, complicated bereavement or anxiety. We also provide support to families of our clients through education and counselling. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is ongoing, based on client.

383. Mood Disorder Clinic

Focused treatment for adults with impulse control issues, depression, anxiety and panic. Model of service is cognitive-behavioural.

384. Mood Disorders Clinic

The Mood Disorders Clinic (MDC) provides multidisciplinary, multimodal clinical care and education for patients, families and professionals with diagnoses of depression or bipolar disorder. Services include psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, treatment recommendations and brief follow up, where appropriate. Where patients are referred back to the referring physician with recommendations, the clinic physicians will function as a back up and resource to the treating physician in the community and a repeat consultation can be requested. Involvement of non-medical clinical staff in treatment plans is designed to best meet the needs of individual patients. If suitable, clients may be offered an opportunity to participate in research spanning basic science to direct patient care. Particular research interests include early intervention and exploring the gene/environment interaction. Average length of stay is a single visit or short-term.

385. Mood Disorders Clinic

The Mood Disorder Clinic offers outpatient services to adults 18 years and older who have a serious and persistent mental illness. Services offered include case co-ordination, psychiatric consultation, counselling, psycho-educational groups, family support and education and transitional youth support. Model of service is biopsychosocial.

386. Muki Baum Children's Treatment Centre

Psycho-educational school program (in partnership with the Toronto District Elementary Schools) for children and youth, 6-21 years with dual diagnosis, ie. Developmental disabilities, as well as complex psychiatric, emotional, neurological or genetic disorders. Our program provides both a therapeutic and educational component. Students receive both individual and group therapy, life skills and vocational programming, sports programs, community awareness and integration, art, drama and music programming, gardening, Sensory Integration, and Snoezelen experience.

387. Muki Baum Residential Services

High support residential program for adults who have been diagnosed with developmental delay and psychiatric, emotional or behavioural problems; designed to meet the individual needs of residents while providing an opportunity for integration into the community. Professional referral required.

388. Muki Baum Treatment Centre For Dually Diagnosed Adults

Intensive psycho-educational, psychotherapeutic approach to treating adults (21 years of age and older) with a dual diagnosis of developmental and psychiatric disability. Services include: psychotherapy, cognitive remediation, life skills training, vocational training, recreation/social skill enhancement, etc.

389. Multicultural Multilingual Memory Clinic (MMMC)

The mental health needs of non-English or non-French speaking clients have become a major concern to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. The neuropsychiatry program has decided to use the experience and skills of its multilingual staff to address this concern and to provide clinical assessment of memory problems in a client's own language. The clinic also conducts innovative research in clinical neurogenetics and neuroimaging techniques. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is continuous.

390. My Brother's Place

My Brother's Place is a co-operative living, supported housing program for men 18 to 60 years of age, who have had some experience with the mental health system. Average length of stay is four years.

391. NAMI Family to Family Education Program

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family to Family Education Program consists of a free course of twelve classes for family members of people who have serious and persistent brain disorders (mental illness). These classes represent a new concept and curriculum. In this model, the course co-teachers are family members themselves and the course has been designed and written by an experienced family-member mental health professional. The course follows a set curriculum, which balances education and skill training with self-care, emotional support and empowerment. Important components of the course are information about schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar illness (manic depression), borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders. The course deals with coping skills; handling crisis and relapse; listening and communication techniques; problem solving and limit setting; and rehabilitation. This course has an understanding of the actual experience of people suffering with mental illness. In addition, self-care and learning how to recognize normal emotional reactions among families to chronic worry and stress are discussed. Basic, up to date information about medication and their side effects; information about connecting with appropriate community services; advocacy; getting better services; and fighting discrimination are also part of the curriculum. The NAMI Family to Family Education Program is designed for family members of people with schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar illness (manic depression), borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, OCD, and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders, or people who exhibit behaviours that strongly suggest one of these diagnoses. This course is not appropriate for individuals who are themselves suffering from one of these mental illnesses. Model of service is peer education.

392. NAMI Family to Family Education Program

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family to Family Education Program consists of a free course of twelve classes for family members of people who have serious and persistent brain disorders (mental illness). These classes represent a new concept and curriculum. In this model, the course co-teachers are family members themselves and the course has been designed and written by an experienced family-member mental health professional. The course follows a set curriculum, which balances education and skill training with self-care, emotional support and empowerment. Important components of the course are information about schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar illness (manic depression), borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders. The course deals with coping skills; handling crisis and relapse; listening and communication techniques; problem solving and limit setting; and rehabilitation. This course has an understanding of the actual experience of people suffering with mental illness. In addition, self-care and learning how to recognize normal emotional reactions among families to chronic worry and stress are discussed. Basic, up to date information about medication and their side effects; information about connecting with appropriate community services; advocacy; getting better services; and fighting discrimination are also part of the curriculum. The NAMI Family to Family Education Program is designed for family members of people with schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar illness (manic depression), borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, OCD, and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders, or people who exhibit behaviours that strongly suggest one of these diagnoses. This course is not appropriate for individuals who are themselves suffering from one of these mental illnesses. Model of service is peer education.

393. National Eating Disorder Information Center (NEDIC)

NEDIC

Information and referral for individuals with anorexia and bulimia nervosa and compulsive eating. Publications and referral to support groups for those with eating disorders. Speakers, educational materials and resource kits. Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

394. National Network For Mental Health

NNMH

To advocate, educate and provide expertise and resources for the benefit of the national consumer/survivor community. Networking and linking consumer/survivors across Canada; increasing communication between consumer groups; linking with the media on mental health issues; newsletter (via e-mail); periodic conferences. Sponsors national consumer/survivor-run projects including a self-employment project and one that provides advocacy and leadership training for consumer/survivors by consumer/survivors.

395. Network Therapy Program

Works with clients and/or their support network to build and/or strengthen their support network. Model of service is social network.

396. New Dimensions Assertive Community Treatment Team

The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams provide the treatment, rehabilitation, and support services that assist people with severe mental illness in their recovery and their desire to live in the community. The teams are multidisciplinary each having a social worker, nurses, a vocational specialist, an occupational therapist, a psychiatrist, a peer support specialist, and an addictions specialist. ACT teams are able to provide services in the community, including people's homes. Support can be very intensive and a 24-hour on-call system is available to clients. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto has three ACT teams. West Metro Act Team and East Metro Act Team, are designated forensic (which means that they work with consumers who have been involved with the legal system and have been referred by the Ontario Review Board). The third ACT Team, New Dimensions ACT Team, specializes in addictions. Model of service is an ACT model. Average length of stay is three years.

397. North York General Hospital - Outpatient Court Support Program

The Outpatient Court Support Program is an interdisciplinary team that accepts referrals to help mentally disordered offenders who may be evaluated and treated safely out of custody. Psychiatric and psychosocial assessments including diagnosis and treatment recommendations at various stages of court proceedings. Individual counselling and therapy. Group treatment that may include anger release and management, social skills training, family therapy and mediation, and support groups. Specialized group interventions appropriate for specific types of mental illness offenders. Pharmacotherapy. Community services including education and mental health promotion. Education and consultation to mental health professionals, support workers and members of the public. Participation in research aiming at a better understanding of offenders with mental disorders. Case management services are provided to clients within the GTA. Clients are received from other areas of province to other specialized and unique programs. Model of service is court support and case management. Average length of stay is one year or more.

398. One-to-One Support

Individual counselling provided by F.A.M.E. community outreach workers to build supportive partnerships within families. Includes referrals to other community resources, education, advocacy and solution-focused assistance. Confidential services provided in-person or on the telephone.

399. Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses

OCAB

The Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses (OCAB) is a provincial organization committed to increasing employment opportunities for psychiatric consumer/survivors. OCAB has assisted groups of psychiatric survivors in the development of survivor-run businesses using a Community Economic Development approach. OCAB has created a handbook for Alternative Business development entitled "Working for a Change" which is available to groups interested in starting the process in their communities. OCAB owns and operates 3 businesses in Toronto: the Raging Spoon restaurant, Out of This World Café & Espresso Bar and Parkdale Green Thumb Enterprises. OCAB also owns and operates Crazy Cooks Catering in Peterborough. The Council's current mandate is to sustain and strengthen existing businesses and to advocate for increased economic opportunities for consumer/survivors.

400. Ontario Peer Development Initiative (OPDI)

The Ontario Peer Development Initiative (OPDI) is membership-based organization which represents Ontario's Consumer/Survivor Initiatives (CSI) and organizations that work within the mental health system. OPDI members are CSI and Peer Support Organizations (PSO) who support consumer/survivors on their recovery and enable them to transition from mental health services back into their community. OPDI provides a strong and unified voice for these organizations, advocating on their behalf within the Ministry's mental health reform process. Model of service is peer-support.

401. Oolagen Outpatient Services

The objective of the program is to provide mental health treatment services to adolescents and/or their families in order to help them to resolve conflicts that exist in their lives. The client group consists of adolescents between 13 and 18 years of age and their families who are experiencing emotional problems in their lives and require professional services to help them solve their problems. Services provided include individual and/or family assessment, advocacy, case management, individual, family and group counselling, referral for psychiatric consultation, referral, follow-up. The program also provides a Walk-In Service on Mondays from 12 noon to 3 pm for adolescents and their families. No appointment is necessary, the last session begins no later than 2 pm.

402. Open Rehabilitation Unit

The Open Rehabilitation Unit of the Law and Mental Health Program provides rehabilitation services and risk management to 31 co-ed patients on an inpatient basis. All patients are admitted under the Criminal Code of Canada (i.e. patients have been found not criminally responsible, unfit to stand trial or have treatment orders). The goal of the program is to provide effective clinical treatment and risk management to patients, so that optimal functioning is maintained and the likelihood of successful reintegration into the community is increased. Model of service is forensic rehabilitation. Average length of stay is two years.

403. Our Place Community of Hope Centre

Our Place offers a variety of programs to help psychiatric consumers extend their social supports. We have weekly dances, entertainment, bingo and many other meaningful activities. We are open 3:30 - 10:00 pm Tuesday - Saturday.

404. Out of This World Café

Originally a vocational rehabilitation program run by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Out of This World Café and Espresso Bar (OTW) was divested to the Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses in 2002 to be operated as an alternative business. Over the past five years, OTW has expanded its service and revenue base and currently provides employment opportunities to over 40 individuals with mental health and addiction histories. With the support of CAMH, OTW has become a shining example of how consumer/survivor run initiatives can thrive in a hospital setting. Model of service is alternative business. Average length of stay is not applicable.

405. Outpatient Groups

We offer a number of outpatient groups. These groups are usually offered late in the day or early evening to accommodate people who work. Some of these groups include: An anger management group A specialized anxiety group An interpersonal depression group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Groups Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

406. Out-Patient Psychiatric Services (St. Joseph's Health Centre)

Services offered: consultation/assessment; shared care services; day treatment program; multidisciplinary team. Services accessed through referral by a family doctor or community agency. Open Monday-Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm.

407. Out-Patient Psychiatry Services (Hospital for Sick Children)

Provides consultation and day treatment to children and their families. For children up to the age of 18 whose cases are severe, specialized or complex to diagnose; those with multiple disabilities or whose psychiatric problems are complicated by a medical condition.

408. Outpatient Services

The Registered Nurse at our Central Intake Office will ensure you are linked to the most appropriate mental health professional, or service. We offer: * General psychiatric care * Consultation to family physician on complex cases. Consultation may include recommendations for medication or other interventions. * Time limited psychotherapy, both individual and group * Specialized services for women * Mindfulness-based stress reduction group (MBSR) * Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

409. Outpatient Services

This program provides comprehensive, outpatient assessment and treatment services for individuals with mood, adjustment or behavioural problems who reside in the community. A psychiatrist at Baycrest Hospital provides the services, which includes: assessment of psychiatric disorders; psychiatric treatments including pharmacological management and psychotherapy; individual and family treatment. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is ongoing based on client.

410. Outpatient Services

The Outpatient Service provides clinical treatment and management of individuals who are under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Review Board, with disposition orders supporting residency in the community. The program attempts to reintegrate forensic patients into the community, while managing the risk that these individuals present to public safety. This goal is met through psychiatric treatment, case management and the treatment of criminogenic risk factors. Model of service is therapeutic risk management. Average length of stay is continuous.

411. Panic Disorder Clinic

This clinic provides assessment and consultation for patients who are suffering primarily from panic attacks. Although the clinic endeavours to provide ongoing treatment, the only guarantee that can be given to a patient is a consultation.

412. PARC Outreach Program: Case Management Support and Services

Referrals to the program are most often made via our daily drop-in program. The vast majority of outreach program clients are PARC members and make regular use of the PARC drop-in. A smaller number of referral/intakes may be negotiated by directly contacting the Outreach Team Coordinator. Priority response for urgent client support to people living in the Parkdale area. Average length of stay is one year.

413. Parkdale Green Thumb Enterprises

PGTE

This is a commercial and residential landscaping business.

414. Parkdale Green Thumb Enterprises

Parkdale Green Thumb Enterprises (PGTE) was founded in order to reduce the unacceptable high rate of unemployment in Toronto's consumer/survivor community. In 2001, PGTE obtained its first contract providing a plant maintenance and streetscaping service to a local Business Improvement Association. PGTE now employs over 35 consumer/survivors on a part-time basis, and manages multiple streetscaping and maintenance contracts for public and private sector customers. Model of service is alternative business. Average length of stay is not applicable.

415. Passages

Passages provides support to French speaking individuals living with mental illness to enable them to access community services and resources.

416. People Learning Useful Skills (PLUS) Program

Assessment and work adjustment training. Work activity involves light assembly, packaging and the operation of industrial machinery in a factory setting. All participants receive an assessment which identifies employability and socialization skills. Achievable goals can then be set which serve to improve job readiness and increase self-confidence. Each participant receives an incentive allowance based on attendance and there is no time limit on the length of participation. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is three years.

417. PhACS (Physical Activities for Consumer/Survivors)

Physical Activity for Consumer Survivors (PhACS) is a caring community that has a fitness agenda. Our purpose is to provide an outlet that promotes wellness through fitness and social activities. We are primarily a self-improvement group for consumer/survivors; however, others are welcome to attend. This group offers a flexible fitness program that promotes a structured lifestyle and builds transferable skills. Members have the option of setting goals, and through peer support, strive to achieve them. We value diversity in our membership and provide financial support to needy members. This group meets regularly and those of all fitness levels are invited.

418. Pilot Place Society

The program is a 24-hour high support residential program for adults with a primary diagnosis of Schizophrenia. We provide meals, carry out the medical treatment plan, obtain and administer medications, arrange and assist with attendance at all appointments, life skills training in relation to hygiene, room cleaning, laundry, financial management, recreational activities, vocational referrals, and case management.

419. Portuguese Addiction Services

Outpatient Addiction Program intended to provide services which are linguistically and culturally appropriate to the Portuguese speaking communities of Toronto (Other communities are served as resources allow). Assessment, treatment and referral of clients with alcohol and drug abuse related problems. Education of the Portuguese Community at large on issues related to substance abuse prevention. Psychiatric assessment and treatment of substance abuse clients in special cases e.g. concurrent disorders

420. Portuguese Mental Health

Portuguese Mental Health Intensive Case Management Services provide assessment, treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation to Portuguese speaking people with severe and persistent mental illnesses including schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar affective disorder and major depressive disorder. The service promotes improved quality of life through the coordination of appropriate services and the provision of frequent and more long-term support and monitoring. Through the development of trusting, caring and supportive relationships with clients, staff work to stabilize systems and assist clients in reaching goals that improve the quality of life. Model of service is a recovery model though aspects of psychosocial rehabilitation and peer support are also utilized. Average length of stay is one year, plus.

421. Portuguese Mental Health and Addictions

The Portuguese Mental Health and Addictions program provides assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation to Portuguese speaking people who experience mental health and/or addiction problems. Model of service is cognitive-behaviour therapy and psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is two years.

422. Portuguese Mental Health Services

PMHAS

Biopsychosocial assessment with brief psychotherapy. Long term psychotherapy available in some cases. Referrals to other community agencies where appropriate. Also case management as per MOHLTC definitions.

423. Portuguese, Spanish and Italian Speaking Family Support Program

The Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian Family Support Program offers individual family support services, peer support groups, education and advocacy to Portuguese, Spanish and Italian speaking families living with mental illness. Model of service is peer support. Educational workshops are facilitated by health professionals. Average length of stay is four years.

424. Post Partum Depression Program

PPDP

This program provides ongoing telephone counselling and group support for women who are dealing with post partum depression.

425. Pre-Employment Development Programs

PED

10 week programs in Career Directions and Computer Literacy, Career Directions in Hospitality, and Career Exploration are offered. Eligibility: Ontario Works Recipient. Call to attend the next orientation session.

426. Preparing for Change

This seven week program meets in four communities across Toronto. Information sharing, group support, and confidence building are used to help women of all ages set realistic goals which enable them to go on to educational upgrading, training, and active involvement in their community. program.

427. Prevention Through Risk, Identification, Management and Education (PRIME)

The Prevention through Risk, Identification, Management and Education (PRIME) Clinic is dedicated to the early identification and treatment of people aged 14 to 30 who are at risk of developing psychosis. PRIME provides assessment, monitoring and support for young people who are thought to be at imminent risk of developing a psychotic illness. We also serve as a referral point to and from other agencies. There is no capacity limit to this program. Average length of stay is three years.

428. Pride & Prejudice

429. Primary Support Unit (Maxwell Meighen Centre)

PSU

Crisis stabilization for men experiencing emotional/mental health problems. A community based service to assist homeless men experiencing a mental health crisis or experiencing emotional problems that do not require hospitalization. We provide a 10 bed unit for up to 3 weeks, intended to provide a safe, supportive environment to help men through a crisis. A non-medical, psychosocial based program, which embraces a client centered approach. Provides an environment that allows clients an opportunity to examine their quality of life issues while focusing on basic needs, from a position of strength and hope. General respite including 24 hour access. 24 hour counselling support as well as case management services. Provision of 3 meals per day, access to clothing and attention to basic needs. Medication storage. Advocacy and medical referral, vocational, housing and other related services.

430. ProACT

ProACT provides intensive outpatient continuing care service to adults living with schizophrenia and related disorders, including medical and substance abuse issues. These teams, based on assertive community treatment model of care, provide significant support and a holistic approach in assisting high-needs clients in wellness and community living. Model of service is continuing care. Average length of stay is three years.

431. Problem Gambling Service

Provides in-person or phone counselling for people with gambling problems and their families, through group, couple, family and individual work. Family members can access the service with or without the person with the gambling problem. Counsellors on call are available for brief consultations. Staff specializing in youth, women, seniors, Francophone and ethno-cultural populations are available. Gay and Lesbian counsellors are available on request. Languages available: English, French, Farsi, Finnish, and through partnerships with community agencies, referrals to many others. Research and outreach initiatives are important components of the service. Educational sessions are available for community and professional groups. For more, please visit our Problem Gambling Service web page at www.problemgambling.ca. Location of Program: Main office: 33 Russell Street, Toronto Satellites:The Scarborough Hospital, 2425 Eglinton Ave. E., Suite 301 Pace West, 3170 Lakeshore Blvd. W., Suite 202 Referral Required: No Contact: (416) 599-1322 Contact: Toll-free in Ontario at 1 (888) 647-4414 Contact: gambling@camh.net

432. Progress Place Clubhouse

The Progress Place Clubhouse is a centre for people with serious mental illness. The clubhouse is a holistic community mental health program that provides psychological rehabilitation through a full range of social, vocational, housing and recreational activities. Progress Place provides opportunities to gain confidence through a work-ordered day, a range of employment opportunities, access to safe and affordable housing and a peer support telephone chat line. Model of service is a recovery model based on psychosocial rehabilitation principles; the clubhouse approach involves staff and peer support. Average length of stay is not limited.

433. Progress Place Homelessness Housing and Support Initiative

Progress Place operates a homelessness housing and support initiative in partnership with St. Michael's Hospital Mental Health Services Contact team and Community Connections team. The program is a rent supplement program funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, as a phase one housing program. The model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is permanent.

434. Progress Place Homelessness Housing and Support Initiative

Progress Place operates a homelessness housing and support initiative in partnership with St. Michael's Hospital Mental Health Services Contact team and Community Connections team. The program is a rent supplement program funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, as a phase one housing program. The model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is permanent.

435. Psychiatric Assessment Service

Psychiatric assessment and consultation for individuals with a wide variety of psychiatric diagnoses, including concurrent disorders. Assessment may be done by psychiatric residents under the supervision of staff psychiatrists. The service will help to facilitatate disposition to one of the other services in the Community Mental Health Program, if appropriate.

436. Psychiatric Consultation Service

The child, youth and family program's general consultation service works with children, adolescents and families who may have a variety of adjustment, emotional, behavioural, family or parenting difficulties. Model of service is individual and therapy, assessment and treatment. Average length of stay is a consultation.

437. Psychiatric Day Clinic Program (Scarborough Hospital)

This program is designed to promote and enhance independent living. Through group therapy patients learn about their illness and themselves. They can relate to other patients about their personal issues and learn to take responsibility for their choices. Serves people 18 years and over with a major psychiatric disorder, who are motivated to change. We offer full time and part time programs Monday to Friday. The length of time an individual is involved depends on their needs.

438. Psychiatric Day Hospital

Day Hospital is an alternative to inpatient treatment. The program provides assessment and therapeutic intervention to adults who are in acute distress and who require intensive support and intervention. Model of service is a combination of recovery, peer support, psychosocial rehabilitation to support stabilization and independent living.

439. Psychiatric Day Hospital

The Psychiatric Day Hospital is an outpatient service for seniors living in the community who suffer from depressive illness. Psychiatrists, nurses, a social worker, an occupational therapist, a psychologist, a dietician, and dance movement therapist provide services. Other professional services are available by consultation, if needed. Treatment consists of individual and group therapy and medication. Emphasis is placed on treatment of depression and learning new coping skills. Model of service is bio-psychosocial.

440. Psychiatric Day Hospital (North York General Hospital - General Division)

Day Hospital is an alternative to inpatient treatment for adults who are experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis. The multidisciplinary team is composed of nurses, psychiatrists, an occupational therapist, a psychologist and a social worker. The program offers a group therapy, individualized counselling/support, medication monitoring and case management services. Most patients access treatment for a duration of 1-4 weeks, prior to being discharged from the program.

441. Psychiatric Day Treatment Program (Humber River Regional Hospital)

The Psychiatric Day Treatment Program is an alternative to in-patient care for adults who are in acute psychiatric distress and need immediate intervention. It is intended for clients whose productive lives have been halted because of psychiatric illness. Treatment is offered in a group therapy format. Individuals must have sufficient home supports in the community while actively pursuing treatment. They must not be certifiable, suicidal or homicidal and they must not be struggling with an addiction problem.

442. Psychiatric Dis/Abilities Program

PDP

Educational support program for York University (Keele Campus) students with psychiatric disabilities; individual support; peer support groups; peer mentor program; arrange academic accommodations for exams, deferrals, etc.; linkage to community resources; advocacy and self-advocacy. Documentation from mental health professional required. Call for an appointment, or email eweiner@yorku.ca.

443. Psychiatric Emergency Service

444. Psychiatric Emergency Services

Psychiatric emergency service for children, adolescents and families. Emergency psychiatric evaluation, consultation, referrals to community resources, and brief out-patient follow-up. Brief admissions (average 5 working days) to crisis unit. Out-patient crisis follow-up may be provided for up to 4 - 6 weeks. Interpretation for most languages can be provided. For children and adolescents under 18 years of age living in downtown Toronto, call or go directly to emergency department. Telephone is answered for consultation seven days/week from 8am to 11pm and a message can be left on the answering machine.

445. Psychiatric Out-Patient Clinic

Assessment, short term treatment, and follow-up for patients with mood disorders, anxiety and panic disorders, and schizophrenia. Individual and/or group therapy is provided by a multi-disciplinary team including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, and nurses. Also provides psychiatric services to seniors. Referral by family doctor is required.

446. Psychiatric Out-Patient Services (Toronto General Hospital)

Out-patient assessment and treatment; general out-patient as well as specialized clinics - i.e. women's clinic, affective disorders clinic, young schizophrenia and chronic schizophrenia clinics, crisis clinic, psychosomatic clinic; eating disorders and psychogeriatrics. Call to inquire.

447. Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office (PPAO)

The PPAO provides patients advocates and rights advisers to patients in the provincial psychiatric hospitals, including Whitby Mental Health Centre and the Queen Street site for the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health. If you are a patient you can contact the advocate or rights advisor by telephone or in person. If you do not have access to a telephone or may not leave the unit on which you are receiving services, you can ask the staff to contact the advocate's office for you. Rights advice: a rights adviser will be automatically notified and will visit you if you are an "involuntary" patient on a Form 3 or Form 4 under the Mental Health Act. In the provincial psychiatric hospitals and at the Queen Street site, the rights adviser will be an employee of the PPAO and, therefore, independent of the hospital; in a general hospital psychiatric ward, the rights adviser will be an employee of the hospital, but will still have an obligation to visit you when notified of your involuntary status. You may contact the rights adviser to meet with you at any time when you are an involuntary patient for the purpose of receiving information about your rights and choices and for assistance in exercising your legal rights to appeal decisions which are made about you. Advocacy: Patient advocates are available to patients in provincial psychiatric hospitals and to patients at the Queen Street site of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Advocates can provide you with information about your rights and support you to exercise those rights. In addition to this, an advocate can work with you around issues which arise during your hospital stay. They can consult or negotiate with hospital staff on your behalf, provide you with referrals to lawyers or outside agencies or assist and support you to advocate on your own behalf.

448. Psychiatric Services

This program provides out-patient services for children and youth under 18 years old, and their families. Services include: telephone crisis support and psychiatric consultation 24/7; mobile crisis response; and, medication consultation on referral from family physician. For medication consultation call 416-368-4896 ext. 2614

449. Psychogeriatric Assessment Consultation and Education (PACE) Central/East

Community-based outreach teams that provide a range of services to seniors. The clinics provide assessment and psychogeriatric consultation in the client's own environment. For registered clients, counselling, support, medication monitoring and home visits are all components of the psychiatric follow up. The clinics also provide crisis services during clinic hours, consultation to community agencies, advocacy, education and support to the clients' family members and community education. The Psychogeriatric Assessment Consultation and Education (PACE) Central and West locations also offer day programs. These programs provide organized, therapeutic and recreational activities, classes on health and age related topics and organized community outings. PACE East offers a weekly social/therapeutic group. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is continuous.

450. Psychogeriatric Assessment Consultation and Education (PACE) Central/East

Community-based outreach teams that provide a range of services to seniors. The clinics provide assessment and psychogeriatric consultation in the client's own environment. For registered clients, counselling, support, medication monitoring and home visits are all components of the psychiatric follow up. The clinics also provide crisis services during clinic hours, consultation to community agencies, advocacy, education and support to the client's family members and community education. The Psychogeriatric Assessment Consultation and Education (PACE) Central and West locations also offer day programs. These programs provide organized, therapeutic and recreational activities, classes on health and age related topics and organized community outings. PACE East offers a weekly social/therapeutic group. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is continuous.

451. Psychogeriatric Consultation

Psychiatric consultation to physicians and other nursing homes as well as responsibility in this facility. Treatment, case management, and long term follow-up as required. For people over 60 with mental health problems; people younger than 60 may be accepted if they are in an institution and have a chronic illness or brain damage.

452. Psychogeriatric Out-Patient Service

Out-patient assessment and treatment for older adults including limited supportive counselling, linking with other services, neuropsychological testing, occupational therapy assessment, and drug therapy. We also offer some advocacy and work with families. Individuals must be able to attend on an out-patient basis and not be in treatment elsewhere. Referral through family physician. Outreach is provided to some seniors' residences.

453. Psycho-Geriatric Outreach

The Psycho-Geriatric Outreach team provides early identification and community based management of serious mental health problems for seniors residing in long-term care and other community facilities. Model of service is bio-psychosocial perspective based on a collaborative model of service delivery. Working primarily from a consultation liaison framework linked with the shared care philosophy, the team utilizes the expertise of multiple community partners including long-term care staff, physicians, geriatric psychiatrists, other tertiary care clinical staff as well as formal and informal community supports. The average length of stay is two to six months.

454. Psychological Trauma Program (PTP)

The Psychological Trauma Program (PTP) is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary program that provides assessment, treatment and rehabilitative services for Ontario clients who have suffered a traumatic workplace accident or assault. Staff conduct approximately 300 assessments per year, including evaluation by a psychologist, psychiatrist and in selected cases, an occupational therapist. Detailed recommendations guide treatment in the worker's own community. The Greater Toronto Area based clients who require extensive treatment and rehabilitation can take a 32-week intensive day treatment program that focuses on education, recovery from posttraumatic symptoms and functional restoration. The goal of the program is to return the injured worker to satisfying work, or retraining and reintegration, within a supportive family and community network. Model of service is recovery.

455. Psychotic Disorder Clinic

The Psychotic Disorder Clinic offers outpatient services to adults 18 years and above who have a serious and persistent mental illness. Services offered include case co-ordination, psychiatric consultation, counselling, psychoeducational groups, family support, and education and transitional youth support. Support is made available to help individuals understand their illness, manage their medication and participate in social activities. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is 12-18 months.

456. Psychotic Disorders Service

The Psychotic Disorders team helps children, until their 14th birthday (along with their families), who have a referral diagnosis of a psychotic disorder. Examples of psychotic disorders include major depressive disorder with psychotic features, and schizophrenia. Model of service is individual and therapy, assessment and treatment. Average length of stay is variable.

457. Public Awareness

This program reaches out to the community at large to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms of psychotic disorders, encouraging early recognition and treatment. The objectives are to disseminate accurate information about psychotic disorders, thus dispelling the myths and misunderstanding that leads to the stigmatization of those affected by mental illness.

458. Public Education (CMHA - TORONTO BRANCH)

The CMHA public education department offers a variety of tailored workshops on mental health and mental illness issues. To see details on workshops please visit www.toronto.cmha.ca or call 416-789-7957 ext. 295.

459. Reconnect Assertive Community Treatment (ACTT)

ACTT is an intensive community-based mental health service provided by a multidisciplinary team for people with severe and persistent mental illness, functional impairments and complex needs. The program provides psychiatric assessment and treatment, rehabilitative and support services including advocacy, life skills training and accessing housing, financial and legal services. Model of service is combination medical, psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery. Average length of stay is three years.

460. Reconnect/JVS Toronto Employment Support Program

Clients of Reconnect can access vocational rehabilitation services funded by Ontario Disability Support Programs Employment Supports (ODSP/ES) through JVS Toronto at Reconnect's office location. Model of service is employment support and recovery.

461. Recovery Support

This program engages individuals in the exploration of their recovery goals by: facilitating discussion about recovery, developing a vision for recovery and supporting changes. Participation in this program may be up to six months, and consists of both individual and group-based interventions. It involves a multidisciplinary team that consists of nursing, social work, and occupation therapy. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is up to six months.

462. Redirection Through Education

Redirection Through Education at Seneca College is a 24-week program involving academics, counselling, recreational activities, career direction and volunteer work placement. The goals of the program are to build greater self-confidence, develop social and interpersonal skills, establish realistic academic and career goals and move towards fuller community life. Model of service is supported education.

463. Redirection Through Education (RTE)

Redirection Through Education is a full time supported education program that helps adults return to work, school or training. This program is designed for people with mental health or addiction histories in order to prepare them to better perform in academic environments, enter the workforce, and further their personal development. It uses groups, classes, individual counseling, and work placements to assess and develop effective interpersonal relationships, communications, and vocational skills. Follow up counseling is available to assist with transitions to employment training, education, or other activities. Students can complete college credits, assess their academic potential, complete vocational testing and a work placement. The program is three semesters in length with start dates in September, January, and April. Model of service is supported education and recovery model.

464. Regional Geriatric Program

Geriatric consultation to elderly persons (65 and over) in the community at the request of family or agency; family physician must be involved; psychiatric assessment may be a primary or secondary evaluation. Outreach team can be contacted at: 416-759-2662.

465. Regional Geriatric Program Central Service - Mental Health Services for Seniors

RGP

Geriatric outreach, day hospital and clinic; geriatric psychiatry outreach and clinics.

466. Regional/Mobile Crisis Program

The Regional and Mobile Crisis Program allows for service provision across a continuum based on urgency of need. The Scarborough Hospital services a large and extremely multicultural population. Individuals' unique needs are considered, including those of individuals currently accessing other mental health services as well as those accessing the mental health system for the first time. The regional and mobile crisis programs are fully integrated and coordinated within the Scarborough Hospital mental health services and the broader mental health system. By offering community and hospital-based crisis response, immediate, short-term follow-up and urgent outpatient consultations, the pressure and volume of emergency room visits and re-visits as well as admissions and length of stays are all reduced. Model of service is telephone, mobile/community visits, and ER visits. Average length of stay is immediate with follow up, up to six weeks or in some cases three months if client requires assistance connecting with resources.

467. Regional/Mobile Crisis Program

The Regional and Mobile Crisis Program allows for service provision across a continuum based on urgency of need. The Scarborough Hospital services a large and extremely multicultural population. Individuals' unique needs are considered, including those of individuals currently accessing other mental health services as well as those accessing the mental health system for the first time. The regional and mobile crisis programs are fully integrated and coordinated within the Scarborough Hospital mental health services and the broader mental health system. By offering community and hospital-based crisis response, immediate, short-term follow-up and urgent outpatient consultations, the pressure and volume of emergency room visits and re-visits as well as admissions and length of stays are all reduced. Model of service is telephone, mobile/community visits, and ER visits. Average length of stay is immediate with follow up, up to six weeks or in some cases three months if client requires assistance connecting with resources.

468. Regional/Mobile Crisis Program

The Regional and Mobile Crisis Program allows for service provision across a continuum based on urgency of need. The Scarborough Hospital services a large and extremely multicultural population. Individuals' unique needs are considered, including those of individuals currently accessing other mental health services as well as those accessing the mental health system for the first time. The regional and mobile crisis programs are fully integrated and coordinated within the Scarborough Hospital mental health services and the broader mental health system. By offering community and hospital-based crisis response, immediate, short-term follow-up and urgent outpatient consultations, the pressure and volume of emergency room visits and re-visits as well as admissions and length of stays are all reduced. Model of service is telephone, mobile/community visits, and ER visits. Average length of stay is immediate with follow up, up to six weeks or in some cases three months if client requires assistance connecting with resources.

469. Rehabilitation Action Program (RAP)

Rehabilitation Action Program (RAP) provides culturally competent intensive case management services to seriously mentally ill people in Scarborough who experience language and cultural barriers to accessing services. RAP offers specialized services to Tamil, Somali, and Afghan communities. Family engagement, education and support are an important part of service delivery. The case managers provide education on mental illness and treatment options to clients and families, assist clients to develop skills to live and work in the community and access community resources. Trained volunteer case aides are assigned to clients when appropriate to assist in providing services such as culturally relevant meal planning, shopping, cooking, teaching use of public transportation, familiarizing with community resources and language interpretation. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is as needed.

470. Rehabilitation Centre (COSTI)

Vocational evaluation and rehabilitation of adults with physical, social, medical and emotional barriers to employment; work assessment; skills training; job search skills; employment preparation; job placement. Must be referred by fee-paying sponsor. (Service provided in Italian, Portuguese, Spanish as well as English).

471. Rehabilitation Day Program

A community based recovery-oriented program offering a range of groups (including life skills, problem solving, psychoeducational and social recreation) and individual support to adults 16 years of age and over experiencing serious mental health problems. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery approach. Average length of stay is 3.5 years.

472. Relationship Skills for Violence Prevention (RSVP)

473. Release from Custody

The purpose of the Release from Custody program is to assist people charged with low-risk criminal offences to access and utilize mental health services and other supports. The Release from Custody program recognizes that some individuals who face criminal charges would be better served by the mental health system than the criminal justice system. Individuals are diverted out of the regular stream of the criminal justice system by virtue of their voluntary participation in the program. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is up to six months.

474. Release from Custody

The purpose of the Release from Custody program is to assist people charged with low-risk criminal offences to access and utilize mental health services and other supports. The Release from Custody program recognizes that some individuals who face criminal charges would be better served by the mental health system than the criminal justice system. Individuals are diverted out of the regular stream of the criminal justice system by virtue of their voluntary participation in the program. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is up to six months.

475. Rent Supplements

The purpose of the Rent Supplements program is to assist people charged with low-risk criminal offences access/ maintain their housing. The Rent Supplements program is community-based, in partnership with Houselinks and CMHA Toronto. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is indefinite.

476. Rent Supplements

Permanent affordable housing for singles and families recovering from mental illness who have experienced homelessness. Support services include case management and community development initiatives. Some units are accessible and some are designed for hearing impaired clients. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is over 10 years.

477. Rent Supplements

478. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Lab (rTMS)

Model of service is unspecified.

479. Reproductive Life Stages Program (RLS)

RLS

Referral is necessary from a health professional. We offer assessment and time-limited psychotherapy to women with mood, and anxiety disorders related to the menstrual cycle, infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and the menopausal transition.

480. Residential Program

Provides community support as part of a variety of housing models. Regeneration Housing and Support Services units are in co-op houses with predominately individual rooms and shared common spaces. Independent units are provided in partnership with Mainstay. Average length of stay is seven years.

481. Residential Treatment Services

Four residential treatment homes in the Greater Toronto Area providing servivces for 42 boys and girls ages 12-18 years. Youthdale and Jewish Family and Child Services work together to operate one of the homes for Jewish children and their families. Individualized treatment plans address the young persons' strengths and needs, including milieu therapy, family counselling, and availability of Section 20 educational programs in community elementary and secondary schools.

482. Rural Treatment Program

Three treatment homes in a remote, wilderness setting near Magnetawan, Ontario providing services for 24 boys and girls ages 12-18 years old. Individualized treatment plans designed specifically for children who have been unable to function in an urban setting, and could benefit from a geographically isolated treatment milieu; and for troubled children who require a highly specialized educational vocational program. Section 20 school program on-site.

483. SAFE Centre

SAFE Centre is an organization to promote mental health, primarily for Afghan Community in GTA, SAFE offers range of support and education to Afghan individuals and familly members promoting mental health, self-care and wellness. Services are culturally and linguistically appropriate for Afghans. Services include individual and community support, support groups for consumers/survivors and family members, community development initiatives to address barriers to services. SAFE strives to reach out to Afghan community and raise mental health and addiction awareness. Services are offered in English, Farsi/Dari and Pashto languages.

484. Savards Women's Shelter - Life Skills Program

This hostel contains 30 beds and is designed for women with a long history of homelessness, who are also living with a severe and chronic mental illness. This program is designed to allow homeless women who have not been successful (because of extreme behaviours) in the general hostel system to stay in the shelter long enough to stabilize. Most of these women when they arrive are not medication compliant, but do not usually present enough of a risk to themselves or others to be hospitalized. This program is low demand, high support and is intended to create an environment where the women can stay. Average length of stay is 17 months - based on the client's need.

485. Savards Women's Shelter - Life Skills Program

The Life Skills Program operates within Savards Women's Shelter (A project of Homes First Society). It assists women staying at the shelter, most of whom have long-term street involvement and mental health or addiction issues, to stabilize and begin to prepare for living independently in appropriate housing. This program is designed to allow homeless women who have not been successful, because of extreme behaviours, in the general hostel system to stay in the shelter long enough to stabilize. Most of these women when they arrive are not medication compliant, but do not usually present enough of a risk to themselves or others to be hospitalized. This program is low demand, high support, and is intended to create an environment where women can stay. Average length of stay is 17 months - based on client's need.

486. Scarborough Step by Step Program

Provides housing and mental health support services in Scarborough via a collaboration with the Scarborough Housing Consortium which includes COTA Health (Lead Organization), Court Support Services in Toronto (CRCT), Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Scarborough Hospital and Whitby Mental Health Centre. Rent Subsidies for 25 units (apartments and townhouses). Presently supports 23 individuals and two families. Funded via MOHLTC's Mental Health Homelessness Initiative - Phase II. Model of service is recovery. Average length of stay is two years.

487. School Based Mental Health Program

Provide counselling and prevention services to students, consultation to teachers, issues of grief and death, family conflict, sexuality, suicidal and self-harming behaviour

488. School Outreach Program

489. Secure Observation and Treatment Unit (SOTU)

The Secure Observation & Treatment Unit (SOTU) is an eight-bed unit located at the Queen Street site of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). It is operated by the Law and Mental Health Program. SOTU serves other clinical programs at CAMH, as well as other facilities in the Greater Toronto Area. The mandate of SOTU is the interim assessment, treatment and stabilization of adult male inpatients with major mental illness, who are aggressive and/or violent. Patients transferred to SOTU cannot be managed safely in other settings on account of aggressive behaviour. Once stabilized, patients are transferred back to the referring unit or facility. Discharge planning is not provided on SOTU, and patients are not discharged directly from SOTU. Outpatient management is not available from SOTU. Model of service is short-term stabilization.

490. Self Help Support Group for People with Schizophrenia

We are a support group offering support and friendship to our members, as well as opportunities to share and learn from each other. The group meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month from 1-3pm, at 153 Borden St. Group members share in the tasks of planning and running the meetings. New members are welcome.

491. Senior Crisis Management Support

The Crisis Response Program is designed to assist people with serious mental health problems to diffuse a crisis situation and meet their immediate safety needs. Our focus is to support adults with serious mental illness to live independently in the community by offering a range of linkages to social, psychological, medical and community resources. The program has developed collaborative relationships with other service providers, including hospitals, police and other community agencies. In this program there are no services offered on an "on-going" basis. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and geriatric.

492. Seniors Mental Health Service

West Park Healthcare Centre Seniors Mental Health Service provides free, in-home psychogeriatric/mental health assessments of seniors living in Etobicoke, York and North York (west of Yonge Street) within the city of Toronto who are experiencing mental health problems. We assess seniors 60 years of age and older. Model of service is shared care and mobile.

493. Sexual Behaviours Clinic

Model of service is relapse prevention/pharmacotherapy. Average length of stay is continuous.

494. Shared Care

This program, in partnership with the University Health Network and St. Michael's Hospital, works with men and women who are homeless and experiencing serious and persistent mental health concerns. The Shared Care clinical outreach service addresses the physical and mental health needs of homeless people using the shelters, hostels and drop-ins in the downtown Toronto area. Team members include: full-time registered nurses, outreach workers, a housing worker, visiting family physicians and visiting psychiatrists as consultants. Shared Care teams work collaboratively with staff from other agencies to deliver respectful and comprehensive care, and facilitate access to resources, enhancing the individual's quality of life. Model of service is recovery/mobile. Average length of stay is 90-180 days.

495. Shared Care Services

This program provides: bio-psychosocial assessments; psychiatric assessments; re-assessments; formulation and recommendations are provided to the patient and comprehensive reports are faxed to referring primary care physicians; pharmacological intervention may be initiated and follow-up offered until the patient is stabilized; brief psychotherapy when appropriate. The team is comprised of mental health clinicians (disciplines include nursing, occupational therapy, psychology), psychiatrists and a secretary. Model of service is recovery.

496. Sheena's Place

Group Support Services to people affected by eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia and related issues. Groups are offered in four main areas: support, body image, expressive art and skill building. Information interviews are available by contacting main phone number.

497. Shoniker Clinic

This program assesses and treats children and adolescents that present with serious mental illness that may be treated on an outpatient basis. The average length of stay is ninety days. Model of service is a multidisciplinary approach. This program draws its clients from the East Scarborough and West Durham Regions.

498. Short term residential beds (safe beds)

Safe Beds are used as an alternative to custody, emergency room assessments, and/or hospital admissions. They provide a non-medical approach to crisis intervention in a short-stay residential setting. Support is provided for immediate crisis issues and referrals are made to other community resources for on-going, non-crisis issues. The Toronto initiative is comprised of four community mental health agencies working in partnership to operate a total of 34 short-term residential crisis beds. The four agencies are: CMHA Toronto; COTA Health; Reconnect Mental Health Services; and The Gerstein Centre. Each of the four partner agencies is responsible for operating four beds 24/7 in a designated geographic area of Toronto. CMHA Toronto's safe beds are operated in North York. Service is provided for individuals with serious mental illness who are in crisis and have come in contact with the law when the Safe Bed service can provide a safe and appropriate alternative to incarceration and/or hospitalization (i.e., emergency room or inpatient admission). Typically an individual would remain in the crisis beds setting for a short period while linkages and referrals are made to other community programs. As the lead agency, CMHA Toronto is also responsible for creating and maintaining web-based bed registry and centralized intake and access processes. Contact Information: Network Safe Bed Registry - 416-248-4174.

499. Short-term Crisis Bed Program

Short-term residential crisis support to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, who are in crisis, have current involvement with the criminal justice system and are homeless. Model of service is crisis intervention and recovery.

500. Short-Term Crisis Support Beds

We provide medication monitoring and short-term support. We try and connect individuals to services they may need with partnering organizations.

501. Show Gallery

Consumer/survivors currently involved in mental health programs can display their art work; profits go directly to the artists; volunteer run; open Tuesday to Saturday, 12 noon - 5pm. Phone ahead for an appointment to discuss displaying art work.

502. Sistering - Drop-In Centre For Women

Drop-in centre for women - provides a safe, supportive place for WOMEN to go during the day. Services include laundry, showers, food, clothing, TTC fare for frequent users, referral, crisis support, advocacy assistance, and social/recreational activities. All services are free to program participants. Open 7 days a week 9:30 am - 3:00 pm, except Mondays: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm.

503. Sistering - Outreach Program For Women

Social recreation day program with transportation, outreach, visiting, information and referral, advocacy and support. For women who are socially isolated and live in Parkdale.

504. Site Support - Boarding Home Program

Partners with boarding home operators (at 39 housing sites) to promote the development and maintenance of supportive home environments that enable people with mental health challenges to achieve heightened levels of life and independence. Partnership with Habitat Services and Mainstay Housing to provide site support to more than 700 units across the City of Toronto. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation.

505. Site Support - Boarding Home Program

Partners with boarding home operators (at 39 housing sites) to promote the development and maintenance of supportive home environments that enable people with mental health challenges to achieve heightened levels of life and independence. Partnership with Habitat Services and Mainstay Housing to provide site support to more than 700 units across the City of Toronto. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation.

506. Site Support - Boarding Home Program

Partners with boarding home operators (at 39 housing sites) to promote the development and maintenance of supportive home environments that enable people with mental health challenges to achieve heightened levels of life and independence. Partnership with Habitat Services and Mainstay Housing to provide site support to more than 700 units across the City of Toronto. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation.

507. Social Rehabiliation/Recreation Program

Across Boundaries is a mental health centre which provides a range of supports and services to people from ethnoracial communities in Toronto who are experiencing severe mental health problems or serious mental illness. Model of service is a holistic approach to mental health care within an anti-racism framework. Average length of stay is two years.

508. Social Rehabilitation/Recreation Program

509. Social Resource Centre (SRC)

The Social Resource Centre (SRC) is a community based program that facilitates the recovery of consumers who have serious and persistent mental illness living in Toronto, North York, Etobicoke and Scarborough by providing opportunities for peer support, skills development and leadership. The SRC offers an inclusive and supportive environment, allowing consumers to build new relationships and mutual experiences with others, to promote a sense of belonging. Through workshops and activities, which are facilitated by professionals and peers, consumers learn new skills to live healthier lifestyles and participate in social, cultural and recreational experiences. Toronto Location: 2700 Dufferin Street, Unit 56' Hours: Monday-Friday 1:00 pm to 4:00 p.m. Phone: 416-781-4199. (Attendance at this location is restricted to clients of CMHA Toronto and Reconnect Mental Health Services). Scarborough Location: Pathways, 25 Neilson Hours: Monday through Thursday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Attendance at the Pathways location is restricted to CMHA and Step-by-Step clients) 20 Gordonridge Place. Hours: Friday 1:00 pm to 4:00 p.m. Contact Information for Scarborough SRC: kglover@cmha-toronto.net 416-289-6285 ext. 308

510. Sound Times Support Services

A member-driven, peer initiative offering support, educational opportunities and recreational activities, including creative workshops, discussion groups, computer access and instruction, and community outings. Activities are both scheduled in advance, and organized informally. Members are encouraged to contribute to decisions affecting all levels of the program. No membership fee. For adults 16-65 who have had or are experiencing psychiatric problems. Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 10 am -7 pm; Wednesdays 12 noon - 7 pm; Saturdays 11 am - 3 pm; Sundays 11 am - 3 pm.

511. Specialized Outreach Services- Dual Diagnosis Outreach

SOS- DDS Outreach

This program provides services to individuals, 16 years of age and older, who have both a developmental delay and a serious mental health illness and/or associated behavioural difficulties. Specific behavioural assessments are offered with short-term follow-up and education for individuals and their caregivers.

512. Specialized Outreach Services- Seniors Mental Health

SOS- Seniors Mental Health

WMHC's Seniors' Mental Health Program provides mental health treatment to seniors, 65 years of age and over, with age-related complex and serious mental illnesses and associated challenging behaviours. The program offers specialized geriatric psychiatric services including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

513. Spectrum

This off-site service provides a coordinated and comprehensive treatment program for people who have chronic schizophrenia, or related disorders, and are living in the community. The approach is multidisciplinary and holistic. Assessment, individual and group counselling, medication monitoring, case management and education are also provided. Model of service is continuing care. Average length of stay is long-term.

514. St. Francis Residence

High support boarding home for 24 adults (18-60) with mental health problems, on low income. Mostly single rooms. Meals plus snacks are provided. Residents may participate in some voluntary activities.

515. St. George House

St. George House, a HABITAT boarding home, provides housing to 26 adults, 16 years and over (22 single rooms, and 2 shared rooms) with mental health disabilities. There is 24 hour a day staff support. Meals are provided. Residents have keys to their own rooms. Residents are expected to follow house rules and maintain personal hygiene. There are smoking and non-smoking common areas in the house. Cause for eviction includes ongoing threats of violence or extremely disruptive behaviour. Optional activities include social/recreational activities and committee work: food committee, membership committee, intake committee.

516. St. Jude Community Homes

St. Jude Community Homes provides quality supportive housing to single individuals living in Toronto area living with severe mental illness. The organization follows a community development model of housing that promotes individual as well as community development in order to promote recovery and improve quality of life. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery model. The average length of stay is 10 years.

517. St. Jude Community Homes

St. Jude Community Homes provides quality supportive housing to single individuals living in Toronto area living with severe mental illness. The organization follows a community development model of housing that promotes individual as well as community development in order to promote recovery and improve quality of life. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery model. The average length of stay is 10 years.

518. St. Michael's Geriatric Psychiatry Program

Ambulatory assessment and short term treatment. Preferable to be accompanied by family member or friend.

519. St. Stephen's Corner Drop In

This drop-in program is open six days per week and provides homeless, marginally housed and socially isolated individuals living with mental illness, addictions and concurrent disorders with an open social setting in which to develop inter-personal, social and leadership skills, through access to social opportunities, a social setting in which all are accepted as they are, opportunities for participant involvement in program direction and in which they can access supports building social integration, including meals (breakfast and lunch), basic needs (showers, laundry, behavioural counselling, etc.), and social-recreational activities (including games, outings, a women`s group, a men`s discussion group, soccer in the summer, movie afternoons, and others). This program is set up to allow participants to access case management services and other supports (advocacy, housing support, addictions, mental health, trustee, and housing) in a safe and familiar setting as and when they are needed or desired.

520. St. Stephen's Mental Health Case Management

Case management offered to drop-in clients such as housing placement, advocacy, eviction prevention, trusteeship, concurrent disorders counselling, street outreach, addictions counselling and referral. Model of service is psychosocial, harm reduction.

521. Street Haven Supportive Housing Program

There are 15 bachelor and one-bedroom units providing supportive housing for women with mental health and/or addiction issues (dry housing, must have six months clean time).

522. Street Haven Supportive Housing Program

Joubert House has six units for women with histories of mental health issues and homelessness (dry house, six months clean time required). There are also 12 bachelor and one-bedroom units providing supportive housing for women with mental health and/or addiction issues (dry housing, must have six months clean time).

523. Substance Abuse Services Program

524. Suburban Case Management Program

Program provides intensive services to seriously mentally ill individuals in the suburban geographic areas (Scarborough, North York, East York, and Etobicoke). Model of service is recovery.

525. SunPACT (Sunnybrook Program of Assertive Community Treatment)

Sunnybrook Program of Assertive Community Treatment (SunPACT) is a multidisciplinary team-based program providing community-based, client-centered individualized treatment, support, and rehabilitation to persons with severe and persistent mental illness. Model of service is assertive community treatment. Average length of stay is five years.

526. Support Services for Community Activities

Support Services for activities in recreation, leisure and volunteer settings. Services provided for adults with a disability which is a barrier to employment.

527. Support Within Housing

528. Support Within Housing Program

529. Support Within Housing Program

530. Support Within Housing Program

531. Support Within Housing Program

532. Support Within Housing Program

533. Support within Housing Program

534. Supportive Housing

Margaret Frazer House provides a continuum of supports and housing for women between the ages of 18-64 years of age with psychiatric issues. We provide supportive housing in a group home setting and housing and supports in independent units in the community. Our program and services are as follows; informal counselling, advocacy, social and recreational programs, art group, re-establishing family links and supports, a crisis (safe bed) for ex-residents who are seeking a restorative break. We provide services in seven languages. Average length of stay is two years in our supportive housing transitional housing, and in our independent units it is until the client decides to move.

535. Supportive Housing

Margaret Frazer House provides a continuum of supports and housing for women between the ages of 18-64 years of age with psychiatric issues. We provide supportive housing in a group home setting and housing and supports in independent units in the community. Our program and services are as follows; informal counselling, advocacy, social and recreational programs, art group, re-establishing family links and supports, a crisis (safe bed) for ex-residents who are seeking a restorative break. We provide services in seven languages. Average length of stay is two years in our supportive housing transitional housing, and in our independent units it is until the client decides to move.

536. Supportive Housing

Margaret Frazer House provides a continuum of supports and housing for women between the ages of 18-64 years of age with psychiatric issues. We provide supportive housing in a group home setting and housing and supports in independent units in the community. Our program and services are as follows; informal counselling, advocacy, social and recreational programs, art group, re-establishing family links and supports, a crisis (safe bed) for ex-residents who are seeking a restorative break. We provide services in seven languages. Average length of stay is two years in our supportive housing transitional housing, and in our independent units it is until the client decides to move.

537. Supportive Housing Case Management

The supportive housing service is to help people with serious mental health problems who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to gain access to affordable housing and to provide them and their families with the required supports to enable these individuals to live in the community. The service works on a 'head lease' model with case management support to allow consumers to live in public market units. Hong Fook Mental Health Association rents the apartment units or house units in the private market for their consumers then provides them with services such as: problem solving, crisis management; coping with emotions; managing mental health problems; linking to community resources; developing positive relations; and life skills training. The average length of stay is 985 days.

538. Supportive Housing Etobicoke/York

Supportive housing Etobicoke/York is a partnership between Reconnect, the Trillium Health Centre and Supportive Housing Peel (SHIP). Through the SHEY program, housing and individual supports are offered to individuals who have a severe and persistent mental illness and have utilized the hostel or shelter system due to homelessness or who are imminent risk of homelessness. units are leased on behalf of individuals by SHIP and support services are offered by a case manager and housing support worker through the Trillium Health Centre or Reconnect. Model of service is case management and recovery. Average length of stay is 2.5 years (permanent housing).

539. Supportive Housing in Peel

To optimize quality of life for individuals with mental illnesses in Peel and West Toronto by providing housing including independent living and group home living. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery-based model. Average length of stay is not limited.

540. Supportive Housing in Peel

To optimize quality of life for individuals with mental illnesses in Peel and West Toronto by providing housing including independent living and group home living. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery-based model. Average length of stay is not limited.

541. Survivor Support Programme

Support to adults, individuals or families, bereaved through suicide and/or homicide. Offered by trained counsellors through individualized support sessions and follow-up group visits. Home visits available.

542. Telepsychiatry

Our multidisciplinary team will provide care, support and education to clients who may have a diagnosis of, or suspected diagnosis of, depression, bipolar mood disorders, mood disorders associated with other brain disorders, complicated bereavement or anxiety. We also provide support to families of our clients through education and counselling. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is ongoing, based on client.

543. The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario

The Mood Disorders Association of Ontario (MDAO) provides peer support to individuals and families affected by depression, bipolar disorder and other related mood disorders. In addition MDAO offers telephone support, information and referral, public education, resource materials and anti-stigma workshops, and presentations in the community. Model of service is peer support. Average length of stay is not applicable.

544. The PLUS Social Recreation Club

This PLUS (People Learning Useful Skills) social club offers a variety of activities including crafts, music appreciation, cooking, fitness activities, and outings (eg. movies, bowling). Open to residents of Scarborough and East Toronto who are socially isolated. Not open to people who have recently been involved in substance abuse or aggressive behaviour. Call for an application form.

545. The Raging Spoon

The Raging Spoon is a restaurant and catering business located at 761 Queen Street West, Toronto. For almost 10 years, the Raging Spoon has provided work opportunities for well over 100 psychiatric consumer/survivors who have an interest in food-service-related employment. With hundreds of customers in the non-profit and for-profit sectors, the Raging Spoon continues to expand its services and stay current in the ever-evolving world of food service. Model of service is alternative business. Average length of stay is not applicable.

546. The Salvation Army Transitional Employment Program

Empowers individuals with mental health issues by providing personalized support, facilitating employment opportunities and access to community resources. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is 15 years.

547. The Warm Line

The Warm Line is for men and women with mental illness living in the Greater Toronto area in need of a friend with an empathetic ear, someone who will really listen. The Warm Line is operated by peers who have been there, understand, and are aware of the loneliness and isolation often felt by other survivors. The Warm Line was the first program in Canada to offer peer support telephone line to survivors of mental illness. It is available 7 days a week from 0800 to 2400.

548. Toronto East Counselling and Support Services

Toronto East Counselling and Support Services provides a range of flexible, individualized supports to adults who have serious mental health problems. Supports include assistance with life skills, crisis prevention planning and intervention, supportive counselling, wellness/goal planning, coordination and referral to a wide range of resources (housing, recreation, medical supports, income support etc.). Model of service is recovery-based case management. Flexible, long-term support. Average length of stay is 18 months.

549. Toronto Employment Services

Ontario March of Dimes Employment Services offers free, comprehensive employment services to persons with disabilities. Our program is funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services (ODSP Employment Supports) and Employment Ontario. We offer case management and job placement services, as well as employment preparation workshops which include a six-week, twelve-session Job Search Group. Self-referrals are welcome. For further information and/or to book a seat for our weekly orientation session, please contact Lou-Ann Whiteway at (416) 425-3463, Ext. 7227 or by e-mail at lwhiteway@dimes.on.ca

550. Toronto Western Hospital, Psychiatric Emergency Services

The Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) at Toronto Western Hospital offer a 24-hour service and is physically located in the emergency department. The service consists of crisis clinicians who work between 0800 and 2300 seven days a week, as well as psychiatric registered nurses, psychiatric assistants, staff psychiatrists and residents who provide coverage 24/7. The team provides rapid triage, assessment, management and disposition for the adult mental health patient who required these services while in the emergency department. The Psychiatric Emergency Services Unit (PESU) is designed to provide a safe, secure, and integrated environment where these assessments can take place. The second component of the service is the Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) which is operated Monday to Friday, with psychiatrists available for assessments Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The clinicians who work in the emergency department (PES) also work in UCC and participate in the initial assessment with the psychiatrist and can offer short-term follow up. Model of service is bio-psychosocial. Average length of stay is hours to two days and short-term sessions are seven to ten sessions.

551. TRAC

Outreach, assessment, individual and family counselling, group and summer programs, adolescent sex offender program, consultation and service coordination/provision with schools, day school for youth abusing substances, other agencies and community groups. For youth 12 to 18 years who have mental health problems and live in North York.

552. Transitional Aged Youth Substance Use Program

Located at the Branson site of NYGH, this program serves those individuals residing in the Central LHIN between the ages of 16-24 who have substance use issues. Assessment, treatment and referral services are offered. Inidvidual and group counselling.

553. Transitional Care Program

This program provides short-term, women-centred care for women with complex mood disorders, co-existing trauma, anxiety and addiction, and women discharged from the women's program. Currently, the services include: psychoeducation, skills building groups, short-term psychotherapy group, and time limited pharmacological support. Model of service is women's-based empowerment model.

554. Transitional Housing and Support Program

Transitional support for women leaving abusive relationships. Safety planning, supportive counselling, information about community services, help with housing applications, social assistance, etc. Program capacity is 240 clients a year.

555. Transitional Psychiatric Residence

Residential assessment, stabilization and treatment home in Toronto providing services for 8 boys and girls aged 12-18 years. Individualized treatment plans to address the young persons' strengths and complex needs, including milieu therapy, family counseling, and availabillity of Section 20 educational programs. Multidisciplinary team, including family physician and psychiatric nursing staff, led by a child psychiatrist. Enhanced child and youth worker coverage and awake overnight staffing.

556. Transitional Support Program

TSS

The Transitional Support Service for the South Quadrant provides assistance in finding appropriate community-based follow-up treatment and support for children and youth who are receiving urgent psychiatric care in a hospital setting.

557. Transitional Youth Program (TYP)

The Transitional Youth Program (TYP) assists youth, living east of Yonge Street, who are diagnosed with schizophrenia or a mood disorder and must be just beginning to experience and deal with symptoms of mental illness. It is an intensive clinical support service, offering therapeutic and case management interventions. The goal of the program is to assist the young individuals to regain/maintain age approximate milestones and minimize the impact of mental illness on their lives. TYP works closely with clients, families and supports to assist them to understand and cope with the illness. Education, employment and socialization with peers are key focuses. Support is Monday to Friday. Clients can remain in the program until age twenty-four. Model of service is intensive psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is five years.

558. Transitions

559. Trauma Clinic

This service provides an extended assessment and consultation service for individuals who are suffering from symptoms related to their past unresolved psychological traumas. Our extended assessment and consultation clinic provides a chance for both the referring clinician and the patient to benefit from a specific focus on the reasons for the patient's continuing failure to heal. The patient has a chance to describe at length his or her experience, problems and difficulties as well as identify areas of strength, resource and hope. This process of exploration and reflection is supported and assisted by the expertise of the trauma team.

560. Trauma Therapy Program

TTP

Referral is necessary from a health professional and if eligible for the program, attendance at an Orientation meeting and an intake interview are necessary. Time-limited individual and group psychotherapy is offered to women and men with psychological issues following interpersonal trauma.

561. Trillium Health Centre Etobicoke ACT Team

Assertive Community Treatment program.

562. Trinity Square Cafe Inc.

Trinity Square Enterprises operates the Trinity Square Café and the Cawthra Square Café which provides a work orientation and training program for people recovering from mental health problems, in order to develop work skills within a small business, cafe environment. We believe that people who have experienced mental health problems can progress toward their individually defined goals by participating in a supportive transitional-work environment. Model of service is vocational training in a teamwork setting, running a catering business.

563. Turk Fellowship Home

Chai Tikvah provides residential and community housing. Chai Tikvah in Hebrew means 'life and hope'. The Chai Tikvah Foundation believes that people who have experienced psychiatric problems must have the opportunity to participate in the life of the community and must be provided with appropriate services to enhance their quality of life to the greatest extent possible. It is the foundation's belief that by providing housing, support and education to people who use the services we can help integrate them into society. Chai Tikvah's philosophy has been shaped by the fact that the foundation was organized by a group of parents whose children required housing that allowed them to live more independently within the community and receive emotional support as needed. Average length of stay is 10 to 15 years, to an indefinite period of time.

564. TYRO

Services for youth (12 to 18) with a dual diagnosis (mild developmental handicap and mental health problems) living in Metro Toronto. Outreach, assessment, individual and family counselling, group and summer programs, adolescent sex offender program, consultation and service coordination/provision with schools, other agencies and community groups. Also provide a day/school support program and crisis support, respite and residential services.

565. Unit 2-1

Unit 2-1 provides care for clients requiring hospitalization for treatment of schizophrenia or related disorders. The inpatient staff provide the daily treatment and care for the client, with support from the continuing care team, which continues to follow the client whether in hospital or living in the community. Model of service is crisis intervention. Average length of stay is 14-21 days.

566. Unit 2-2

Unit 2-2 provides care for clients requiring hospitalization for treatment of schizophrenia or related disorders. The inpatient staff provide the daily treatment and care for the client with support from the continuing care team, which continues to follow the client whether in hospital or living in the community. Model of service is recovery.

567. Unit 2-3

Unit 2-3 provides care for clients requiring hospitalization for treatment of schizophrenia or related disorders. The inpatient staff provide the daily treatment and care for the client with support from the continuing care team, which continues to follow the client whether in hospital or living in the community. Model of service is recovery.

568. Unit 2-5

Unit 2-5 provides care for clients requiring hospitalization for treatment of schizophrenia or related disorders. The inpatient staff provide the daily treatment and care for the client with support from the continuing care team, which continues to follow the client whether in hospital or living in the community. Model of service is continuing care. Average length of stay is 90-120 days.

569. Unit 4-3

Unit 4-3 is an inpatient area providing inpatient care to clients served by Interact, ProACT, and Spectrum outpatient teams in the Schizophrenia program. This program follows a continuing care model, where physicians and clinicians working with clients in the community are also involved in their care during admission. Model of service is continuing care.

570. Urgent Care

A Monday to Friday service which sees people within a couple of days of having presented in the emergency room to provide support and attend to outstanding issues. Short-term (for up to three weeks from their appointment) outpatient psychiatric assessment and follow-up for patients who are in crisis or in need of short-term support. We assist these patients with organizing longer-term community-based supports. The team is comprised of a mental health clinician and psychiatrists. Model of service is recovery.

571. Urgent Care Clinic (formerly S.H.A.R.E.)

Out patient crisis services characterized by prompt intervention, including assessment of self-harm risk and co-ordination of most applicable services to allow for stabilization and autonomous functioning in the community.

572. Ventures

Treatment is client directed and focuses on living, learning, working and social needs. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is continuous.

573. Vocational Rehabilitation Program

This program offers: employment planning, job trials/situational assessments, work tolerance/hardening program, work adjustment training, and one to one support for participants looking to re-enter the work force. For participants between the ages of 16-60 with employment barriers, and must be able to provide self-care.

574. Wellness Centre

This program is the realization of an innovative model of care, which addresses the mental health needs of ethno-cultural seniors with an emphasis on Wellness. This Centre is designed to meet the needs of the Chinese community for more efficient and timely access to the mental health system by providing information, assessment and treatment in a comfortable and accepting environment. With a focus on early identification of serious mental disorders, this Centre offers an array of culturally and linguistically appropriate programs, including education, health promotion, traditional and western health care that serve as an interface to more individualized mental health services. Clinical services include; psychogeriatric assessment, treatment (pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy), psychoeducation, counselling to caregiver and family, outreach, shared care, and referrals. Wellness programs include health and fitness, reflexology, and stress management. Programs combine traditional Chinese and Western approaches. Average length of stay is not applicable.

575. West Metro Assertive Community Treatment Team

The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams provide the treatment, rehabilitation, and support services that assist people with severe mental illness in their recovery and their desire to live in the community. The teams are multidisciplinary each having a social worker, nurses, a vocational specialist, an occupational therapist, a psychiatrist, a peer support specialist, and an addictions specialist. ACT teams are able to provide services in the community, including people's homes. Support can be very intensive and a 24-hour on-call system is available to clients. Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto has three ACT teams. West Metro Act Team and East Metro Act Team, are designated forensic (which means that they work with consumers who have been involved with the legal system and have been referred by the Ontario Review Board). The third ACT Team, New Dimensions ACT Team, specializes in addictions. Model of service is an ACT model. Average length of stay is three years.

576. West-End Walk-In Counselling Centre

This program provides free walk-in counselling/brief therapy to clients in this traditionally under served area. This service was created to improve accessibility to high-quality mental health counselling and to reduce barriers to services. Clients served are parents, children, youth and families, and individuals who would like immediate support for pressing concerns. Open on Wednesdays from 5 pm to 8 pm. Last appointment is at 7 pm.

577. What Next! Peer Support Drop-In Centre

What Next! is a meeting place open to residents of North York, where individuals living with a mental illness or addiction and those who are socially isolated can share with others and gain social and emotional support. We are committed to providing a warm, welcoming environment where social activities and workshops may allow members to explore their creativity, learn a new skill, socialize with others, build their self-esteem, have fun and so much more! Through participation in social/recreational activities and peer support, individuals are supported in their quest to achieve their goals of recovery and wellness. What Next! is a peer initiative organized and facilitated by fellow consumer/survivors of the mental health care and addiction system in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Toronto Branch. The drop-in is located inside the Red Cross building- please enter through the north entrance on Coldwater Road. Membership is free, and free parking is available. Drop-in hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 1pm - 8 pm in addition to scheduled activities (Wednesday closed). Please call and/or drop-in to receive our monthly schedule of activities and events.

578. What Next! Peer Support Drop-In Centre

'What Next! Peer Support Drop-in Centre is a meeting place where people recovering from mental health or mental health and addictions issues can share with others and gain social emotional support. Although the program has existed for ten years, it has recently partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association/Toronto Branch to expand its services to five days a week, to promote wellness and recovery for individuals with major mental illnesses living in the North York Community through meaningful activities, peer support, and advocacy. Model of service is peer support.

579. Whitby Mental Health Centre Patient Council

The Patients' Council is a voice of and for psychiatric survivors who are patients at Whitby Mental Health Center OR live in Whitby's catchment area. The Council is involved in systemic advocacy and peer support. The Council follows up on complaints brought to their attention and develops proposals to remedy problems which have been identified. Consumer/survivor staff are available part time in the office, and there is voice mail to take messages when they are not available. Council members are elected and function as an independent board of directors. The Council is a member of the Ontario Association of Patient Councils. Toll Free telephone line for long distance (905) Area Code Residents: (416) 314-2862. Toll Free telephone line for long distance (416) Area code Residents: (905) 427-9233. Toll Free telephone line FOR CRISIS ONLY: 1-800-263-2679.

580. Wilkinson Housing and Support Services: Case Management

The program utilizes a peer support model to encourage natural support networks and include clients in the decision making process. Case management services are offered to individuals in various community settings. Model of service is recovery and psychosocial rehabilitation. The average length of stay is five years.

581. Wilkinson Housing and Support Services: Homeless Initiative

The program was developed to provide a continuum of supportive housing to those who are seriously mentally ill and homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. It utilizes a peer support model to encourage natural support networks and includes clients in the decision making process. Supportive housing is offered to individuals in various community settings. Model of service is recovery, psychosocial rehabilitation. Average length of stay is five years.

582. Wilkinson Housing and Support Services: Housing Program

Wilkinson Housing and Support Services was founded in 1984 to provide supportive housing to individuals with mental illness. Wilkinson has a variety of homes throughout Toronto for individuals who wish to obtain permanent housing. All houses differ in structure, size and support. All clients of Wilkinson are supported through a 24-hour call system for emergencies.

583. Withdrawal Management Services

WMS

The Toronto East General Hospital Withdrawal Management Centre (formerly known as the Detoxification Centre) is a 22 bed crisis intervention facility, providing physical care for the adult male in an acute state of intoxication or withdrawal from alcohol and other addictive substances.

584. Women Under Stress

The Women Under Stress program offers an alternative to the traditional mental health approach to women living in stressful life situations. Women learn to manage their stress in their lives in a free 9 week program which meets 2 mornings per week. Working in small groups, women share experiences, receive information and support, and develop strategies to cope under pressure. They learn about helpful resources and gain support from other group members to assist them to make positive life changes and avoid (re)hospitalization. The program is open to all women, and free childcare and transit fare are provided.

585. Women's Clinic

A number of therapy groups are offered for women experiencing change and difficulties related to menopause, relationships and other issues. A number of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy groups, focusing on depression and anxiety disorders, may be available at specific times during the year.

586. Women's Counselling Referral and Education Centre

Women contacting Women's Counselling Referral and Education Centre can be assured of a warm and respectful welcome. The organization believes that people's individual problems are often connected to social conditions; i.e., sexism, racism, ageism, poverty and lack of power, loneliness and isolation and lack of support. Model of service is feminist brief solution focused. Men receive referrals and information via phone line only. Women and men receive phone line counselling, information and referrals. Only women receive face to face brief solution-focused counselling.

587. Women's Employment Development

The Women's Employment Development (WED) program is designed to give women on social assistance the tools they need to make the successful transition from welfare to work. This program provides ongoing bridging support for women moving from welfare to self-sufficiency. This is a full-time 6-week program focusing on job search skills, career assessment, communication skills, work/training expectations, and information on training and education programs. This program is open to women receiving social assistance. Free childcare and transit fare are provided.

588. Women's Inpatient Unit (WIU)

The Women's Inpatient Unit is a short-stay, 18-bed inpatient unit for women with severe mental illness or mood and anxiety disorders, who may have experienced trauma (childhood sexual, physical and emotional abuse, and/or sexual or physical assault in adulthood) and/or addiction. Individualized treatment includes: assessment, diagnostic clarification, stabilization, focused treatment interventions and facilitation of community linkages. Model of service is women's-based sanctuary model. Average length of stay is 30-40 days.

589. Women's Mental Health Clinic (Toronto General Hospital)

Short term counselling for individuals and groups on problems specific to adult women, including career and family conflicts, sexual abuse and violence, obstetrical and gynecological concerns.

590. WoodGreen's Mental Health Case Management and Social Recreational Groups

WoodGreen's case management services offer intensive one-on-one support to individuals experiencing serious mental health issues. We provide: assessment of the services available for you, individual counseling, self-directed goal setting, problem solving, advocacy, referrals to other services, crisis prevention and intervention, case coordination and education. WoodGreen's Friendship Club, which meets regularly throughout the month, provides individuals who have mental health issues with an opportunity to socialize with others, learn and develop new skills, and have fun in a safe and comfortable environment. Specifically we offer: a women's group, lunch and supper clubs, life skills classes, arts and crafts, drop-ins, special activities such as bingo, theme parties and group outings. Model of service is client centered. Average length of stay varies.

591. Work on Track

Work on Track is an innovative employment preparation program - its goal is to enable persons with psychiatric histories to enter and participate in the labor market. Work on Track helps job seekers and prospective employers to work together. Model of service is supported education.

592. Workman Arts

WA

Workman Arts is a not-for-profit professional arts company that has more than fifteen years experience integrating artists who have experienced mental health and/or addiction issues with arts professionals. Workman Arts provides opportunities of training, development and employment for members and aims to increase public awareness of mental health and addiction issues through arts productions. Workman Art's five key artistic areas of interest are Theatre, Visual Arts, Film, Music and Literature. Workman Arts operates out of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health including a 300-seat theatre and a 870 square foot artists studio.

593. WRAP - Women Recovering from Abuse Program

Women Recovering from Abuse Program (WRAP) is an 8-week half-day intensive psychotherapy program for women 18 years and over experiencing mental health problems resulting from a childhood history of emotional, sexual, or physical abuse or neglect. The program includes group therapy and individual counselling. Participation in WRAP's weekly Building Resources group is required prior to entering the intensive program. Prior therapy surrounding trauma issues is recommended. Self referrals are accepted.

594. Wraparound for Homeless Young Mothers

Young single mothers, 25 years and under, are assisted by an individual support team to obtain stable housing. By using the wraparound process, the client's support team also helps to deal with other needs of the mother such as financial planning, parenting, family violence, addiction, medical concerns and legal issues. The team works with their client to help maintain housing.

595. Wraparound for Street-Involved Youth

Youth are assisted to help develop requisite skills. This service is highly flexible to meet the needs of street youth, for instance life skills coaching, job skills training, mentoring of youth and peer mentoring. Some go on to serve as facilitators for other street-involved youth in their communities.

596. Wraparound for Young Mothers at Risk

In the wraparound process, young mothers and infants are provided resources and networks that will help them to establish and maintain a safe and supportive family environment. Child welfare is often involved with these mothers. They are given the opportunity to live with and to parent their newborns due to the added measure of support and safety afforded by the wraparound process.

597. Wychwood Open Door

This drop-in center provides: nutritious noon day meal; self-help group; recreational activities, sports, trips; movies and educational films; community and health information; outreach services; includes members in program planning and evaluation. Open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am to 3pm. Lunch served 12 - 1 PM.

598. Youth Addiction Services

The Youth Addiction Service helps youth who have substance use problems, with or without a mental health disorder. Our Youth Outreach Service works in the community to help prevent and/or reduce substance use problems among youth. Model of service is harm reduction. Average length of stay is variable.

599. Youth Case Management

600. Youth Division of Psychiatry

In-patient and out-patient assessment and treatment of youth (14-20 years) with psychiatric illnesses: mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders; tertiary level assessment province-wide. Referral by a physician.

601. Youth Hostel Outreach Program (YHOP)

Youth Hostel Outreach Program (YHOP) supports youth shelters in Toronto by providing mental health assessments and short-term intensive case management to youth aged 16-24 who are experiencing serious mental health issues and are homeless. YHOP also provides education to shelters about mental health issues. Model of service is psychosocial rehabilitation.

602. Youth Justice Outreach Program (YJOP)

603. Youth: Community Choices for Success

Youth: Community Choices for Success is a partnership between Reconnect Mental Health Services and JVS Toronto, offering support services to transitional aged youth 18-30 years old, with a dual diagnosis of mental illness and developmental disability. The program offers a range of services including employment support, vocational planning workshops, life skills training, work experience and job development. In addition, a mental health case management component will assist participants to connect to community supports and identify and work towards individual goals. An employment specialist and a case manager will work together to offer comprehensive support to participants. Model of service is case management, social recreation and vocational support. Average length of stay is three to four years.

604. Youthdale Child and Adolescent Sleep Centre

The centre provides multidisciplinary assessments and management to help children and adolescents with sleep disorders. Sleep issues include specific sleep disorders such as insomnia and sleep apnea. The clinic also treats sleep problems associated with other medical disorders such as asthma, ADHD, Tourettes syndrome, obesity, mood disorders, anxiety and Prader-Willil syndrome.

Contact CRCT:

210 Dundas St. West, 4th floor,
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E8

 

Tel: (416) 482-4103  Fax: (416) 482-5237
E-mail: crct@crct.org

 

 
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