Women’s Housing

1. Amelie House
www.svdptoronto.org

  • Long-term transitional housing (Up to 2 years) for women aged 18 years and older who have experienced difficulty in maintaining adequate permanent housing
  • Residency includes:
    • Meals
    • Informal counselling
    • Crisis intervention
    • Referrals
    • Advocacy
    • Basic Necessities
  • Self-direct living environment with staff supervision and support available 24 hours
  • Available staff includes:
    • Re-establishment counselors
    • Community support worker
    • Life skills coach
    • Overnight worker

More Information:  416-465-0475

2. Arrabon House
arrabonhouse.org

Long-term group home residency/transitional apartments for young women who are experiencing family conflicts and/or are survivors of sexual or physical abuse

  • Arrabon House
    • Aftercare and counselling provided
    • Group home for young women aged 13 – 18 years
    • Residents must attend school, be employed, and enroll in a training program while there
    • 24-hour support in a structured, home-like environment
    • Psychological assessment or more intensive therapy is available
  • Lanthier Place
    • Transitional co-op housing for young women aged 16 – 24 years
    • Three co-op apartments with 3 bedrooms each
  • Self and Professional referrals are accepted

More Information: 416-536-7037

3. Eden Community House of Toronto:  Beverley House
www.edencommunityhomes.org

  • Private room and board for long-term clients of mental health services
  • Residents prepare food for communal meals and share household chores
  • Applicants to the program must be eligible for Ontario Disability Support or Ontario Works. Apply through the Access Point
  • Four houses located on the same site
  • Please Note: Tenants must be professionally referred

More Information:  416-977-3655

4. Homeward Bound
www.woodgreen.org

Homeward Bound is a 4 year program which provides the following supports for all its participants

  • Free 2 year college education
  • 14 week unpaid internships
  • Access to sustainable employment opportunities though Industry partners
  • Afordable furnished housing
  • Free child care

Program Restrictions:

  • Single mothers 19+
  • Unstable housing
  • One child under the age of 17
  • Maximum of 3 chilren living with the mother
  • Substance abuse free – at least one year

More Information:  416-645-6000 ext. 3006 pr 416-645-6000 ext. 3031

5. St. Felix House
stfelixcentre.ca

  • Transitional housing for women, with stays from 3 months to 2 years
  • Private bedrooms, shared bath and kitchen facilities
  • Monthly rent includes full meal programs, laundry services, cable TV and WiFi Internet access
  • Please Note: Children or women with significant mobility issues cannot be accommodated.

More Information:  416-203-1624 ext.35

6.  Young Parent Resource Centres – Residential Programs for Pregnant or Parenting Youth

  • Residential treatment programs for female youth who are under 21 (under 19 preferred at Humewood House)
  • Residential Programs offer 24 hour staffing, individual and group counselling supports, prenatal and infant care, and case management
  • Three Toronto sites available:
    • Humewood House
    • Massey Centre
    • Rosalie Hall
  • Please Note: Young Parent Resource Centres are NOT emergency shelters
    • Intakes can take from 2-3 weeks, depending on availability of beds

More Information:

Humewood House

Phone Number: 416-651-5657
Website: www.humewoodhouse.com

Massey Centre

Phone Number: 416-438-6880
Website: www.massey.ca

Rosalie Hall

Phone Number: 416-438-6880
Website: www.rosaliehall.com

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