A psycho-educational support group for men and women struggling with problematic gambling behavior
Persons alleged to have committed an offence under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA).
Caught shoplifting?
Promotes positive self-reflection and change using art as a therapeutic medium.
Our professional employment consultants will help you reach your goal.
An effective and efficient alternative to custody for youth involved in the justice system.
For drivers convicted of or suspended for Impaired Driving.
Arrested and detained? What are the options?
The BJO program helps people who are unemployed retrain for a successful career.
Financial support to individual employers who wish to purchase training for their employees
Community based option to perform community service work.
Intensive case management for individuals struggling with mental health or mental health and substance use issues.
Short term intensive services for individuals with a Concurrent Disorder or mental health issues who have had legal involvement.
Cornerstone House offers a 10-bed shelter and a Transitional Housing Program for men and women who are between 18 and 29 years of age.
Provides secondary crisis response to individuals/families in the environment of their choice
Provides immediate crisis support and/or counselling for individuals experiencing a mental health or situational crisis.
Day treatment is a 5-week outpatient program for all genders, aged 16 and up.
Charged with a minor offense?
Lifeskills training group for youth involved in the Youth Justice System.
Support for individuals with severe and persistent mental health and/or addiction and may have been denied supervision
Provides intravenous drug users with clean needles and a safe place to dispose of used needles
Community based sentencing option for minor offenses.
Provides alternatives to the formal court process.
Develop basic financial literacy skills.
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An open, ongoing, peer support group for individuals in recovery from addictions and mental health issues.
Employment Ontario services assist employers with all their hiring needs.
Focuses on teaching skills within Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and how they can be applied to help individuals with both mental health difficulties and substance use.
Designed to assist people in the right place, at the right time.
An ongoing, open support group for individuals facing challenges related to concurrent disorders.
Peter Willis Residence (PWR) provides clients with the skills and supports they need to achieve a productive, pro-social lifestyle.
Community based sentencing option for minor offenses.
Residential treatment is a 5-week live-in program for all genders, aged 16 and up.
Each center offers job seekers and employers a resource area.
Assessment, service planning and counselling both individually and in group to individuals experiencing issues with gambling.
An open support group for individuals struggling with a family member or loved one who has addiction issues.
Change hard thoughts into cool thoughts.
Station House provides a safe place to stay for young people who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness.
Provides individuals with practical information, strategies and tools on relapse prevention.
For persons charged with theft.
Employment/career related workshops for in-class presentation.
What are the impacts of substance use?
Provides individuals with safe, affordable housing.
This program helps people to secure and maintain safe, affordable, permanent housing while providing ongoing support as needed.
Arrêté et incarcéré? Quelles sont les options?
Withdrawal management provides support for withdrawal from alcohol and/or other drugs
Provides crisis services and support groups for children, youth and families.
Young person alleged to have committed an offence under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA).
Support to the families of youth in conflict with the law.
Court support for youth when mental health concerns may be a factor.
Community based supports for high risk youth involved in the Youth Justice System.