Thresholds provides a range of housing and supports for individuals experiencing and/or recovering from mental health issues or concurrent disorders. Programs and services include:
Currently, the organization provides subsidized accommodations through agency-owned properties and partnerships with private and non-profit sector landlords.
All individuals housed by Thresholds receive a range of ongoing support services that respond to their individual needs. Our staff including community support coordinators, practical support workers, and nurses assist individuals in their recovery.
Case Management is a service provided to individuals who require mental health supports but do not require direct housing assistance from Thresholds.
Individuals experiencing a psychosocial crisis or in need of a planned respite stay, find support and safety while working toward crisis recovery goals in the Crisis Respite Program. In partnership with Dunara Homes for Recovery Inc. (Dunara), Thresholds provides a 24/7, short term, voluntary, non-medical and supportive residential environment.
Assertive Community Treatment
The Assertive Community Treatment (ACTT) team is an inter-disciplinary team that provides intensive case management with focus on support, rehabilitation and treatment to individuals with severe and persistent mental health or concurrent issues.
Extraordinary Needs Program
The Individualized Support Extraordinary Needs Program facilitates the transition of individuals with complex mental health and other needs from hospital to an appropriate living arrangement in the community, with individualized supports reducing over time as the person stabilizes.
The Concurrent Supportive Housing (CSH) Program, a partnership between House of Friendship and Thresholds Homes and Supports, works to provide counselling support, opportunities and experiences within a supportive housing environment, to those who have made the choice to eliminate or change their alcohol/drug use in order to live a healthier life free from the harms of substance use and/or addiction.
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO)
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO) is a recovery-oriented person-centered supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness who may require 24 hours supportive care. The program is intended to assist tenants by providing approriate housing and support services to achieve and maintain housing stability that is safe and affordable.
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