The aim of this list is to provide housing workers with a variety of alternative, non-profit and for profit housing providers for clients with unique requirements.

If you have any questions please feel free to email the Landlordconnect Facilitator at 647-258-9981 or by email shauna@eyetfrp.ca.

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Supportive Housing


Below you will find a collection of supportive housing programs and facilities categorized by the type of support they provide/need they serve.


Mental Health


The Access Point - also known as The Toronto Mental Health and Addictions Access Point

CASH - Coordinated Access to Supportive Housing and Access 1 (the coordinated access point to individual mental health supportive services) have recently integrated to form The Mental Health and Addictions challenges, including the Supportive Housing for People with Problematic Substance Use program and the Mental Health and Justice Supportive Housing Program.


Phone Number: 416-640-1934
Website: www.theaccesspoint.ca/
Email: info@theaccesspoint.ca

HIV/AIDS


Barrett House
  • Accommodation for those who are homeless and unsupported living with HIV/AIDS
  • Staff are available 24 hours per day
Phone Number: 416-869-3619
Website: www.goodshepherd.ca


Casey House
  • Hospice and independent living environments
  • Assists clients with symptom and pain management, offering advice and support as client acclimates to new drugs, challenging side-effects and restrictive medication schedule
  • Provides continuity of expert, appropriate care as client's needs change over time
  • Compassionate end-of-life care
Phone Number: 416-962-7600
Website: www.caseyhouse.com


Fife House

Fife House's mission is to provide secure and affordable supportive housing and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDS. They believe that access to secure affordable housing is a key determinant for the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS.

Phone Number: 416-205-9888
Website: www.fifehouse.org


McEwan Housing and Support Services
  • For homeless individuals coping with HIV, issues of mental health, and/or substance abuse
  • Program consists of a both a Residential and Community Support Program
  • 24-hour crisis support is provided
Phone Number: 416-929-6228 ext. 223
Website: www.loftcs.org


The Wellesley Central Residence
  • Toronto's first affordable housing complex designed to accommodate both seniors in need of moderate assistance and people living with HIV/AIDS
Phone Number: 416-925-9871 ext. 4903
Website: www.woodgreen.org



Deaf and Blind


Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf
  • The Progressive Independent Living Program assists residents with development of communication, daily living, community awareness and behaviour management skills
  • For individuals living with developmental and/or physical disabilities, who require visual communication (i.e. sign language, Blissymbolics, picture symbols, etc)
  • 24/7 residential care provided
Phone Number: 416-449-9651 *TTY: 416-449-2728
Website: www2.bobrumball.org/
Email or to leave a video message: Contact Us


Canadian Hellen Keller Centre
  • Supportive, sensory and barrier-free housing building with 16 one-bedroom apartments
  • Rent-Geared-to Income an option
  • Tenants are responsible for their own meals, financing and personal care
  • For active adults and seniors who are deaf-blind
Phone Number: 416-730-9501
Email: info@chkc.org
Website: www.chkc.org



Developmentally and Physically Challenged


Springboard
  • Shared group home
  • For young men who are socially, physically and developmentally disabled
  • Support services include case management, medication supervision and life skills programs
  • 24/7 staff support available
  • Professional and self-referrals accepted
Phone Number: 416-525-5479
Website: www.springboardservices.ca/


New Visions Toronto
  • Supportive group housing (from 2 bdrm condos - 6 bdrm homes)
  • 24 hour residential support provided
  • For adults and children with developmental and/or physical disabilities (including those with complex needs)
For individuals under the age of 18
  • Phone Number: 416-325-0500 TTY: 416-325-3600
  • Fax Number: 416-325-0565
For individuals over the age of 18


Vincent, De Paul & Martineau Homes (Society of St Vincent de Paul)
  • Supports the resident's spiritual, physical and emotional needs
  • 24 hour care is provided
  • The majority of the residents are seniors
Phone Number:
  • De Paul House: 416-265-2605
  • Martineau House: 416-431-4147
  • Vincent House: 416-724-2455
Email: info@ssvptoronto.ca
Website: svdptoronto.org


Aptus Treatment Centre for Complex Disabilities
  • Supportive residential living for children and adults for people with complex disabilities, as well as female-only kosher residence.
Phone Number: 416-633-5775 or 416-630-2222 ext.125
Website: mbtc.asicanada.net


Meta Centre
  • Group living residences for people living with developmental disabilities, persons with dual diagnoses and individuals with multiple disabilities
Phone Number: 416-736-0199 ext.334
Website: www.metacentre.ca
Email: Robert Passaro - rpassaro@metacentre.ca


Oakdale Services
  • Residential and transitional housing for children and adolescents living on the autism spectrum or with developmental delay.
Phone Number: 416-699-5600
Fax Number: 416-699-6547
Website: www.oakdaleservices.com
Email: tor-oakdale@bellnet.ca


The Safehaven Project for Community Living
  • Housing for children living with multiple disabilities
Phone Number: 416-535-8525
Fax Number: 416-535-9782
Website: www.safehaven.to
Email: admin@safehaven.to


St. Mark's (Don Mills) Non Profit Housing Corporation
  • Some RGI apartments for singles, families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Phone Number: 416-445-2706
Fax Number: 416-445-8515


Surex Community Services
  • Residential and Community Supports Programming to adults who have a variety of disabilities
Phone Number: 416-299-0202
Fax Number: 416-299-1980
Website: www.surexcs.com
Email: colin.hamilton@surexcs.com



General Housing


CRC Self-Help Inc.
  • Shared supportive housing, each home with its own tenant-made rules
  • Tenants share household chores
  • 24/7 staff support provided when necessary
  • To apply application and interview are required. Successful candidates are added to a waiting list, then interviewed by residents when a vacancy is available.
Phone Number: 416-519-6389
Website: www.crcselfhelp.ca
Email: info@crcselfhelp.ca


Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes
  • Supportive and multicultural housing environment
  • Furnished housing with shared kitchens, common areas and bathrooms
  • 90% of units are rent geared-to-income
Phone Number: 416-340-7918
Email: deepquong@bellnet.ca


Ecuhome Corporation
  • Rent geared to income.
  • Permanent shared housing for single adults on low or fixed income and who may have mental health issues, be recently incarcerated, hospitalized, in treatment for addictions, in the shelter system or in an abusive situation.
  • There are 8 accessible units. Staff support includes referral to community resources, life skills training, advocacy, mediation and problem solving
  • Staff support includes referral to community resources, life skills training, advocacy, mediation and problem solving.
Phone Number:
  • Tenancy Office: 416-537-1334 ext. 1
  • Central Administration: 416-593-9313


Homes First Society (Shuter)
  • For older men and women dealing with issues including addiction, alcoholism, mental health and aging
  • Has 18 units for people previously hospitalized through partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Pilot Place
Phone Number: 416-214-1870
Fax: 416-214-1873
Website: homesfirst.on.ca/properties



Boarding Homes

Habitat Services
  • Boarding homes and rooming houses are privately owned and offered to individuals with serious mental health issues through a contract with Habitat Services
  • On-site support services provided by Habitat Services or COTA, in addition to services offered by the home owners
  • Permanent accommodations for 931 adults available across 45 locations in Toronto
Phone Number: 416-537-2721 ext.240
Website: www.habitatservices.org
Email: info@habitatservices.org


Homes for Special Care
  • Residential homes licensed under the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
  • Long-term housing and 24-hour support and supervision for those with a psychiatric diagnosis who are unable to live on their own
  • 470 residential beds in 25 licensed homes (21 in York Region, 3 in Peel Region, 1 in Toronto)
  • Tenants must be referred to the program
Phone Number: 416-535-8501 ext.33439
Website: www.camh.ca


Proverello Charities Ontario
  • Private room and board for long-term clients of mental health services
  • Residents prepare food for communal meals and share household chores
  • Four houses located on the same site
  • Tenants must be professionally referred to the program
Phone Number: 416-504-5019



Co-op Housing

Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto
  • List of co-ops in Toronto, organized alphabetically by name and region of the city
Please Note:
  • Applications must be made directly to the individual co-op
  • There is an application fee and long waiting list
Phone Number: 416-465-8688
Fax Number: 416-465-8337
Website: chft.coop
Subsidized Units Website: www.housingconnections.ca


Ontario Regional Office of the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada
  • For general information about co-ops in Canada
Phone Number: 416-366-1711
Fax Number: 416-366-3876
Website: www.chfcanada.coop
Email: info@chfcanada.coop



Long-Term Care Facilities

Community Access Care Centres

Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) are independent, non-profit agencies accountable to the Ministry of Health. CCACs provide one-stop access for people who need in-home health services and support or accommodation in long-term care centres. CCACs assess your needs or those of your loved ones and determine eligibility for a long-term care facility or funded in-home health care. They also manage or arrange for the following:

  • The transition from hospital care to in-home health care
  • Admissions to long-term care centres
  • The provision of visiting health and personal support services in people's homes.
Toronto Central North York Community Care Access Centre Scarborough Community Care Access Centre


Toronto Long-Term Care Homes and Services

Toronto Long-Term Care Homes and Services offers supportive housing in various locations across Toronto. They provide supportive services, such as meal preparation, homemaking, laundry services, personal support, reminders regarding medications, etc., to eligible clients who are tenants in designated buildings contracted under our supportive housing program.

Under the program, individuals pay rental charges directly to the landlord. There is no direct cost to the client for the supportive services. Instead, the personal support and homemaking costs for the eligible clients are paid by Toronto Long-Term Care Homes and Services, through funding provided by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Phone Number: 416-392-8906
Website: Commitment to CARE
Email: ltc-ho@toronto.ca



Private Market Boarding Homes

Harmony House
  • This facility is within a single detached house.
  • 24 hour staff on site to support residents
  • Can accompany residents to medical appointments
  • Can supervise administration of prescription medications when needed.
  • Three meals provided daily
  • Laundry, change of linens and room cleaning included
  • Close to TTC, Library, shopping, coffee shops, and churches.
  • Rent is $800 per month(shared room) or $850 per month (Single Room)
  • Phone to make a viewing appointment
Phone Number: 416-651-5666 or 416-782-2639
Address: 296 Lauder Avenue West Toronto Ontario


Kennedy Residence
  • Personal care boarding home for men and women unable to care for themselves
  • Rent includes
    • utilities(plus air conditioning)
    • 3 meals and a snack per day
    • Laundry and room maintenance or housekeeping
  • 24-hour security with cameras in place
  • Staff or Community Care Access Centres can help with bathing, if necessary
  • Rent is $950 per month (Shared Room)
    • Single rooms available at no extra cost
  • Note: Some flexibility with last month's rent.
  • References are required; verbal is okay as long as potential tenant is connected to a community worker
  • An application is required
Phone Number: 416-922-7674
Website: www.kennedyhouse.org
Address: 300 Sherbourne Street Toronto Ontario


Gloucester House Personal Care Homes
  • 24-hour supervision
  • Three meals per day, plus snacks (Meals provided by Can Health Non-Profit)
  • Smoking permitted outside
  • Rent is:
    • $850 per month (Shared Room)
    • $950 - $1050 per month (Single Room)
Phone Number: 416-875-1956
Address: 101 Gloucester Street Toronto Ontario - 4 Spencer Avenue Toronto Ontario - 46 The Queensway Toronto Ontario


A1 Lifestyle Harmony
  • Lodging home for the elderly and/or people receiving ODSP
  • Three meals per day, plus snacks
  • Close to amenities including
    • Laundry Facilities
    • TTC
    • Library
    • Shopping Centre
  • Recreational activities include games and movie night
  • Registered nurse and PSW are on site
  • No wheelchair access
  • Rent is:
    • $850 per month (shared room)
    • $900 - $1000 per month (single room)
  • Call to make a viewing appointment
Phone Number: 416-747-7600
Email: s.swell28@yahoo.ca
Website: a1lifestyleharmony.ca
Address: 17 Sandrift Square Toronto Ontario - 24 Parsonage Drive Toronto Ontario


Homestyle Care
  • This facility is within a bungalow
  • Private room and board for senior's needs and comfort
  • Staff and sometimes a volunteer are available on site to support residents
  • A physiotherapist is on site three days a week
  • Everything will be provided including laundry, changing beds, food, etc.
  • Smoking is okay on the deck
  • Many parks close by
  • Property is on a direct TTC route
  • Rent is:
    • $1500 per month (shared room with one other person)
    • $1800 per month (single room)
  • Call to make a viewing appointment
Phone Number: 416-913-2385
Email: joyce.dixon@rogers.com
Address: 110 Orton park Road Toronto Ontario



Youth Housing

Arrabon House

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
Phone Number: 416-536-7037
Website: www.arrabonhouse.org


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.
Humewood House
Phone Number: 416-651-5657
Email: information@humewoodhouse.com
Website: www.humewoodhouse.com

Massey Centre
Phone Number: 416-425-6348 ext. 230
Website: www.massey.ca

Rosalie Hall
Phone Number: 416-438-6880
Email: info@rosaliehall.com
Website: www.rosaliehall.com


LOFT Community Services Peer Support Housing
  • Beverley Lodge is a high-support group home with on-site staffing 24/7, serving at-risk young men, 18 and under
  • The Ingles Program offers youth addiction services and supportive housing to women are 16 - 26, in recovery from serious substance abuse. The program includes a continuum of housing options with high, medium and low support and specialized youth addiction case management.
Phone Number: 416-979-1994
Fax Number: 416-979-3028
Email: info@loftcs.org
Website for Beverley Lodge: www.loftcs.org
Website for Ingles Program: www.loftcs.org


Youthlink Housing Co-ops

Youthlink Residence is a specialized group setting for young women who need intensive support. The program combines treatment for mental health concerns with life-skills training and emphasizes diversity and inclusiveness. Youth are required to attend school or have a job.

YOUTHlink has four houses in Toronto for youth aged 16-21 that offer safe, affordable housing and a friendly, supportive atmosphere that helps youth to prepare to live independently. Residents may stay for periods up to 12 months and must be attending school or working during the day. Youth pay monthly rent and our youth worker helps them set and follow through on educational and/or employment goals.

  • Danforth and Pape Location
    • Female co-op with three beds close to Pape subway station.
    • Rent is $355/month and includes cable TV and phone.
    • Laundry facilities are available.
    • This is an independent co-op (no live-in mentor).
  • Birchmount and St. Clair Location
    • Male co-op with four beds near Warden subway station
    • Rent is $355/month and includes utilities as well as cable TV and phone.
    • Co-op is air-conditioned and offers a live-in mentor
  • Runnymede and Annette Location
    • Female co-op with six beds close to Runnymede subway station
    • Rent is $335/month and includes cable TV and phone
    • Co-op is air-conditioned and offers a live-in mentor
  • Quuen East and parliament Location
    • Female co-op with three beds a short walk to the Queen Streetcar
    • Rent is $335/month
    • Laundry Facilities are available
    • Co-op offers a live-in mentor
Phone Number for Youthlink Residence: 416-967-1773
Phone Number for Youthlink Housing Co-ops: 416-967-1773 ext. 222
Website: www.youthlink.ca



Women's Housing

Amelie House
  • 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
Phone Number: 416 465 0475
Website: www.svdptoronto.org
Email: ameliehouse@rogers.com


Arrabon House

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
Phone Number: 416-536-7037
Website: www.arrabonhouse.org


Eden Community House of Toronto: Beverley House
  • 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
Phone Number: 416-977-3655
Website: www.edencommunityhomes.org


St. Felix House
  • 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.
Phone Number: 416-203-1624 ext. 35
Website: stfelixcentre.ca
To apply please click here.


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.
Humewood House
Phone Number: 416-651-5657
Website: www.humewoodhouse.com
Email: information@humewoodhouse.com

Massey Centre
Phone Number: 416-425-6348 ext. 230
Website: www.massey.ca

Rosalie Hall
Phone Number: 416-438-6880
Website: www.rosaliehall.com
Email: info@rosaliehall.com


Homeward Bound
  • A 4 year transitional program for single mothers
  • 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
Phone Number: 416-645-6000 ext. 3006 or 416-645-6000 ext. 3031
Website: www.woodgreen.org



Senior's Housing

General Information


AdvantAge Ontario
  • Membership-based organization that represents non-profit providers of services, care and housing for seniors
  • They can provide info on non-profit long-term care facilities, housing and community services for seniors
Phone Number: 905-851-8821
Website: www.advantageontario.ca


The Care Guide (Seniors' Housing and Care)

The Care Guide has a wealth of information available for seniors' housing and care, including:

  • Housing provider search
  • Needs assessment
  • Living at home (home care, senior safety, etc)
  • Caregiving
  • Health; Wellness
  • Financial and legal matters
  • Care Connect Helpline
Phone Number: 1-800-311-CARE(2273) or 416-287-CARE (2273)
Email: info@thecareguide.com
Website: www.thecareguide.com



Supportive Housing


Brimley Acres
  • For medically stable seniors living independently
  • 24-hour staff supervision provided
  • Supportive housing program offers help with personal care, light housekeeping, medication management and light meal preparation
  • Applicants must be a tenant of Brimley Acres and need assistance with personal support and homemaking services, or 24-hour on-site assistance in order to receive Supportive Housing Services.
Phone Number: 416-392-6766
Website: Brimley Acres


Cedarbrook Lodge
  • Private room with shared washroom and kitchenette or private one bedroom suite
  • Prospective tenants must complete a family assessment form, be assessed by a physician
Phone Number: 416-431-6400
Website: www.cedarbrooklodge.ca
Email: myhome@cedarbrooklodge.ca


Kendleton Drive
  • For medically stable seniors living independently
  • 24-hour staff supervision provided
  • Please Note: Applicants must be a tenant of Kendleton Drive and need assistance with personal support and homemaking services, or need 24-hour on-site assistance in order to receive Supportive Housing services.
Phone Number: 416-397-0583
Website: Kendleton Drive


Deauville Place
  • Monthly rent ranges from $700 - $950, depending on unit selected and applicant's income
  • Cost of utilities included in monthly rent
  • Common area, computer room, and crafts area included
  • Indoor parking/recharging station for power scooters
  • On-site Case Manager available to provide initial voluntary assessment (at the request of each resident)
  • Other services include:
    • Meals on Wheels at discounted prices
    • Grocery delivery service
    • Transportation services for medical appointments and social rides
    • Cluster clean services
    • Home care (including personal support and respite care)
    • Indoor home maintenance services
  • Please Note:
    • Qualifying residents must be at least 59 years of age (proof of age will be required)
    • Preference will be given to persons aged 65 and older(as per City of Toronto policy)
    • For persons with disabilities, a certificate from the Referring Agency or Doctor must be provided
    • Monthly income must not exceed four (4) times the monthly rent
Phone Number: 416-447-7244 ext. 541
Website: www.deauvilleplace.com
Email: deauvilleplace@outlook.com


Good Shepherd Ministries: St. Joseph's Residence
  • Residents have their own rooms but share common spaces.
  • For seniors 55+ with a history of chronic homelessness.
  • Priority is given to individuals who also have mental health issues, are living with an addiction, or suffer from chronic illness and disabilities.
  • Addictions are managed using a harm reduction model
  • 24/7 support
  • Meals prepared
  • Recreational Programming
Phone Number: 416-869-3619 ext. 251
Website: www.goodshepherd.ca
Email: info@goodshepherd.ca


Homestyle Care
  • This facility is within a bungalow
  • Private room and board for senior's needs and comfort
  • Staff and sometimes a volunteer are available on site to support residents
  • A physiotherapist is on site three days a week
  • Everything will be provided including laundry, changing beds, food, etc
  • Smoking okay on deck.
  • Many parks close by
  • Property is on a direct TTC route
  • Rent is:
    • $1500 per month (shared room with one other person)
    • $1800 per month (Single room)
  • Call to make a viewing appointment
Phone Number: 416-913-2385


Willowdale Manor
  • For Medically stable seniors living independently
  • 24-hour staff supervision provided
  • Supportive housing program offers help with personal care, light housekeeping, medication management and light meal preparation
  • Please Note:
    • Applicants must be residents of Willowdale Manor and need assistance with personal support and homemaking services, or need 34-hour on-site assistance
Phone Number: 416-392-9535
Website: Willowdale Manor


O'connor House
  • O'Connor House is a "Seniors' family home" for ten frail, elderly persons who are experiencing difficulty coping with the activities of daily living. The residents are able to maintain their individual lifestyles in a warm and friendly environment. Features of the house include private bedrooms, meals, bath supervision (if necessary), access to a house health care providers (e.g. nurse). Monthly charges can be subsidized.
  • Please Note:
    • 59 years or older
    • female seniors only
Phone Number: 416-572-3575
Website: www.woodgreen.org


First Step to Home Housing
  • First Step to Home provides transitional housing in fully furnished bachelor units. On site supports and services include:
    • Intensive case management
    • harm reduction and addiction services
    • supportive counseling
    • low barrier programming
    • 24 hours staffing
    • personal support and homemaking
    • weekly assistance keeping unit clean
    • assistance with activities of daily living, such as grocery shopping
    • nursing and medical care
    • life skills development
    • social and recreational activities
    • volunteer opportunities
    • community leadership and peer programs
    • support transitioning to permanent housing
    • follow up supports
  • Please Note:
    • Men 55+
    • Street involved
    • homeless and/or have a history of unstable housing
Phone Number: 416-572-3575
Website: www.woodgreen.org


Mental Health Supportive Housing Cluster
  • Provides assistance with personal support, home making, meal preparation/shopping, and medications. Staff cook dinner daily for tenants. Social and recreational opportunities are provided. Tenants enjoy their own bachelor units with a shared common area and large kitchen. No nursing care is available. Tenants need to be able to live fairly independently, and be able to live in a congregate setting with others.
  • Please Note:
    • Seniors 55 and over with a mental heal diagnosis
    • a history/at risk of homelessness
    • Must be able to live independently with supports
Phone Number: 416-469-2947
Website: www.woodgreen.org



Subsidized Housing


Bill McMurrary Residence
  • Independent living for seniors aged 55+
  • Private accommodation with on-call doctor, social and recreation programs
  • Subsidies may be available
Phone Number: 416-533-1155
Website: Bill McMurrary Residence
Email: admin@billmcmurray.ca


New Horizons Towers
  • Seniors home offering retirement apartments, assisted living and special respite care
  • Wilkie Heritage Fund available to subsidize costs
Phone Number: 416-536-6111
Website: www.newhorizonstower.com
Email: info@newhorizonstower.com


Woodgreen Rent Geared to Income Seniors Housing
  • 1070 Queen Street East
Phone Number: 416-645-6000
Website: www.woodgreen.org


Woodgreen Affordable Housing
  • Seniors Residency
  • upto 80% of market rent
  • 444 Logan Avenue
Phone Number: 416-645-6000
Website: www.woodgreen.org


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