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Supportive

Supportive Housing

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Supportive housing generally refers to a combination of housing assistance and supports that enable people to live independently in their community.

As one of the largest supportive housing providers in Ontario, SHIP provides supportive housing by assisting individuals living with mental health or addictions issues achieve recovery. With our help clients are able to live productive and independent lives with as much support as they need. According to Addictions and Mental Health Ontario, supportive housing is the difference between a home and homelessness. We offer a variety of supportive housing programs providing expertise and supportive services to individuals with specialized needs. SHIP services are recovery based and person-directed. We work closely with clients, assisting them to embrace their full potential and achieve their goals successfully in their communities.

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Other Housing Options

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Crisis Support

Short Stay Crisis

The Short Stay Crisis Support Program offers voluntary support services to people with serious mental illness, who are experiencing a crisis, and have come into conflict with the criminal justice system.
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Transitional Housing

Peel Youth Village

Our youth program at Peel Youth Village provides stable transitional housing and support services for youth (ages 16-24) for a maximum of one year less a day (364 days).
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