Please note that all referrals to Regeneration Community Services must be submitted through the AccessPoint. The form can be accessed either online (http://theaccesspoint.ca/) or by downloading the hard copy.
- 24-hour on-site residential housing support;
- One-to-one counselling supports;
- Assistance with daily living skills;
- Planned activities and events within the facility, as well as within the community;
- Ensures that all member supports (friends, family, or agencies) are included in the ongoing care and services as well as in the evaluation of member service plans and goals;
- Medication assistance and management; and
- Peer support services as needed.
Details for admissions requirements for high-support housing are available on The Access Point website (www.theaccesspoint.ca) or by calling (416) 640-1934.
Anderson house is a 24 hour high-support housing program. The building stands four stories tall and includes 32 furnished unites with en-suite washrooms, and a shared rooftop garden. We provide a range of services including a meal program on request, medication assistance and management, personal care, skills teaching, recreational activities and employment activities. Anderson House encourages a sense of community among its members by remaining inclusive to all within, as well as outside the building. Connections with the neighborhood are very important to the ongoing promotion of the recovery of our members.
King Street is a 24 hour high-support room-and-board housing program. The building stands three stories tall and includes a large private outdoor space. There are 20 (two shared) furnished units with shared washroom facilities. The program provides meals and snacks from a full-time cook as well as cleaning services for units and common areas. King Street encourages community among its members by remaining inclusive to all within as well as outside the building.
It should also be noted that in order to be eligible for King Street, it is required that members are receiving ongoing case management supports.
My Brothers’ Place
My Brother’s Place is 24-hour high-support room-and-board housing program in partnership with Habitat Services. The building is located in a residential neighbourhood, stands three stories tall and includes a large private outdoor space. There are 8 (one shared) furnished units with shared washroom facilities. The program provides meals and snacks, as well as assistance with cleaning services for units and common areas. My Brothers’ Place encourages community among its members by remaining inclusive to all within as well as outside the building.
It should also be noted that Habitat Services is included in the intake process. In addition, it is preferred that members are receiving ongoing case management supports.
Oakwood ARCH (Acceptance, Recovery, Community, Hope) is a 24-hour high-support housing program that is partnered with the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) as well as Habitat Services. The building stands five stories tall and includes: three lounges, a dining room, a rooftop patio and garden, and a ground floor patio. There are 40 furnished units with an en-suite, three piece washroom, and an optional communal meal program. Oakwood ARCH encourages community among its members by remaining inclusive to all within as well as outside the building. All member supports (i.e. family, friends and agencies) are included in ongoing care as well as in the evaluation of member services plans and goals. The connections with the neighborhood are very important to the ongoing promotion of the recovery of our members.
Residents of Oakwood ARCH are accepted directly and exclusively from an inpatient unit at CAMH, and must provide a letter from their psychiatrist confirming that they are a person requiring an Alternative Level of Care.
Spencer House is a four-story building with fifteen independent units; each unit has its own en-suite bathroom. Each floor has its own common area and balcony, which are there for members to share and enjoy.
Spencer House has been working together in partnership with other community agencies, in particular Reconnect, COTA and CAMH. Currently, the Reconnect Team supports the six members living at Spencer House. Members are between the ages of 20 to 53 years old, are males and females.