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Offered in Wiarton
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce - Wiarton
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton for adults with serious mental illness. It serves as the site for various social recreational rehabilitation services as well as for educational activities and outreach services from the Consumer/Survivor Development Project. Participants are required to behave in a way that does not compromise the safety of other participants or interfere with their enjoyment of program activities. The program offers some evening and weekend services on a variable basis, depending on program resources. Specific details about activities and hours can be obtained from the Green House Coordinator. Average program length is variable and long-term.

Offered in Wiarton
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce - Wiarton
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton for adults with serious mental illness. It serves as the site for various social recreational rehabilitation services as well as for educational activities and outreach services from the Consumer/Survivor Development Project. Participants are required to behave in a way that does not compromise the safety of other participants or interfere with their enjoyment of program activities. The program offers some evening and weekend services on a variable basis, depending on program resources. Specific details about activities and hours can be obtained from the Green House Coordinator. Average program length is variable and long-term.

Offered in Wiarton
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce - Wiarton
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton for adults with serious mental illness. It serves as the site for various social recreational rehabilitation services as well as for educational activities and outreach services from the Consumer/Survivor Development Project. Participants are required to behave in a way that does not compromise the safety of other participants or interfere with their enjoyment of program activities. The program offers some evening and weekend services on a variable basis, depending on program resources. Specific details about activities and hours can be obtained from the Green House Coordinator. Average program length is variable and long-term.

Offered in Wiarton
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce - Wiarton
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton for adults with serious mental illness. It serves as the site for various social recreational rehabilitation services as well as for educational activities and outreach services from the Consumer/Survivor Development Project. Participants are required to behave in a way that does not compromise the safety of other participants or interfere with their enjoyment of program activities. The program offers some evening and weekend services on a variable basis, depending on program resources. Specific details about activities and hours can be obtained from the Green House Coordinator. Average program length is variable and long-term.

Offered in Wiarton
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce - Wiarton
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Grey Bruce
Social Rehabilitation/Recreation
The Green House is a drop-in program in Wiarton for adults with serious mental illness. It serves as the site for various social recreational rehabilitation services as well as for educational activities and outreach services from the Consumer/Survivor Development Project. Participants are required to behave in a way that does not compromise the safety of other participants or interfere with their enjoyment of program activities. The program offers some evening and weekend services on a variable basis, depending on program resources. Specific details about activities and hours can be obtained from the Green House Coordinator. Average program length is variable and long-term.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health
We provide intensive Case Management services to people with severe mental illness aged 16 or older living in St. Thomas or Elgin County who need help working on skills for living independently. This service is provided through our main office in St. Thomas and through satellite offices positioned in the east and west of the County. Case Managers provide advocacy and one-to-one help and support to people learning how to live with and manage their mental health. Case managers can assist with improving relationships, budgeting, vocational goals, finding housing, and accessing addictions or other support services. Services are client-directed and are based on individual need. Services are provided using a psychosocial rehabilitation model focused on recovery.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Homes for Special Care
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO) is a recovery-oriented person-centred supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness who may require 24 hour supportive care. The program is intended to assist tenants by providing appropriate housing and support services to achieve and maintain housing stability that is safe and affordable. The program provides access to both in-home and community support services designed to improve and/or stabilize people’s physical and mental health, foster independence, and promote participation and integration into the community. Services are flexible, reflecting the unique and changing needs of the individuals served. Following a recovery model, the CHO home environment empowers clients to be active participants in their own planning and ensures their opportunity to make individual choices. The program offers opportunities for tenants to enhance the quality of their daily living, their personal growth and development, and to improve life skills through participation in a variety of activities and programs. To apply for the CHO program, please complete our CHO Application and fax to 519-631-8273. If you need help in completing the form, please call our main office at 519-633-1781 or toll-free at 1-855-633-1781 and ask to speak to the Housing Case Manager.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Homes for Special Care
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO) is a recovery-oriented person-centred supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness who may require 24 hour supportive care. The program is intended to assist tenants by providing appropriate housing and support services to achieve and maintain housing stability that is safe and affordable. The program provides access to both in-home and community support services designed to improve and/or stabilize people’s physical and mental health, foster independence, and promote participation and integration into the community. Services are flexible, reflecting the unique and changing needs of the individuals served. Following a recovery model, the CHO home environment empowers clients to be active participants in their own planning and ensures their opportunity to make individual choices. The program offers opportunities for tenants to enhance the quality of their daily living, their personal growth and development, and to improve life skills through participation in a variety of activities and programs. To apply for the CHO program, please complete our CHO Application and fax to 519-631-8273. If you need help in completing the form, please call our main office at 519-633-1781 or toll-free at 1-855-633-1781 and ask to speak to the Housing Case Manager.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Homes for Special Care
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO) is a recovery-oriented person-centred supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness who may require 24 hour supportive care. The program is intended to assist tenants by providing appropriate housing and support services to achieve and maintain housing stability that is safe and affordable. The program provides access to both in-home and community support services designed to improve and/or stabilize people’s physical and mental health, foster independence, and promote participation and integration into the community. Services are flexible, reflecting the unique and changing needs of the individuals served. Following a recovery model, the CHO home environment empowers clients to be active participants in their own planning and ensures their opportunity to make individual choices. The program offers opportunities for tenants to enhance the quality of their daily living, their personal growth and development, and to improve life skills through participation in a variety of activities and programs. To apply for the CHO program, please complete our CHO Application and fax to 519-631-8273. If you need help in completing the form, please call our main office at 519-633-1781 or toll-free at 1-855-633-1781 and ask to speak to the Housing Case Manager.

Offered in St. Thomas
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Elgin Branch - St. Thomas - 112 Centre Street
A service of Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addictions and Mental Health Services
Homes for Special Care
Community Homes for Opportunity (CHO) is a recovery-oriented person-centred supportive housing program for people with serious mental illness who may require 24 hour supportive care. The program is intended to assist tenants by providing appropriate housing and support services to achieve and maintain housing stability that is safe and affordable. The program provides access to both in-home and community support services designed to improve and/or stabilize people’s physical and mental health, foster independence, and promote participation and integration into the community. Services are flexible, reflecting the unique and changing needs of the individuals served. Following a recovery model, the CHO home environment empowers clients to be active participants in their own planning and ensures their opportunity to make individual choices. The program offers opportunities for tenants to enhance the quality of their daily living, their personal growth and development, and to improve life skills through participation in a variety of activities and programs. To apply for the CHO program, please complete our CHO Application and fax to 519-631-8273. If you need help in completing the form, please call our main office at 519-633-1781 or toll-free at 1-855-633-1781 and ask to speak to the Housing Case Manager.
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