Providing a short-term, safe and supportive environment
Safe Beds Program
Safe Bed crisis support
is a short-term residential crisis support service which includes crisis support, case management, supportive housing and court support. This service is offerered to clients sixteen years and older who are developing unstable addictions, concurrent disorders, mental health symptoms (ie: relapse/crisis episode) who may also have come into conflict with the law.
help when someone needs it most
As part of the provincial diversion and service enhancement strategy this program is designed to divert (pre & post-charge) clients with clinical needs in actual or emergent addiction & or mental health crisis away from the criminal justice and hospital based systems.
Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation Services
Is it right for me?
This treatment is designed for male and female Ontarians aged 16 and over with a long history of severe and persistent co-occurring addiction and mental health problems, including court-mandated individuals and clients usually refused admission to other programs because of psychotropic medication use. Typically, clients have multiple, complex clinical/social, and other related needs, which often remains unmet through programs of lesser intensity and structure, such as Day treatment.
What is involved in this treatment program?
This is an intensive, structured 28 day live-in treatment, recovery, housing and support in a therapeutic community environment, designed for (but not exclusively) hard-to-treat populations with a history of severe and persistent co-occurring addiction and mental health problems. Through a holistic approach, client progress is intensely monitored and services include individual & group counseling, educational sessions, interactive workshops, peer support, life skills training and discharge planning/preparation for reintegration to home and family, school/work/life, and/or referral to longer-term treatment and rehabilitation.
What Drives Us
To provide timely, flexible, integrated and tailored addiction treatment services which respect individual choice while ensuring client safety , the integrity of the programs and of the system.
Community Safety and Well Being Plan
“To achieve the ideal state of a sustainable community where everyone is safe, has a sense of belonging, opportunities to participate, access to services and where individuals can meet their needs for education, health care, food, housing, income and social and cultural expression”