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Organization: LOFT Community Services  
Phone Numbers: 416-979-1994
Fax: 416-979-3028
15 Toronto St, 9th Fl
Toronto, ON
M5C 2E3
Intersection: Church St and King St E
Location: Toronto (Church-Yonge Corridor)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Executives: Terry McCullum - Chief Executive Officer
416-979-1994 ext 223
Jim Nason - Director of Operations
416-979-1994 ext 234 *
Service Description: Serving individuals 16 and older with complex needs including mental health, addiction, cognitive and physical health challenges, social isolation, homelessness and poverty * services include supportive housing, community support and outreach, case management, care coordination and system navigation * see branch listings for details

Shelter, outreach and support to vulnerable and homeless people * focus on people with mental health and addiction challenges or with a history of homelessness

Supports for older adults, and adults with disabilities * helps people remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible * referral to other community services
416 Community Support for Women - Drop-in crisis centre * mental health case management and crisis intervention * recreation and craft activities * daily breakfast 8:30-10 am, and lunch 12 noon-1:30 pm * telephone * medical clinic -- Tuesday, Thursday afternoons * outreach services including substance abuse support * liaison with other community agencies and government services
416 Drop-In Centre - Case Management/Supportive Counselling & Services - Mental Health - The 416 Drop-In Centre provides support and services to women dealing with mental health issues who are homeless, under-housed, street-involved, dually diagnosed, and socially isolated. The program offers case management services to access community services through a coordinated and holistic approach. The 416 is known for working with women whom other agencies find very difficult to serve. The program also offers a trustee program to help clients with money management. Model of service is recovery.
416 Drop-In Centre - Counselling and Treatment - Toronto - Dundas Street - The 416 Drop-In Centre provides support and services to women dealing with mental health issues who are homeless, street-involved, dually diagnosed, and socially isolated. The program also offers a medical component which includes two family physicians, a chiropodist and a half-time staff nurse attending to various medical and psychiatric concerns. Program capacity is 40 clients per day. Model of service is medical. Average length of stay is ongoing.
416 Drop-In Centre - Crisis Intervention - Staff are available to provide crisis intervention and prevention support. Individual and group counselling available. Model of service is recovery.
416 Drop-In Centre - Social Rehabilitation/Recreation - Drop-in services include: breakfast and lunch daily, food bank once per week, clothing, telephone/fax/e-mail services, showers and tub facilities, washrooms, laundry, ID Clinic, social/recreational activities, addiction counselling, referrals to community service. Model of service is recovery.
Crosslinks Street Outreach and Services Network - A comprehensive and coordinated network of services for those experiencing homelessness and those at risk of becoming homeless * a van travels a regular route throughout York Region and makes appointments to see people in their community by a phone call or text message
Ingles Housing and Support Services - Provides community support and supportive housing to transitional aged youth women (aged 16-26) who have addiction issues * housing is abstinent- based * community support is for young women who are at any place on their recovery journey (i.e. using or not)

Fees: Varies per program
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility / Target Population: Transitional age youth (16 to 26), adults and older adults needing social and emotional supports
Languages: English
Language Notes: Services in client's first language might be available upon request
Area Served:
Toronto, York Region and South Simcoe County  
See Also: Alcohol and Drug Addiction Assessment and Treatment
Community Mental Health Programs
Housing and Residential Care for People with Addictions
Housing and Residential Care for People with Mental Illness
Life Skills for People with Disabilities
Street Outreach

This information was last completely updated on August 3, 2017

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