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Organization: Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP)  
Phone Numbers: Central Intake: 905-795-8742
Fax: 905-795-1129
969 Derry Rd E, Unit 107
Mississauga, ON
L5T 2J7
Intersection: Tomken Rd and Derry Rd E
Location: Mississauga (Northeast)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Laurie Ridler - Chief Executive Officer
Janice Peters - Chief Operating Officer
Public Contacts: Lesley Nagoda - Director of Operations
Sharon Fernandes - Executive Assistant
Service Description: Community based mental health and supportive housing services for men and women who have an identified psychiatric illness, enabling them to live independently in the community

Programs and Services:
  • Central Intake and Assessment-single point of access for all applications and information 
  • Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACTT)
  • Angela's Place 20-unit transitional housing support program for families experiencing homeless
  • Early Intervention
  • Problematic Substance Use (PSU)-support for marginalized populations
  • Assisted Living-Program in partnership with Dufferin County, allows proactive support to frail seniors who want to continue living independently (Program covers Dufferin County)
  • High Support Program-provides tenants with Healthy Housing™ accommodations, access to recreational activities and transportation, and 24/7 individualized support
  • Peer Support Initiatives-offer employment and training opportunities for clients
  • Peel Youth Village (PYV)-multipurpose building offering residential program, transitional housing and support services for youth
  • Recovery Residences-Parsons Place in Brampton and Hammond House in Mississauga
  • Integrated Seniors Team Program-promotes seniors’ health and wellness in North Brampton area
  • Housing Services-provided affordable housing to clients
  • In-Sted (In-Short Term Emergency Diversion)-In-STED team members provide services, supports and linkages to other community-based services by working collaboratively with community partners
  • Short Stay Crisis Support Program (SSCS)-program responds to the intensive support needs of individuals with mental illness in a crisis situation

Services and Programs:
  • Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACTT)
  • Assisted Living - Dufferin County
  • Behaviour Support Ontario – Crisis Support
  • Case Management - Dufferin County
  • Central Intake
  • Early Intervention - Dufferin County
  • Early Intervention Peel
  • High Support Program
  • Housing First - Dufferin County
  • Housing in Place (HIP)
  • Housing Services
  • In-STEAD (In-Short Term Emergency Diversion) - Dufferin County and Peel Region
  • Integrated Seniors Team Program
  • Mental Health Consultation - Dufferin County
  • Nance Horwood Place
  • Peer Support Initiatives - DC Cleaning
  • Poverty Reduction Project - Dufferin County
  • Problematic Substance Use (PSU)
  • Recovery Residence-Parsons Place - Brampton
  • Residential Multi-Service Team (RMST)
  • Short Stay Crisis Support Program (SSCS)-Brampton
  • Supportive Housing - Dufferin County
  • The Coffee Hub - Orangeville

Fees: None
Application: Self referral or by family member or professional
Languages: English
Area Served:
Toronto (Etobicoke), Dufferin County, and Peel Region  
See Also: Community Mental Health Programs
Housing and Residential Care for People with Mental Illness
Mental Health for Children and Youth
Mental Health for Seniors
Mental Health Peer and Family Programs
Mental Health Promotion

This information was last completely updated on December 12, 2018

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Updated December 12, 2018
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"About Us"
SHIP Mission: To optimize quality of life for individuals with mental illness through housing and community-based services SHIP provides a variety of community based mental health and supportive housing services for men and women who have an identified psychiatric illness, enabling them to live independently in the community in an atmosphere of support, co-operation, understanding and affordability