Bellwoods offers clients non-medical support services, accommodation, and independent living education through a spectrum of services that include Supportive Housing, Personal Support (Attendant Outreach Services), Transition Programs and a variety of educational services and activities.
Bellwoods provides both permanent supportive housing and transitional (short term) accommodations. Bellwoods also provides personal support services to people living in the community and at eight housing sites in the City of Toronto. Our supportive housing programs are provided at two dedicated supportive housing projects owned and operated by Bellwoods [located at 300 Shaw Street and 1082 Dundas], and provides services and programs in six additional integrated apartment settings.
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Bellwoods has been delivering various types of transition programs and services for several years. Today, Transition Programs offered by Bellwoods include: Community Connect (CC) Program, Centralized Referral Management Team, Housing with Layered Supports (HLS) and Mobile Independent Living Education (MILE) Program.
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Centralized Referral Management
The Short-Term Transitional Care Models (STTCM) pilot project was launched in Fall of 2017 by the Toronto Central LHIN and funded by the Ministry of Health to support the transition of patients from hospital to the community who are ALC or who are at high risk of becoming ALC without additional resources and supports. The initiatives are needs based, time limited and with no additional fee for the programs.
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How to Apply
More information on the application process for our Programs and Services.
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Our Commitment to Our Clients
Bellwoods recognizes and promotes the rights and responsibilities of clients and staff in accordance with the Client Bill of Rights. Click here to read more about Clients’ Bill of Rights.