Ontario is ensuring that supportive housing and mental health services continue to be provided to those who need them.
The province will help to support the At Home/Chez Soi project in order to maintain 216 supportive housing units and support services for 240 people living with mental illness. The four-year research project, led by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, is focused on reducing the growing number of homeless people affected by a mental illness. At Home/Chez Soi provides formerly homeless Ontarians with mental illness with access to independent housing through rent subsidies and mental health supports.
Ontario's comprehensive Mental Health and Addictions Strategy is focused on providing the right mental health care at the right time in the right place, and is part of The Way Forward in building a strong economy and a fair society for the benefit of all.
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