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WoodGreen values our staff and clients tremendously.

Mental Health and Addictions

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According to Health Canada, one in five Ontarians will experience mental illness in their lifetime. Our Mental Health and Addictions team is here to support adults, families and seniors to live independently and improve the quality of their daily lives. Please call our Central Intake team for information about our programs and services.

416-572-3575 or cccentralintake@woodgreen.org.
Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

 

Services

Program
Description
Caregiver Support and Wellness Registered Social Workers work with caregivers both individually and/or in groups to discuss ideas on how to enhance their everyday wellbeing as a caregiver. This can include exploring self-care strategies, engaging in creative activities, and connecting with other caregivers and community resources.
Counselling and Support Services Registered Social Workers provide counselling, psychotherapy and support services to individuals 16 years of age and older who are experiencing problems with mental health issues, substance use, and other difficulties in their lives.
First Step to Home First Step to Home is transitional housing program for men 55 years and up who have been street involved, experiencing mental health and/or addictions issues.
Primary Care at Home Clinical Social Workers are part of an interdisciplinary team with a physician and nurse to support residents in the Oakridge community. Assessment, case management support and counselling are provided to help adults, seniors, their families/caregivers to develop the skills
Social Work and Full Circle Registered Social Workers work with older adults and seniors, their families and caregivers to develop the skills and abilities to function independently, through counselling and case management. Registered Social Workers also offer support groups for caregivers or bereaved persons.
Streets to Homes Social Workers provide counselling, case management and programming for residents who have been street involved. Referrals for building vacancies are through City of Toronto Streets to Homes program.
Toronto Seniors Helpline and Seniors Crisis Services Initiative Free, telephone-based, non-medical crisis response to older adults, seniors, and/or their caregivers in distress. Services include emotional support, supportive counselling, crisis de-escalation, safety/risk assessments and connection to services. Crisis Workers provide response to seniors who have suspected or diagnosed mental health and/or addictions, including dementia. Click here to learn more.
Walk-in Counselling Single session counselling on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings to address a wide range of concerns, such as anxiety, depression, trouble with anger, difficulties at work or school, relationship issues, parenting concerns and other issues. View our program flyer to learn more information. FAQ