Promoting health and wellbeing for caregivers through individual counselling and group support.
Eligibility: Caregivers supporting a family member, partner or friend/neighbour living with dementia or other physical, mental, or developmental issues. Client (caregiver client or their care recipient) resides in East Toronto: Yonge St. to Rouge River and Eglinton Ave. to Lake Shore Blvd. Exceptions can be made, please inquire.
Delivery: 1:1 appointments with caregivers can be done in person, in East Toronto catchment, or over the phone/virtually, anywhere. The Breathing Space group sessions are offered virtually or by phone.
The Caregiver Support & Wellness program is designed for individuals caring for a family member, partner or friend living with dementia or other physical, mental, or developmental issues.
Our clinical counsellors provide one-on-one counselling to help caregivers problem solve, prevent burnout and improve their health and wellbeing. The support group offers a safe space for caregivers to share their experiences and learn from one another.
Caregivers supporting a family member, partner or friend/neighbour living with dementia or other physical, mental, or developmental issues. Client (caregiver client or their care recipient) resides in East Toronto: Yonge St. to Rouge River and Eglinton Ave. to Lake Shore Blvd. Exceptions can be made, please inquire.
Services pour les enfants ayant une déficience intellectuelle
WoodGreen soutient les enfants qui vivent avec une déficience intellectuelle, ainsi que leurs familles, afin qu’ils aient de possibilités significatives pour s’épanouir, prospérer et tisser des liens avec leurs communautés.
Ce programme est actuellement disponible en ligne et/ou par téléphone.
Offert aux enfants de moins de 18 ans ayant une déficience intellectuelle
Operated in partnership with Fife House, this site has 112 mixed units and offers supportive housing for Fife House clients living with HIV/AIDS and frail seniors receiving WoodGreen assisted living services. It also hosts an 11-unit transitional housing program for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and working toward permanent housing.
These programs offer individual, clinical supports to people aged 55 and older living with mental health and/or substance use issues, cognitive issues (i.e. dementia), frailty, and other psychogeriatric conditions related to the aging process.
A transitional housing program for men 55+ with a history of homelessness and mental health or addictions issues. We provide safe housing and wrap-around supports to help clients build new skills and recreate a sense of community.
In person, virtual, on the phone
Men 55+ who have experienced mental health or substance use issues, street involvement, homelessness and unstable housing
WoodGreen’s registered social workers and staff offer free single session counselling to address issues such as anxiety, depression, anger management and relationship challenges, and discuss strategies for positive change.
We offer clinical and therapeutic counselling, case management and group support services to individuals experiencing mental health, substance use and other challenges. Longer-term services (up to two years) are available, depending on client needs.
In-person, virtual, on the phone
Age 16+ with mental health and/or addiction issues
Comprehensive Care and Integration Specialist (CCIS) Team
Our team of clinical social workers provide a comprehensive approach to care for clients with complex health and psychosocial needs. We work to fill the gaps in care by connecting clients to essential services, coordinating follow-up care, and providing case management and counselling.