Toronto Housing and Homeless Supports also manages social purpose businesses and other services that help shelter residents transition into their own housing.
Causeway is a Christ-focused initiative of The Salvation Army. It intentionally connects members of local churches with people who were recently homeless but are beginning a new life in a neighborhood. The purpose is to build unlikely yet mutually beneficial friendships. Learn more
Gateway Linens is an industrial laundry business designed to help our friends on the street reintegrate into the workforce. This social enterprise enrolls five individuals from our shelters at a time who we walk alongside for up to 12 months, helping and encouraging them to overcome the barriers they face to employment.
Booth Supportive Services provides wrap-around case management supports to clients to become stably housed, remain housed, and work towards recovery. The case management model that the program draws on is Critical Time Intervention (CTI). The program is geared towards those with a mental health/addictions diagnosis, are +18, have a history of chronic homelessness, and housing has been recently secured. Learn more