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Intermediate Support

Helping our clients live independently with weekly support

Intermediate support housing provides our clients with weekly, ongoing support in their own home or a LOFT-owned-and-operated apartment building or shared home. These options are ideal for clients who prefer or are ready for independent living. We also offer ongoing support to clients living in their own housing.

Access Our Services

Our services can be accessed through a referral system, based on location. If you are in Toronto or York Region, apply using the buttons below. The application form is available online or on paper. Our Simcoe/Muskoka Region services are available by referral only through our hospital and shelter partners.

For our Behavioural Support Services and Integrated Psychogeriatric Outreach (IPOP) programs, we invite you to contact our BSO Central Access at 1-844-798-6920 to learn more and begin the referral process.

Permanent Housing

Many of our clients do not have access to stable, permanent housing aligned with the support they need to live with dignity, successfully in the community. We help our clients gain housing based on their needs and remain independent in homes of their own, for as long as possible. We provide each client with the individualized support they need to thrive.

Toronto, York Region, Simcoe/Muskoka

Seniors, Adults

Assisted Living

Many older adults and seniors want to live safely on their own but still require support with activities of daily living. Our assisted living services for high-risk seniors enable clients to enjoy their own space in an apartment or group home environment.

We help people coordinate services from other social service and healthcare providers, connect with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, manage their medications, and organize escorts to appointments as required.

Toronto, York Region, Simcoe/Muskoka

Seniors, Adults

Transitional Age Youth Housing Services

Shared supportive housing is available for young people with mental illness and addiction challenges, usually between the ages of 16 and 26 and in some cases up to 29. These young people receive specialized, recovery-focused care while they are in school or work. Integral to long term recovery, we help build a support system with their family and friends.

Toronto, York Region, Simcoe/Muskoka


Other Housing Services