A Place to Call Home

Everyone deserves to have a place to call home. If you’re looking for supportive housing, The Access Point should be your first stop. Just one application will give you access to a number of housing options.

For more ways to access housing, check out some of the options below:

  • Wilkinson Housing and Support Services, for men and women aged 16-64, can be reached through The Access Point.
  • McEwan Housing and Support Services, for men and women over the age of 16 who are living with HIV/AIDS, can be applied for by filling out this application form and sending it to the contact on the form.
  • Beverly Lodge, for boys aged 14-18, can only be access by referral from professionals or schools.
  • Other peer support housing programs for all ages and genders can be reached through The Access Point.

If you’re in the CAMH Drug Treatment Court program, you can access Drug Treatment Court Transitional Housing, offered through the Mental Health and Justice Initiative.

To access the respite services at The Sherbourne High-Support Site, please fill out this application form.

Anyone can refer a client or self-refer.