LOFT Community Services promote recovery and independence for people with complex challenges, including serious mental health difficulties, dementia, substance use issues, physical health challenges and homelessness or the risk of becoming homeless since 1953.
LOFT’s senior directors are experts in community-based mental health care. They are available for comment on treatment, education, and public policy issues concerning severe mental health illnesses, recovery for individuals struggling with substance abuse, and supportive housing for those facing homelessness or in a precarious housing situation.
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The Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA) sets out rules for the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information. These rules apply to all health information custodians operating within the province of Ontario and to individuals and organizations that receive personal health information from health information custodians.
As per the PHIPA requirements, LOFT Community Services cannot disclose any information about its clients, in oral or written format, that could identify them.