Adult Residential Programs

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405 Dundas St
London, ON
N6B 1V9
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519-850-3777
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Fax: 519-451-1066
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Services: Daily 24 hours
Last updated: Oct 19, 2021: Suggest an edit

Application

Referral required

Eligibility - Population(s) Served

Adults involved with corrections, the forensic health care system, or with mental health challenges

Fees

Free

Languages

English

Language Note

Interpretation services available upon request

Area(s) Served

London and area

Accessibility

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Description of Services:

Offers short- and long-term adult residential programs tailored to the unique needs of the men and women that we serve * Community Residential Facilities (CRFs, also known as “half-way houses”) provide a chance for people to make the transition from a correctional facility to the community * for the highest degree of safety and respect for our residents and our community people must follow well-defined rules and guidelines

Some facilities offer spaces for people dealing with mental health challenges, those who have had experience with the forensic mental health system, or who may be on probation with complex or unique needs


Service and programs:

  • CK Clarke Centre Community Residential Facility - six-bed residence providing support to adults who are or have been involved with the forensic mental health system
  • Cody Centre - 21-bed community residential facility that provides 24 hour supervision and support to adult male residents serving federal sentences in the community
  • Gallagher Centre - 16 bed residential community facility that supports populations who demonstrate higher needs and experience complex challenges
  • Maison Louise Arbour - eight-bed female community residential facility which supports women over the age of 18 who are transitioning from the federal or provincial justice systems or who require mental health support for up to 30 days in one of our crisis beds
  • Reintegration Services - works with people (both male and female) over the age of 18 who have a confirmed or suspected mental health diagnosis and who are involved in the justice system
Last updated: Oct 19, 2021: Suggest an edit
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