Progress Place

Record Details
Alternate Name Clubhouse ; Double Recovery Program ; Senior's Mental Health Day Program ; Warm Line
Office Phone 416-323-0223
After Hours Phone Warm Line 416-960-9276 or 416-960-WARM ; Warm Line Text 647-557-5882
Fax 416-323-9843
E-Mail theclub@progressplace.org
Website www.progressplace.org
Primary Contact Robyn Evans, Clubhouse Manager; Email: revans@progressplace.org
Alternate Contact Ali McGrath, Intake Worker; Email: amcgrath@progressplace.org
Primary Executive Criss Habal-Brosek, Executive Director; Phone: 416-323-0223 ext 241; Email: chabalbrosek@progressplace.org
Alternate Executive Nivedita Balachandran, Support Services Manager; Email: nbalachandran@progressplace.org
Description (Service) Community-based psychosocial rehabilitation centre, based on the clubhouse approach

The Clubhouse -- members attend the Clubhouse to begin recovery from serious mental illness * members participate in work-focused activity units including clerical, maintenance, food services * peer and staff support * evening, weekend and holiday social and recreation activities * also social and recreation opportunities for young adults, such as podcasts, social media, spoken word

Warm Line, 416-960-9276 -- peer support telephone line operated by and for consumers/survivors, including text format * online chat also available, visit www.warmline.ca for information

Double Recovery Program -- self-help meetings for individuals with concurrent disorders of mental illness and addictions * meetings held at various downtown locations

Employment Program -- part time employment in the community for Clubhouse members, at competitive wages * group, transitional and independent employment opportunities * staff support as required

Residential Services -- affordable housing for Clubhouse members * flexible as-needed support in bachelor and one bedroom apartments

Participates in Senior's Corner Mental Health Day Program at St James Town Community Corner, 200 Wellesley St E, 416-458-9616, nkhandaker@progressplace.org; and in Weston Mount Dennis Community Place Hub, 1765 Weston Rd, 416-323-1429, khaji@progressplace.org (see separate entry)
Hours Mon-Fri 8 am-8 pm * Sat-Sun, holidays 11 am-8 pm * Warm Line -- call, text or chat Mon-Sun 8 pm-12 midnight, including holidays
Areas Served Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region
Boundaries City of Toronto * Warm Line -- Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
 
Adults 18 years and older with significant mental health challenges
Application Membership required (except for Warm Line) * professional or self referral * intake interview * supportive housing -- apply through Access Point, call 1-888-640-1934 or visit www.theaccesspoint.ca to complete application

Warm Line -- call 416-960-9276 or text 647-557-5882 * visit website for information on telephone, text and chat services
Languages English ; French - Reception, Interpretation, Publications ; Chinese (Cantonese) - Interpretation ; Chinese (Mandarin) - Interpretation ; Other languages may be available - call for details
Fees None
Located In Community Toronto Downtown Central
Address & Map
576 Church St
Toronto, ON M4Y 2E3
 
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Intersection Church St and Wellesley St E
Physical Access Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Street parking close to entrance
Service Categories Mental Health Hotlines ; Mental Health Related Support Groups ~ Concurrent Disorder ; Psychiatric Rehabilitation

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