Broadview Village – The Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army
Broadview Village

Broadview Village is a Ministry Unit of The Salvation Army providing supports and services across the Greater Toronto Area for adults with developmental disabilities and/or struggling with mental health challenges, through Housing, Residential, Day Supports and Spiritual Care. Our goal is to build bridges in our community and help those we support penetrate barriers and reach their goals.

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National Day of Mourning

April 28th is the National Day of Mourning, also known as Workers' Mourning Day.

It commemorates workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness due to workplace related hazards and occupational exposures

Workers' Memorial Day originated in 1983 when Colin Lambert and Ray Sentes, inspired by a firefighter's funeral procession, sought recognition for workers who died on the job. They garnered support from unions like the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Canadian Labour Congress. Over 100 countries now observe similar days. Young workers aged 15 to 24 face the highest risk of workplace injury, with males twice as likely to be injured as females. Construction and hospitality industries report the highest injury rates, prompting specific laws in many provinces to address these concerns.

December 18, 2023

Dear Staff, Residents, Participants, Clients, Families and Friends of Broadview Village,

As many of you may be aware, the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) was on site a couple of weeks ago conducting their annual compliance review. This process involves an inspector from the Ministry reviewing paper/electronic files related to the care of the people we support, as well as a series of in-person inspections and on site touring of our homes and day programs in order to ensure that our practice is in line with the over 350 compliance standards.

I am very pleased to say that we were graded successfully in all but one standard, which was the result of a typo on a single report. This non-compliance has been corrected and so we are fully compliant with all MCCSS standards yet again this year.  In response, Joanne Tilley – Divisional Social Services Secretary said:

Please extend my thanks and congratulations to the team at Broadview for the excellent compliance results. They have worked so hard to achieve this under difficult circumstances.  I am very proud to be associated with such a dedicated, committed group of people who serve and care for the residents we serve every day.”

This very positive result was only possible through the hard work of our front-line staff, our managers, our Quality department and our senior leadership team. Together these groups of committed individuals have ensured that our ongoing practice has been conducted to the highest standard. I want to formally thank everyone for their hard work and dedication and to congratulate all on what is a most impressive result.

Arthur (Art) Mathews
Executive Director
The Salvation Army – Broadview Village and London Village

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What we do

Building Bridges in Our Community

Building Bridges in Our Com-

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Day Program Services offers opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities and/or dual diagnosis to develop Social, Communication and Life Skills as well as engagement in our community.

Broadview Village provides programs with low stress and structured environments where individuals can develop social and work skills as well as real work opportunities to prepare for return to competitive employment.

With housing supports through Booth Supportive Services and both congregate living settings and supported independent living programs in established communities in the Greater Toronto Area, Broadview Village is committed to assisting those we support to optimize their abilities and quality of life to pursue their goals and personal dreams.

Broadview Village strives to support spiritual care for all persons. This support is extended to all residents/participants as well as the significant people in their lives, our staff and volunteers.

Broadview Village Connects

Residents in Group Homes
Day Program Participants
People in Supported Living
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