Broadview Village – The Salvation Army

Broadview Village Main House

About Us

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.

Latest News

New from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services

There's a new way for families to apply for two direct funding programs that provide support for families of children and youth with special needs: the Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD) and Special Services at Home (SSAH) programs.

Effective April 29, 2022, the ministry will be offering an online application form for these two programs that can be used by all families, and agencies that support families, to apply for these programs.

The online application forms are available on the program page of each program by clicking the links below:

✳️ ACSD: https://www.ontario.ca/page/assistance-children-severe-disabilities-program
✳️ SSAH: https://www.ontario.ca/page/special-services-home

Now Introducing

bird logo for Presence to Participation

We are excited to introduce our new Webinar series entitled: Presence to Participation: The Spirit is not Disabled. Each webinar will focus on experts in the field of disability ministry, from both outside and internally to the Salvation Army, from around the world. We will also hear from those who have personal lived experience with disability as well as open up the discussion to hear from those who are attending.

Major Shelley Kerr (Divisional Headquarters, Bermuda) and Major Christine Johnston (Broadview Village) have both been involved in ministry with people with disabilities for a few years. They have both come to recognize that people with disability, who are often seen as those with needs actually have much to offer our faith communities. Throughout the past few years Shelley and Christine both have developed a growing passion to see all people, regardless of their ability, fully engaged in our Corps and other ministry units. In Christine’s own life experience, she has discovered that her disabilities may cause some limitations and challenges but they are also a gift of God that allow her to minister effectively and often from a unique standpoint.

 

Presence to Participation

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Upcoming Cultural Celebrations and Significant Dates

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What we do

Building Bridges in Our Community

Building Bridges in Our Com-
munity

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Residents of group home cheering with service worker

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

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