In response to the shifting routines in our community and world-wide prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a temporary suspension of some of our supports and a gradual reopening of others. Things may seem different in this moment, but our mission remains the same.
Our main concern at this time is to ensure that we continue to provide the best support possible for the people we serve, while continuing to follow directives from our Provincial Government and following guidelines set out by the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Health.
The Salvation Army Broadview Village supports people with a development disability in established communities within the Greater Toronto Area. The homes are a place for life-long living, learning, skill development and developing social relationships.
With 14 homes (and growing!) Residents live life and participate in house routines and activities. Each person is supported through an Individual Support Plan (ISP), that articulates goals set by residents and focused on maximizing opportunities for personal growth. Staff of the home are committed to assisting the residents to optimize their abilities, quality of life and pursue their goals and personal dreams.
To provide, develop and support access to the most appropriate living arrangements,
To encourage and facilitate the development of personal social networks,
To create an accepting living atmosphere where learning can take place,
To support each resident to become less dependent on others,
To assist individuals in making personal goals.
Booth Supportive Services provides support and services to people who struggle with homelessness, mental health disorders and/or addictions with the goal of keeping them housed, holistically healthy and connected with their communities and resources.
The program is unique in that it provides transitional /temporary intensive case management to the people we support.
Our staff are tasked to work with and alongside clients in the community so that they can develop the skills and support networks needed to regain their lives and live independently in a healthy and safe manner within a two year timeframe with aftercare follow up thereafter.