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 full closures 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 Broadview Village Enrichment Program (BVEP) provides access to community participation supports for individuals with a developmental disability in a day program setting.
As resources are available, and pending community needs/enrollment, BVEP offers Saturday programs as well as Summer Respite.
Community Engagement & Pre-Employment (CEPE) Program serves individuals with developmental disabilities and those with co-existing mental health challenges who have higher learning needs. Often, these individuals are not work ready but would like to participate in their community and develop their social and life skills.
The Transitional Employment Program (TEP) is a vocational program for people coping with mental health challenges.
The People Learning Useful Skills (P.L.U.S.) Program is a community-based program providing opportunities to develop Vocational, Social and Life skills for people coping with mental health challenges.
The Affirmative Business is a Packaging and Light Assembly Business that supports individuals who are transitioning from the P.L.U.S. Program and CEPE Program who are ready for competitive employment: Real Work for Real Pay.
Broadview Village supports adults 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.
Booth Supportive Services provides wrap-around case management supports to clients to become stably housed, remain housed, and work towards recovery. The case management model that the program draws on is Critical Time Intervention (CTI). The program is geared towards those with a mental health/addictions diagnosis, are +18, have a history of chronic homelessness, and housing has been recently secured.
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.
We are staying safe and social distancing doesn’t mean we can’t be busy.
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