Forensic Supportive Housing – FSHP

About The Program

The Forensic Supportive Housing Program (FSHP) provides supportive housing to individuals living with serious mental illness, who have been found Not Criminally Responsible (NCR), and who are under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Review Board (ORB). FSHP also provides intensive case management services with a focus on recovery, independence, skill building, and risk management, and also works with clients to promote community, client, and staff safety. 

This community-based program is one of the final stages in the continuum of care within Forensic Services at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Toronto. The program focuses on supporting clients as they move towards full community reintegration. 

Who's It For

Individuals living with serious mental illness and who are under the Ontario Review Board as a result of being found Not Criminally Responsible (NCR).

How IT Works

Referrals are made directly from CMHA Toronto’s Transitional Rehabilitation Housing Programs  (TRHP 1 and TRHP 2). These programs are a partnership with CAMH’s Forensic Outpatient Services.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who is the Forensic Supportive Housing Program for?

The program serves individuals living with serious mental illness and who are under the Ontario Review Board (ORB) as a result of being found Not Criminally Responsible (NCR).

What areas does the program serve?

The city of Toronto.

How do I access the program?

Referrals are made directly from CMHA Toronto’s Transitional Rehabilitation Housing Programs  (TRHP 1 and TRHP 2). These programs are a partnership with CAMH’s Forensic Outpatient Services.

Contact Us

West Office
700 Lawrence Ave W,
Suite #480 Toronto,
ON M6A 3B4

East Office
1200 Markham Rd,
Suite #500 Scarborough,
ON M1H 3C3

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