Beverley House

Our second location Beverley House, opened in 2002 under the Phase 1 Homelessness Initiative and is a supported licensed rooming house for women who have a history of homelessness and serious mental health challenges.  Applicants to the program must be eligible for Ontario Disability Support or Ontario Works.  Staff are  on site for 24 hours. This program was designed for women who need a lot of day to day support to live successfully in the community.  Meals are prepared for residents, staff assist residents with medication and laundry, and CCAC, (Community Care Access Centre), is accessed if personal care is required.  There is common space and residents also have their own private bedrooms.  The closest intersection is College and Spadina.

Applicants must:

  • be women and over 16 years of age
  • have a recent history of homelessness
  • have severe and persistent mental health issues
  • be willing to participate in a rehabilitation and recovery-focused program
  • be able to thrive in a congregate living situation
  • require the degree of support offered by the program
  • require assistance with daily living skills
  • require assistance with medication
  • benefit from a meal program
  • be able to climb stairs, ( not wheelchair accessible)
  • be able to exit the house in case of emergency

Note:  pets are not allowed