This CAMH document looks at the importance of supportive housing in client recovery. What type of housing do clients want? This study examines the lived experience of clients who are currently living in supportive housing after a hospital stay. The document also includes housing policy recommendations. October 2012.
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Produced by the Centre Francophone de Toronto, this guide lists all the services that are available to Toronto’s Francophone community. To obtain a copy of the guide, contact the Centre Francophone:
22 College Street
Toronto ON M5G 1K3
(Corner of College and Yonge streets - College subway station)
Tel.: 416 922-2672
Fax: 416 922-6624
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