St Leonard's Place Peel

Contact Information
Office Phone Main Desk 905-457-3611 ext 300
Fax Rotary Resolve House and Administration 905-457-4064
Sir Robert Williams House 905-457-2314
Richard and Joan Brown Home 905-457-2397
E-Mail info@slpp.ca
Website www.stleonardsplace.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/stleonardsplacepeel
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/StLeonardsPeel
Primary Contact Linda Laraia, Executive Assistant; Phone: 905-457-3611 ext 229; Email: lindal@slpp.ca
Alternate Contact Ann-Marie Morris, Communications Coordinator and Fundraising; Phone: 905-457-3611 ext 222; Email: annmariem@slpp.cas
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Housing, social, and rehabilitation services in 3 residences (Sir Robert Williams House, Rotary Resolve House, and the Richard and Joan Brown Home)
Legal Status (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Primary Executive Shelly Redman, Executive Director; Phone: 905-457-3611 ext 235; Email: shellyr@slpp.ca
Alternate Executive Tasha Williams, Director of Operations and Strategic Initiatives; Phone: 905-457-3611 ext 225; Email: tashaw@slpp.ca
Funding United Way - Peel Region
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Residential
Community Residential Facility -- Reintegration Program (CRF) offers case management and correctional planning in a supportive living environment for men transitioning from federal correctional facilities * must show a commitment to living a pro-social and law-abiding lifestyle

New Leaf Program -- supportive housing for men coming off the streets or overcoming situations of homelessness due to acute mental illness and/or substance abuse * must show a reasonable level of stabilization in their recovery journey and readiness to live a substance-free lifestyle

Graduate Program - by internal referral for clients 50 years or older who have successfully transitioned from the other programs * residency as a graduate builds the capacity of men advanced in age to eventually live independently in the broader community

Housing Access Retention Program (HARP) -- housing retention program providing outreach services and housing supports to homeless men, or men who are at risk of becoming homeless * housing search assistance, advocacy and landlord support, time limited intervention or rent supplements,

Supports for residents include * meals * Financial Literacy and Meaningful Employment Program helps clients determine their capacities, goals, and professional objectives with assistance in connecting to employers and one-on-one counselling sessions to strengthen financial literacy * Life skills program * Recreational therapy for residents * capacity building for family members
Hours Residential Care Mon-Sun 24 hours
Areas Served Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Toronto ; York Region
Boundaries Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
 
Federal parolees and individuals with a history of homelessness and mental illness
Application Residential application forms on website * self-referral or by service providers or Correctional Services of Canada
Languages English
Fees Service - monthly fee that covers their room and board * covered by Correctional Service of Canada for federal parolees
Site Information
Located In Community Brampton
Address & Map
1105 Queen St E
Brampton, ON L6T 4E2
 
View Google Map
Intersection Queen St E and Dixie Rd
Mailing Address c/o Linda Laraia 
PO Box 2607 
Station B 
Brampton, ON L6T 5M6
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Housing / Shelter
HCSD Sub Heading Supportive Housing ; Transitional Housing
Service Categories Ex-Offender Halfway Houses ~ Men ; Supportive Housing for Homeless People

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