Discover the diverse, vibrant & welcoming houses that make up the fabric of our community

Embracing a client-centered harm reduction approach, our inclusive and non-denominational services welcome individuals aged 18 and above, providing support for mental health challenges compounded by addiction, trauma, and/or homelessness, with a special emphasis on creating a safe and supportive space for the LGBTQ2+ community.

We prioritize psychoeducation and advocacy, incorporating motivational interviewing, age-specific appointments, and engaging activities like art expression, journal writing, basketball, yoga, and Zumba classes. Emphasizing preventative care, we recognize the stability challenges our residents face, ensuring the security of their spaces during hospitalization or relapse, with a strict policy against on-site alcohol, cannabis, or drug use.

Our residents enjoy a comprehensive care package, including clothing, toiletries, hygiene products, furnished living spaces, bedding, coffee cards, bus tickets, daily meals, snacks, access to a food pantry, and packed lunches for those attending day programs.

Support includes accompaniment to appointments, an in-house case worker, access to laundry facilities and computers, on-site services like a hairdresser and podiatrist, and legal assistance if required. Residents are expected to embrace a community living environment and adhere to a Code de Vie.

Our Main House

Our Main House is our flagship residence at Hadley Community. It offers a supportive environment for individuals facing mental health challenges and homelessness. Here, residents find not just shelter, but a nurturing community that promotes healing, resilience, and a path to stability.

We are currently accepting clients for our waitlist.

Our dedicated in-house support, available daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., includes medication distribution.

Enjoy community spaces, a fully-equipped kitchen, computer access, laundry facilities, game room, exercise equipment, and intervention support. With three daily meals plus snacks provided, full mobility is essential for participation.

John's House

“…Thank you for your kindness, your time and consideration, for all you have done for me…
K.L who moved to autonomous housing in Sept 2021

11 private rooms in a newly renovated building for men (approx. 20-35 years of age) who struggle with homelessness mental health issues, addiction and trauma. Located at 1222 Seymour Ave. Focus on support, empowerment and encouragement for reintegration and to circumvent long term homelessness.     

Opportunities for work, volunteering, “Smart Recovery” and the “Next Step” program which provide tools for more independent living when the participant is ready.

Client must have some capacity to maintain their space, their personal hygiene,

Clients must have full mobility.

Medication is supervised by staff (if needed)

3 Meals provided + snacks

In house support 8 a.m-7 pm

All included: $800.00 per month

Anne's House Studio Apartments

“Safe, Secure, welcoming”

28 private studio apartments with individual bathrooms, Community spaces, art room, computer access, camera security, Zen Den relaxation room

In house support daily from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

This is a project in conjunction with OMHM (therefore the women pay 25% their revenue).

Have any questions? Speak with a Jennifer Willard 514 933-6916 ext. 218

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