GROW is a recovery program that promotes wellness and community integration. We can help you to learn new skills, live well and find new and rewarding opportunities in leisure and a healthy lifestyle.
Life, Love, and Relationships for Young Adults – The P.E.E.R.S Program
ICMH knows the crucial role that early and active engagement in psychosocial rehabilitation (PSR) can play in an individual’s recovery, and we have developed our PEERS Program specifically to meet the needs of young adults recovering from mental illness.
NetWorks Employment Solutions
We believe that you can work when you have a mental illness. We offer a supported Employment Program that serves people who are experiencing barriers to employment as a result of mental illness or addictions. No groups, no workshops, just one on one support to get you where you want to go with your employment.
At ICMH our experience has shown us that people with a mental illness can participate fully in taking training or any kind of education and for many a return to school can be an important part of the process of recovery.
Bridge Centre (Build Respect, Inspire Dreams, Gain Energy)
The BRIDGE Centre is an activity-based program for people with a mental illness and cognitive challenges, held three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) at our Skinner Street location.
Seniors’ Support Network
The Seniors’ Support Network has provided a great program of activities for seniors with a mental health since 1982. It is a fantastic place to connect with others, and build social support networks, try something different and meet others.
Residential Licensed Care
Our housing program offers various, affordable housing for individuals and families. These programs are designed for persons with disabilities and families with limited income. We also have three residential group homes, providing 24 hour a day care and support for people with severe mental illness, McCauley Lodge, Greenridge Place and Eagle Rock Heights.