The Community Support and Intervention Program (CSI) is a relationship based mental health outreach program for young adults (16-24) involved with the justice system. The program provides assessment, intense short term case management, support and informal counselling to young adults experiencing significant challenges with their mental health. Using a recovery approach, the program aims to connect young adults to community resources, to improve their overall functioning and bridge services for clients facing the additional challenges of navigating mental health issues and the justice system.
Youth and young adults 16-24 years of age, must reside in the city of Toronto, and experiencing mental health issues that impact their daily functioning.
How Do I Access This Service?
Referrals for this program are generally made through the courts. We also accept referrals from professionals, parents/caregivers, and other agencies, as well as self-referrals from youth and young adults. Please complete the New Outlook Referral Form or contact Rosemary de Simas at firstname.lastname@example.org, (416) 9242100 ext. 255.