Baldwin Housing and Community Support Program

Promotes independence in living and self-determination in decision-making for individuals with serious mental illness. 

  • provides supportive housing to assist people with mental health issues to live independently in the community
  • develops skills in the areas of: cooking, cleaning, laundry, budgeting, communications, work habits, social skills, community involvement, problem solving etc.
Organizations that offer this Service
Canadian Mental Health Association
Sites that offer this Service
Bay Street Residence
Hess Street Residence

Open to Hamilton residents age 16 and older with serious mental illness who don't require 24-hour support. All residents must have a clinical support system such as a doctor, psychiatrist, or social worker, and those with a history of drug/alcohol abuse must be involved in a recognized treatment program.

Areas Served
Application Instructions

Referrals are accepted from medical professionals, social service agencies, family members, and self-referrals.

Last Full Update
August 14, 2023