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Canadian Mental Health Association - Kenora Branch - Supportive Housing Programs


CMHA branches are open but many are offering alternative service delivery at this time
Service delivery may be provided:
  • in person
  • by phone 
or in the following virtual ways:
  • PCVC - Personal computer video conferencing
  • OTN - Ontario Telemedicine Network
  • ZOOM -  Video/web conferencing platform
Please note: CMHA branch offerings are subject to change in response to the ongoing developments of COVID-19. The website below will reflect the most accurate and current information.

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Kenora Supportive Housing

Provides safe and affordable long-term housing and short-term respite housing to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness
  • Manages a rental unit (rent geared to income) for short or long stays
  • Offers case management services
Short Term Housing
  • Provides short term housing on an as-needed basis
  • Offers a respite time for the caregivers of individual with mental health issues
Long Term Housing
  • Assists in securing and maintaining long term housing
  • Provides a rental unit with 24 hour staff supervision
  • Offers assistance with medication management, housework and small indoor maintenance tasks
Rent Supplement Programs
  • Mental Health and Addictions Rent Supplements - available to individuals with mental illness and/or problematic substance abuse who are homeless or at risk of homelessness 
  • Mental Health and Justice Rent Supplements - available to individuals with mental illness involved with the criminal justice system through mental health court diversion or on release from a provincial correctional facility
Safe Bed Program
  • Provides persons 16 years of age and older who are in mental health and addiction crisis and in contact with law enforcement with a short stay of 30 days, and 24/7 community residential crisis support services


  • Intake assessment required
  • Referrals can be made by anyone


  • Low income individuals 16 years of age and older and
  • Have been diagnosed with serious and persistent mental health issues and are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless
  • Must be able to pay the required rent

Long Term Housing: Individual must be participating in a case management program

Rent Supplement Programs: Prioritization for accessing rent supplement programs is determined using the Vulnerability Index - Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool

Safe Bed program: Individuals in contact with law enforcement and experiencing a mental health crisis


Physical Access

Fully Accessible


Service - Rent (geared to income)