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Organization: St Leonard's Place  
Phone Numbers: Main Desk: 905-457-3611 ext 300
TTY: 905-457-6650 * 905-457-6722
Fax: 905-457-4604
Email: info@slpp.ca
Website: www.stleonardsplace.com
Address:
1105 Queen St E
Brampton, ON
L6T 4E2
Intersection: West Dr and Queen St E
Location: Brampton (Queen St Corridor)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Residential Care: Daily 24 hours
Executives: Shelly Redman, - Executive Director
905-457-3611 ext 235 * shellyr@slpp.ca
Public Contacts: Ann-Marie Morris - Communications Coordinator
905-457-3611 ext 238
Linda Laraia - Executive Assistant
905-457-3611 ext 229 * lindal@slpp.ca
Service Description: Community agency offering support to males who have had conflict with the law, and males who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness and have mental health challenges and /or problems with addiction

Programs and services:
  • Residential Programs-New Leaf Program:
  • Residential Programs-Reintegration / Community Residential Facility Program
  • Recreational Therapy Program
  • Employment Program
  • Life Skills Program
  • Meal Program
  • Support Program
  • Family Support
  • Speaker's Bureau Program

Fees: Residential services are charged via social benefit guidelines and based upon a rent geared to income (RGI) model for those in the New Leaf and RRH programs. Room and board for federal parolees is administered via Correctional Service Canada
Application: Admission to St Leonard's Place Peel is gained through a review of an applicant's suitability by the Community Assessment Team for federal parolees. The admission process for those interested in the New Leaf Program is managed by the New Leaf intake team
Eligibility / Target Population: Ages: 18 year(s) and up Men who have experienced homelessness, serious mental illness, substance abuse and/or those who have been in conflict with the justice system
Languages: English
Area Served:
Greater Toronto Area  
See Also: Criminal Justice Outreach
Housing and Residential Care for People with Addictions
Housing and Residential Care for People with Mental Illness
Meal Delivery Services

This information was last completely updated on December 28, 2018

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? 2018, Central West Local Health Integration Network

Updated December 28, 2018
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"About Us"
SLPP provides community-based residential support for men over 16 years of age who have significant mental health and substance abuse problems, as well as those who’ve had involvement with the justice system.