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ABI Supportive Housing Collegeview Site

Cota’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) services include a supportive housing program located at an apartment in downtown Toronto. This program provides rent-geared-to-income accommodation and supports. The program can accommodate up to 16 residents. Each resident lives in a bachelor apartment and shares a communal kitchen with other residents. The goal of the program is to assist residents with activities of daily living and other individual goals so that they can maintain their housing and lead productive lives within the community. Many of our residents have jobs, do volunteer work and/or attend day programs.

Services Offered

Cota provides on-site support seven days per week in the day and evening. Security is on-site seven nights per week. Our staff work collaboratively with residents, their families, the landlord and other clinicians, as appropriate, to assist residents to:

  •     Develop an individual safety and housing support plan
  •     Maintain their housing stability and a healthy housing environment
  •     Acquire and/or maintain the skills necessary for daily living
  •     Participate in health promotion and community development activities such as tenant meetings, structured educational events and social activities
  •     Resolve situational problems/disputes
  •     Link to other desired community services/supports, as needed
  •     Achieve/maintain optimum health and wellness
  •     Pursue personal recovery

All apartment units are rent-geared-to-income and are operated by the Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC).

Services Available To

Men and women 16-64 years of age or older living with an acquired brain injury who are able to live relatively independently in the community and safely in relation to the level of on-site supports available.


Downtown Toronto

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