Case Management

Case Management Integrated Service Teams (ISTs) Cota’s Integrated Service Teams (ISTs) are multidisciplinary teams that provide case management services to multiple target populations within defined geographic catchment areas (LHIN sub-regions). Presently, Cota’s ISTs offer services in following LHIN sub-regions: North York IST, Scarborough IST, Toronto West IST: Toronto West and Toronto Mid-West Sub-Regions, and Toronto… Continue Reading Case Management

Day Programs

Day Programs Acquired Brain Injury Adult Day Program at Providence Healthcare Acquired Brain Injury Day Program at Providence Healthcare Cota’s ABI Adult Day Service program offers a variety of creative group sessions for adults 16-64 years of age living in the City of Toronto. Groups rotate every 12-16 weeks and sessions are available Monday to… Continue Reading Day Programs

Diversion Services for Emergency Departments

Diversion Services for Emergency Departments Access to Resources and Community Supports (ARCS) ARCS provides short-term case management to adults (16 years+). This short-term service includes an assessment of need, mental health education to clients and caregivers, direct support and linking to other community supports and primary care. This service is available to individuals who have… Continue Reading Diversion Services for Emergency Departments

Interdisciplinary Teams

Interdisciplinary Teams Keys to Recovery Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team Cota’s ACT team provides support to adults (18+ years) who are homeless in the City of Toronto and are living with a serious mental illness. Based on a Housing First model of service, this interdisciplinary team works with individuals to find safe and affordable housing… Continue Reading Interdisciplinary Teams

Quality of Care Oversight and Service Coordination

Quality of Care Oversight and Service Coordination Specialized Care Program Cota’s Specialized Care Program provides case management services to young adults who: 1) have a developmental disability, 2) live in fee-for-service residential care settings, and 3) have completed service delivery through the Special Needs Team at Skylark. The program offers case management services to clients… Continue Reading Quality of Care Oversight and Service Coordination

Site Support Services

Site Support Services Boarding Home Site Support Cota’s Boarding Home Site Support program assigns teams of service providers to support tenants within the Habitat Services boarding home system and to some apartments and co-op settings operated by Mainstay Housing. The teams visit sites on a regular basis to provide support to the tenants who live… Continue Reading Site Support Services

Supportive Housing / Housing with Supports

Supportive Housing / Housing with Supports Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Supportive Housing – Collegeview Site (Residential) Collegeview program provides rent-geared-to-income accommodation within a Toronto Community Housing building in downtown Toronto and dedicated 24/7 on-site Cota support to 20 residents who are living with an acquired brain injury. The goal of the program is to support… Continue Reading Supportive Housing / Housing with Supports

Short-Term Accommodation with Supports

Short-Term Accommodations with Supports Safe Beds at Bailey House Cota operates two (2) Safe Beds at our Bailey House location in Parkdale. This service offers free, safe, temporary accommodation (up to six months) with meals (three per day) and access to on-site Cota supports for adult men (16+ years) living with serious mental health challenges… Continue Reading Short-Term Accommodation with Supports

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