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|[http://www.homewood.org/healthcentre/main.php?tID=1&lID=4 Homewood Health Centre Program for Traumatic Stress Recovery (PTSR)], Guelph, Ontario. Based on the Sandra Bloom/"Sanctuary" model
|[http://www.homewood.org/healthcentre/main.php?tID=1&lID=4 Homewood Health Centre Program for Traumatic Stress Recovery (PTSR)], Guelph, Ontario. Based on the Sandra Bloom/"Sanctuary" model
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|[http://www.newleaf.ca/ New Leaf], Queensville, Ontaria. "We are a rural therapeutic community for dual-diagnosed adults. Our residents must be clinically diagnosed as developmentally disabled. They are also diagnosed as having other problem(s), e.g., psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, physical or social, which would, and do, preclude their admittance to the “usual” group homes for the developmentally disabled. That is: New Leaf is not meant for everyone but provides an alternative for those disabled who, because they cannot comply with, or fit, the expectations of most group homes, are in danger of being moved from home to home or perhaps institutionalized."  
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|'''[http://www.bloomingacres.com Blooming Acres]''': Hard-to-place neuropsychiatric special populations with multiple and complex special needs, including autism spectrum disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and psychiatric disorders.
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*[http://www.bloomingacres.com Blooming Acres]
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::Minesing, Ontario
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*[http://www.bloomingacres.com Blooming Acres Snow Valley Lodge]
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::Springwater, Ontario (outside Barrie)
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[http://www.newleaf.ca/ New Leaf], Queensville, Ontaria. "We are a rural therapeutic community for dual-diagnosed adults. Our residents must be clinically diagnosed as developmentally disabled. They are also diagnosed as having other problem(s), e.g., psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, physical or social, which would, and do, preclude their admittance to the “usual” group homes for the developmentally disabled. That is: New Leaf is not meant for everyone but provides an alternative for those disabled who, because they cannot comply with, or fit, the expectations of most group homes, are in danger of being moved from home to home or perhaps institutionalized."  

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AREA OF WORK: COMMUNITIES [and Organizational Affiliation, if any]:


Mental Health
(see also "Special Populations" below)
Homewood Health Centre Program for Traumatic Stress Recovery (PTSR), Guelph, Ontario. Based on the Sandra Bloom/"Sanctuary" model


Prison/ Forensic units L'établissement Leclerc, Quebec. "L'établissement offre le programme ÉCHO (Effort, communication, honnêteté et orientation), sous forme de communauté thérapeutique, aux détenus ayant une forte dépendance aux drogues et à l'alcool."

Robert Street Residence "A Place of Transition", Hamilton, Ontario. A facility of the St. Leonards Society of Hamilton, largely funded by Correctional Service Canada. "This facility provides programs to individuals paroled to the community by virtue of conditional releases from federal penitentiaries...Insofar as prison environments by their very nature are regressive, we characterize our goal as facilitating transition from a maladaptive way of reasoning and behaving, to positive community standards and socially acceptable behaviours."


Addictions Charlford House, Burnaby , BC (women)

Emerald Street Treatment Center, Hamilton, Ontaria. A facility of the St. Leonards Society of Hamilton, largely funded by Correctional Service Canada)

Harvest House, Ontario

Nanaimo Transition Housing Program, Nanaimo, British Columbia. "Safe, affordable, supportive housing for adult men recovering from addiction (post treatment). A therapeutic community model."

The Orchard Recovery and Addiction Treatment Center, Brown Island, British Columbia

Stonehenge Therapeutic Community, Guelph, Ontario

The Last Door Recovery Society, New Westminster, British Columbia


Children/ Young People Cornerstone Youth Services, Hamilton, Ontario


Special Populations Blooming Acres: Hard-to-place neuropsychiatric special populations with multiple and complex special needs, including autism spectrum disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and psychiatric disorders.
Minesing, Ontario
Tel: (705) 733-8785
Email: info@bloomingacres.com
Springwater, Ontario (outside Barrie)
Email: info@bloomingacres.com


New Leaf, Queensville, Ontaria. "We are a rural therapeutic community for dual-diagnosed adults. Our residents must be clinically diagnosed as developmentally disabled. They are also diagnosed as having other problem(s), e.g., psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, physical or social, which would, and do, preclude their admittance to the “usual” group homes for the developmentally disabled. That is: New Leaf is not meant for everyone but provides an alternative for those disabled who, because they cannot comply with, or fit, the expectations of most group homes, are in danger of being moved from home to home or perhaps institutionalized."


Providence Farm, British Columbia. "We are a working organic farm with an important mandate. We provide innovative programs for people with barriers to education and employment through Horticultural Therapy and vocational training"

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Self help groups/ communities **


Still to be placed above, or

Other

Welcome Home, Vancouver, British Columbia. ("an abstinence-based residential treatment center for 19 - 40 year old troubled men and women. Whether the trouble is substance abuse, difficulties with the law, dysfunctional behavior, or a need to escape an abusive environment...the place to turn that troubled life around.")

Intensive Therapeutic Community Healing Project, Aboriginal Healing Project, Kwanlin Dun First Nation

Dr. Peter Center, for people with HIV/AIDS


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