The Toronto Mental Health and Justice Network is a network of service providers that serve the consumer/survivor population across Toronto. The goal of this initiative is to prevent and reduce contact with the criminal justice system by providing services to persons living with serious mental illness.
The network serves anyone aged 16 or older with a serious mental illness who has or is at significant risk of current involvement with the criminal justice system.
The Toronto Mental Health and Justice Network offers a variety of services and supports throughout Toronto. Participation in the services is voluntary. We encourage you to contact the service closest to the person requiring assistance.
Aimed at preventing situations that might lead to arrest.
Sound Times Support Services 416-979-1700
Fred Victor Centre
COTA Health 416-514-1425
CMHA Toronto 416-458-9466
West Toronto Reconnect Mental Health Services 416-248-2050
City-Widefor Youth age 16-24 CTYS, New Outlook 416-504-6100
Mental Health Court Support and Diversion Services
Aimed at facilitating court diversions and reducing risk of future involvement with the criminal justice system for individuals with mental illness currently before the courts.
1911 Eglinton Ave East416-285-4177Finch West Court (Etobicoke)CMHA Toronto
2201 Finch Ave West416-745-5775
North York Court COTA Health
1000 Finch Ave West 416-667-0933
Old City Hall Court CRCT
60 Queen St. West 416-364-8394 ext. 21
College Park Court CRCT
60 Queen St. West 416-482-4103 ext. 381
Aimed at transitioning persons with mental illness who are in jail to the community to reduce risk of future involvement with the criminal justice system.
Toronto East Detention Centre The Scarborough Hospital 416-431-8230
Probation and Parole Riverdale Office Sound Times Support Services 416-979-1700
Probation and Parole
Yonge St. Office CRCT 416-364-8394 ext. 21
Aimed at providing support to people with mental illness in contact with the criminal justice system in the community. Services include intensive community support, specialized supports for individuals with dual diagnosis (mental illness and developmental disability), and specialized supports for individuals with concurrent disorders (mental illness and substance use issues).
Intensive Community Supports
South Toronto Old City Hall Court
CRCT 416-364-8394 ext. 21
North Toronto North York General Hospital
Adult Mental Health Case Management Program 416-632-8701
East Toronto Scarborough Court CMHA Toronto 416-285-4177
West Toronto Finch West (Etobicoke) Court CMHA Toronto 416-745-5775
Specialized Supports for Individuals with Dual Diagnosis
(mental illness and developmental disability)
COTA Health Case Management (city-wide)
Dual Diagnosis 416-785-9230
CTYS, New Outlook (city-wide) Transitional-aged youth (age 16-24) 416-924-2100
Reconnect Mental Health Services (West Toronto) Partnered with The Jean Tweed Centre 416-248-2050
All services are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in partnership with the Ministry of the Attorney-General, the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Renewal.
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