Using compassionate harm reduction approaches, the program supports clients to reach their health and wellness goals. We focus on possibilities rather than constraints to provide tailored care within the context of people’s lives, choices, communities and circumstances. Our approach recognizes a person’s physical, mental, cultural and social well-being as fundamental components of wellness, and we work with clients to identify and intervene with emerging health issues.

Incoming clients register through a meaningful intake process and are continuously supported throughout their time in the program.


  • Require services of an interdisciplinary team: nurses, social workers, case managers, recreational therapists, registered massage therapists, physiotherapists, mental health clinician
  • May have multiple comorbidities including substance use, physical and/or mental health concerns that impact functioning and coping with daily life
  • Interest and willingness to engage in programming and set goals
  • Able to participate in group/community environment
  • Able to travel to Casey House
  • 18 years or older


  • Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. access to an interdisciplinary clinical team, with some appointments available until 8 p.m.
  • Nursing clinic
  • Supervised consumption services (SCS), including inhalation 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Watch a video tour
  • Social work services
  • Massage therapy
  • Recreational therapy
  • Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • Midday hot meal to nourish, build trust and increase social connection

For inquiries, call intake line at

416.962.7600 ext. 8000

Together, the client and clinical team members identify group and individual activities that best meet the client’s health-related goals in the areas of:

  • Mental well-being and substance use
  • Physical and long-term health
  • Social, economic and environmental factors that determine health and well-being
  • Connection and collaboration