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Welcome to the official website of the Salvation Army Homestead.

The Salvation Army Homestead exists to serve women who want to experience recovery from substance use. Our mission is to provide effective treatment and support so that women can heal in body, mind and spirit.

Our treatment options are:

Pre-treatment support, group and individual counselling, anger management, relapse prevention, aftercare, information and referrals are included. Our programs are holistic and abstinence-based. Women being treated with methadone or suboxone and women with concurrent disorders are welcome. Our staff will support you in your journey of recovery and self-empowerment, in an atmosphere of acceptance, warmth and safety. The Homestead programs are ideal if you are looking for a longer term treatment option that gives you structure and flexibility, a wide variety of learning opportunities and time to practice your new skills, and a holistic approach that takes into account your physical, spiritual and emotional needs and your personal goals. The Homestead programs are open to women from all over Ontario.

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Community Based Treatment Groups for women and men in the heart of Scarborough Recovery Counselling for addictions and concurrent disorders is available to women or men in gender-specific groups and individually through our Scarborough office located at 2085 Ellesmere Road. Please call 416-431-4379 to arrange an appointment to discuss your needs. We are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care through the Central East Local Health Integration Network, The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal, and donations from caring people and organizations. There is no charge for our programs. All you need is an Ontario Health Card. We welcome clients who have a variety of special needs. Please contact us to discuss how we can support you on your journey toward health and wholeness.