There are a number of options available in Waterloo Region for individuals looking for housing with supports for problematic substance use.

House of Friendship

House of Friendship offers  Addiction and Mental Health Supportive Housing Program (ASH)  specifically for people with problematic substance use who are involved in or have completed an addiction treatment program, and who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or are considered inadequately housed. Permanent and transitional housing are offered. Call Here 24/7  at 1-844-437-3247 for more information.

Thresholds Homes and Supports

Thresholds Homes and Supports is a recovery-oriented, community-integrated agency that focuses on improved quality of life and enhanced independence for people experiencing mental health issues by providing access to affordable housing and flexible, individualized supports. Thresholds has partnered with House of Friendship, Stonehenge Therapeutic Community and the Canadian Mental Health Association Waterloo Wellington to offer supportive housing for individuals who use substances. Please call 519-742-3191 for more information. To request service please contact Here 24/7 at 1-844-437-3247.

The Cambridge Shelter Corporation

The Cambridge Shelter Corporation provides the Sober Living Homes - stable, abstinence-based, residential community environments for those who are waiting to attend residential rehabilitation treatment, or returning to the community after graduating from a recognized residential rehabilitation treatment program. The Sober Living Homes are built on the fundamental belief that residents are served best when provided with the tools necessary to live successful, independent lives, both in and out of treatment.  Staff create an atmosphere that inspires continued recovery, and encourages residents to build on their education, obtain and maintain employment, and restore relationships. For information about the Sober Living Homes, contact 519-624-9990.


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