CMHA-Oxford offers long- and short-term housing options for Oxford County residents. Our Supportive Housing Program provides housing for people dealing with mental illness or homelessness.
CMHA-Oxford owns and operates 3 houses throughout Oxford County with a total capacity for 13 residents; (Woodstock -7, Tillsonburg – 6). These houses provide low support, permanent, independent living accommodation for individuals with a serious mental illness. In addition to the community houses, we offer 56 individual apartment units for those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to a serious mental illness.
Wilson House is a transitional eight-bed, co-ed housing program for individuals with a diagnosed serious mental illness. Case Management support is offered to individuals to work towards their personal recovery goals and returning to independent living. Residents have the opportunity to participate in social recreation, life skills coaching, and psychoeducational programming which is located in the home as well as with various community partners.
Homelessness Initiative Program
CMHA provides rent subsidies and housing support to individuals who are homeless or who are at risk of homelessness. The goal of the housing program is to provide safe, affordable, permanent housing options.