Sudbury / Manitoulin Resources

Shelter Programs
  • Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury / Manitoulin 
    • LOCATION
      • 200 Larch St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1C5
        • Monday to Sunday, 10 pm – 8 am 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Emergency Shelter 
        • Low-Barrier Emergency Overnight Shelter 
        • Capacity of 30
        • Water and Snacks 
        • Individuals:
          • Men, Women and Unidentified Individuals
          • Aged 18+ 
  • The Salvation Army 
    • LOCATION
      • 261 Cedar St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 1M8
        • Monday to Sunday, 24 hours
        • Office: Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm  
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Cedar Place Emergency Shelter 
        • Emergency Shelter Services for Women / Families with Children  
        • Meals 
        • Advocacy, Referral and Community Support
        • Individuals:
          • Women (ages 20+) 
          • Mothers with Children
          • Experiencing absolute homelessness 
          • Walk-in Applications 
  • Elizabeth Fry Society 
    • LOCATION
      • 288 Kingsmount Blvd Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1K9
        • Monday to Sunday, 9 pm – 8 am   
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Safe Harbour House Program  
        • Low-Barrier Overnight Shelter 
        • Capacity of 9 
        • No drug or alcohol use allowed inside; individuals under the influence are not turned away from the premises 
        • Individuals:
          • Women and Gender Diverse individuals  
  • St. Leonard’s Society of Sudbury  
    • LOCATION
      • 238 Larch Street Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 1M1  
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Larch Halfway House   
        • Transitional residence for male offenders 
        • 24/hour supervision 
        • Structure, support and education 
        • Two locations:
          • Larch Street – Capacity of 11 
          • Red Cross House – Capacity of 8 
        • Individuals:
          • Male Offenders serving a Conditional Release
          • Referrals from any source required
          • Documentation may be required 
  • YWCA SUDBURY 
    • LOCATION
      • 370 St Raphael St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 4K7
        • Monday to Sunday, 24 hours 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Genevra House Shelter   
        • Women’s emergency shelter 
        • Crisis intervention, counseling, referrals 
        • Safety Planning and Advocacy 
        • Individuals:
          • Women with / without children, experiencing domestic abuse 
          • Women 50 or older experiencing abuse from a caregiver 
          • Call to apply 
      • Brookwood Apartments    
        • Rent-Geared-to-Income apartment building
        • Geneva House programs and services
          • Capacity of 10 
        • Individuals:
          • Women and Children, victims of abuse
          • Call to apply  
Addiction & Harm Reduction
  • Health Sciences North 
    • LOCATION
      • 127 Cedar St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1B1
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm  
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Outpatient Addictions and Gambling Services    
        • Individual / Group Counseling
        • Outpatient Treatment Services 
        • Individuals:
          • Youth, Adults / Family Members 
          • Struggling with Drug, Alcohol or Gambling Addiction
          • Referral required; self-referral, referral from family members, referral from healthcare providers  
          • Valid Ontario Health Card required 
  • Monarch Recovery Services  
    • LOCATION
      • 402 Brady St E Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 2P6
        • Intake: Monday to Friday, 9 am – 5 pm  
        • Residential Services: Monday to Sunday, 24 hours  
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Men’s Recovery Home   
        • Residential Recovery Program
        • Referrals, Education, Support
        • Required Participation with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
        • Individual / Group Counseling  
        • Individuals:
          • Men (aged 16+) struggling with substance abuse 
          • Referral Form Online or Completed Intake via Phone  
      • Women’s Treatment Program 
        • Residential Program / Day Treatment Program
        • 5 – Week Long 
        • Individual / Group Counseling
        • Education, Support 
        • Individuals:
          • Women (aged 16+) with self-reported substance use issues 
          • Referral Form Online or Completed Intake via Phone 
          • Referrals accepted from either self, family, and other agencies 
          • Completion of Pre-Treatment Package 
      • Aboriginal Aftercare Program (KWE – Keeping Women Empowered) 
        • Aftercare support services for Indigenous comes
        • Counseling and Support provided by an Aboriginal Aftercare / Primary Counseling 
        • Maximum of 2 years program 
      • Women’s Aftercare Services
        • Residential Or Outpatient Aftercare program 
        • Holistic 
        • Individual Counseling and Outpatient Services
        • Transitional housing (4 – 8 months) with rent geared-to-income 
        • Individuals:
          • (Outpatient Program)
            • Women (aged 16+) who have completed treatment program / recovery home program
            • Referral Form Online or Completed Intake via Phone 
          • (Long-Term Residential Program)
            • Women (aged 18+) 
            • 21 days alcohol free / 28 days drug free
            • Completed a program for substance abuse 
            • Referral Form Online or Completed Intake via Phone 
  • Applegrove Medical Clinic   
    • LOCATION
      • 135 Applegrove St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 1N2
        • Hours unlisted   
    • CONTACT
      • LOCAL: (705) 673-3111
      • FAX: +1 (705) 669-0499 
    • SERVICE:
      • Methadone Maintenance Program    
        • Methadone Maintenance Program, 12 – 24 months
        • Individual and Group Therapy
        • Regular daily Methadone dosing
        • Healthcare and Aftercare Program  
        • Individuals:
          • Individuals (aged 16+) struggling with opiate addiction 
          • Intake assessment required 
          • Valid health care required 
  • Northwood Medical Clinics   
    • LOCATION
      • 80 Elm St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 1T2
        • Monday, 8 am – 6 pm 
        • Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 am – 5 pm    
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Northwood Recovery Program     
        • Methadone Maintenance Program, 12 – 24 months
        • Alternative Suboxone Treatment Program 
        • Regular daily Methadone dosing
        • Healthcare and Aftercare Program
        • Addiction Counseling   
        • Individuals:
          • Individuals (aged 16+) struggling with opiate addiction 
          • Apply via call or in-person 
          • Referrals can be made by healthcare professional 
          • Valid health care required
Mental Health Services
  • Health Sciences North 
    • LOCATION
      • 127 Cedar St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1B1
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm  
    • CONTACT
      • LOCAL: (705) 523-4988 
      • TOLL FREE: +1 (877) 841-1101
      • 24 HOUR CRISIS: (705) 675-4760
      • WEBSITE: https://hsnsudbury.ca/      
    • SERVICE:
      • Crisis Intervention Services    
        • Immediate Crisis Assessment, Intervention, Referrals and Aftercare 
        • Mobile Crisis Team
        • Individuals:
          • Living with mental illness, experiencing distressing feelings and thoughts
          • Mobile Crisis Team only available in Sudbury
          • Call for assistance 
      • Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic     
        • Outpatient Psychiatric Program
        • Follow-up Care
        • Consultations 
        • Individuals:
          • Youth and Adults experiencing psychiatric illness 
          • Adults (aged 18+) must be referred by a healthcare provider 
          • Youth (aged 17 and under) must be referred by a physician and faxed to the clinic 
  • Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury / Manitoulin 
    • LOCATION
      • 200 Larch St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1C5
        • Monday to Sunday, 10 pm – 8 am 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Clinical Program
        • Case Management Services 
        • Support, Education and Advocacy
        • Individuals:
          • Any individual who has been diagnosed with, or has experienced, mental illness 
          • Call for application
Food Services
  • Inner City Home of Sudbury 
    • LOCATION
      • 251 Elm St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 1V5
        • Food Bank – Monday to Friday, 1 pm – 3:45 
        • Office – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food and Toiletries 
        • Perishable and Frozen Food
        • Drop-In Centre
        • Community Resource Education
        • Individuals:
          • In need of food
          • Access the bank once per month
          • No referrals required
          • ID required of all members, as well as proof of income and address  
  • Trinity United Church – Capreol 
    • LOCATION
      • 72 Young St Greater Sudbury, ON, P0M 1H0
        • 3rd Thursday per month, 10 am – Noon   
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • Belonging to Wahnapitae First Nation to the corner of Capreol Rd and Cote St, Hanmer
          • Access the bank once per month
          • ID and proof of address required per visit 
  • Society of Saint Vincent De Paul 
    • LOCATION
      • 69 Highway N Greater Sudbury, ON, P3N 1K6
        • 3rd week per month
        • Wendy’s and Thursday, 10 am – 1 pm    
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • Access the bank monthly 
          • Proof of income / Monthly Expenses required per visit 
  • Good Neighbours Valley East Food Bank 
  • Friendship House
    • LOCATION
      • 100 Gaudette St Greater Sudbury, ON, P0M 1L0
        • Friday, 11:30 – 12:15    
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food
        • Perishable items (when available)  
        • Up to 3 days of supplies 
        • Grocery Store Voucher for new registrants 
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • Visits once per week 
          • ID for every member of the family, proof of residency, and proof of income required upon first registration 
  • Walden Food Bank 
  • Garson Community Food Bank 
  • Better Beginnings Better Futures 
    • LOCATION
      • 450 Morin Ave Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 5H6
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Emergency Food Cupboard  
        • Non-Perishable Food
        • Supply of 24 hours 
        • Toiletries and Bus Tickets upon Request 
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • Residents in the Donovan / Flour Mill area
          • In an emergency need situation
          • Call to request emergency food 
  • Concision Food Bank
    • LOCATION
      • 44 Pine St Sudbury, ON, P0M 1M0
        • Thursday, Noon – 3 pm  
    • CONTACT
      • LOCAL: (705) 694-5050
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food and Toiletries 
        • Perishable and Frozen Food
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • In need of food
          • Access the bank once per month
          • Proof of address and monthly income required per visit 
  • Pregnancy Care Center 
    • LOCATION
      • 1032 LaSalle Blvd Greater Sudbury, ON, P3A 1X9
        • Monday to Thursday, 10 am – 5 pm 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Infant Food Bank 
        • Provision of baby supplies (formula, diapers, wipes, snacks, etc) 
        • Drop-in Centre for those who are pre-registered 
        • Milk Program (provision of 2% milk)  
        • Individuals:
          • Pregnant Women and Parents with Children up to 2 years in age 
          • Registration required
          • Register via phone 
          • Proof of income and ID required
          • Access of twice per month
            • Milk Program may be accessed once per week for expectant mothers and families with children under 2 years 
  • Holy Redeemer Church 
    • LOCATION
      • 1887 Bancroft Dr Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 1S7
        • Thursday, 3 pm – 5 pm 
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank 
        • Non-Perishable Food
        • Perishable Food (when available) 
        • Supply of 3 days 
        • Drop-in Centre 
        • Individuals:
          • Residents in the Minnow Lake area
          • Access once every 30 days 
          • ID and Proof of Address Required
          • Call to request a hamper 
  • Laurentian University 
  • The Salvation Army 
    • LOCATION
      • 634 Notre Dame Ave Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 5L2
        • Monday to Friday, 9:05 am – 12:15 pm 
    • CONTACT
      • LOCAL: (705) 673-5893 , extension 204
      • FAX: +1 (705) 566-5211
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank
        • Emergency Access to Food 
        • Clothing / Toiletries when available 
        • Individuals:
          • Flour Mill / South End Resident
          • Accessible by appointment only 
          • ID for all household members, proof of address and proof of income required every appointment  
  • Grace Family Church 
    • LOCATION
      • 426 Burton Ave Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 4K7
        • Every second Wednesday of the month
        • 2 pm – 3:30 pm  
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Food Bank
        • Access to Food 
        • Individuals:
          • Call to apply
          • ID and Proof of Address required
Income Assistance Programs
  • Homelessness Network
    • LOCATION
      • 307 Cedar St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3B 1M8
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Community Homelessness Prevention Initiative
        • Financial assistance for rental / utility arrears
        • Utility connection fees
        • First / Last Month’s Rent
        • Individuals:
          • Homeless or at risk of homelessness
          • Facing eviction or disconnection
          • Require it assistance seeking new permanent housing
          • Call to begin applying
      • Low-Income Energy Assistance Program
        • Financial Assistance to Individuals
        • $1000 payments towards arrears
        • Up to $1200 payments if the house electrically heated
        • Individuals
          • Low-Income
          • Existing customer of Greater Sudbury Utility
          • In arrears / have a disconnection notice
          • 18+
          • Contact Sophie or Vivian’s at (705) 618-8810
  • Service Canada – Sudbury District
  • SERVICE:
    • Employment Insurance Program
      • Temporary financial assistance
      • Individuals:
        • Unemployed Canadians who lost their job through no fault of their own
        • Temporary financial assistance for individuals who are sick, pregnant, caring for a newborn or adopted child, or caring for a family member who is ill with significant risk of death.
        • Apply online at Service Canada
  • City of Greater Sudbury
    • LOCATION
      • 199 Larch St, 9th Fl Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 5P9
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Ontario Works Program
        • Short-term financial assistance
        • Extended health benefits
        • Support, Assistance and Education
        • Referrals to social programs and support services
        • Individuals:
          • 16 years or older
          • Resident of Ontario
          • In immediate financial need
          • Willing to sign a participation agreement
          • Apply online or by calling / emailing the office
Legal Aid
  • Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury / Manitoulin
    • LOCATION
      • 200 Larch St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1C5
        • Monday to Sunday, 10 pm – 8 am
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Justice Programs
        • Individuals who are involved in the criminal justice system and who are suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues
      • Mental Health Court Outreach
        • Support for individuals in the court system
        • Bail release planning
        • Aid with securing beds
      • Release from Custody Program
        • Individuals who are incarcerated
        • Case Management
        • Assistance with release from custody
        • Navigating community resources
      • Mental Health Diversion
        • Individuals who have been charged with a minor offense, with mental health factoring into the offense
        • Case Management
        • Advocacy and Education Referrals
  • Compass Boussole Akii-Izhinoogan
    • LOCATION
      • 62 Frood Rd, Suite 100 Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 4Z3
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 6:30 pm
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Intensive Support and Supervision Program
        • Youth Crime Custody Alternative
        • Clinical Support, Community Supervision and Treatment
        • Individuals:
          • Children / Youth (ages 12 – 18)
          • Exhibiting severe mental health problems
          • Repeated infractions with the law
          • Referrals must be identified by a Youth Probation Officer
          • Judge determines whether to admit the youth or not
Youth Services
  • Compass Boussole Akii-Izhinoogan
    • LOCATION
      • 62 Frood Rd, Suite 100 Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 4Z3
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 6:30 pm
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Intensive Support and Supervision Program
        • Youth Crime Custody Alternative
        • Clinical Support, Community Supervision and Treatment
        • Individuals:
          • Children / Youth (ages 12 – 18)
          • Exhibiting severe mental health problems
          • Repeated infractions with the law
          • Referrals must be identified by a Youth Probation Officer
          • Judge determines whether to admit the youth or not
  • Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury / Manitoulin
    • LOCATION
      • 200 Larch St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3E 1C5
        • Monday to Sunday, 10 pm – 8 am
    • CONTACT
    • SERVICE:
      • Youth Mental Health Justice Programs:
        • Youth Court Support
          • Court System Navigation
          • Provides youth with court accompaniment, every Thursday morning
        • Youth Mental Health Court Diversion
          • Focus on responsibility / ownership of offense
          • Charges may be withdrawn pending successful completion of the program
        • Bail Release Planning
          • Provision of a Youth Mental Health Court Worker
          • Bail Court only
          • Advocacy, Family Interviews and Referrals
          • Individuals:
            • Youth (ages 12 – 17)
            • Diagnosed with, or whom exhibit symptoms of mental health, concurrent disorder or dual diagnosis
            • In conflict with the law
            • Call for information
Indigenous-Forward Services
  • Métis Nation of Ontario – Sudbury Council
    • LOCATION
      • 875 Notre Dame Ave, Unit 102 Greater Sudbury, ON, P3A 2T2
        • Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
    • CONTACT
  • N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre
    • LOCATION
      • 110 Elm St Greater Sudbury, ON, P3C 1T5
        • Monday to Friday, 9 am – 5 pm
    • CONTACT
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