Contact The Access Point if you are looking for housing

Applications for Mainstay Housing units are managed through The Access Point – a specialized hub where you can apply for supportive housing.

Visit The Access Point to apply now

How does it work?

The Access Point handles applications for housing at Mainstay and maintains a centralized waitlist for supportive housing providers in Toronto. Once you have applied, someone from The Access Point will contact you to discuss your eligibility and next steps.

Who is eligible?

You must be a person living with a mental illness to qualify for supportive housing at Mainstay.

You must also meet these requirements:

  • You are a Canadian citizen, have landed status, or are a refugee claimant.
  • You do not owe rent to any other non-profit housing authority.
  • You do not own a house, or if you do, you have agreed to sell it within six months of moving into Mainstay Housing.
  • You are able to live on your own or with support from family, friends or other social agencies.