We aspire to build caring communities that foster wellness, autonomy and safety.
To raise awareness and provide supportive housing and innovative programming for persons who have experienced mental health challenges and homelessness.
AIS is about connecting, sharing strengths, respect, collaboration, transparency and compassion.
Statement of Values
Donors like you provide Accommodation, a secure, affordable apartment that those in need can call home.
Since 1972, AIS had been a community leader in advocating for, and building, more supportive housing in Toronto.
Tenants who are deaf or hard of hearing can live safely in 10 specially designed units equipped with visual alarm alerts. Support staff are able to offer services in American Sign Language.
Ageing tenants with mobility issues live in six accessible apartments.
Individual donors support new housing, renovations, and essential daily programs.
The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care provides partial funding for the design and construction of AIS buildings.
The Toronto Central Local Integration Health Network (LHIN) provides partial funding for AIS’ unique support services.
Foundations provide generous and essential additional grants for the Tenant Wellness Programs and the Renovation Projects.