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Addiction Supportive Housing

The Addiction Supportive Housing Program (ASH) is a housing program in Ontario 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 who are considered inadequately housed.   Stonehenge Therapeutic Community, in partnership with The Canadian Mental Health Association – Grand River Branch, provide the addiction counselling services and transitional and permanent housing units in the Guelph-Wellington region, as part of this Ontario-wide initiative.  For more information regarding the ASH program in the Guelph-Wellington area, please contact Stonehenge Thereapeutic Community at 519-837-1470.