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peer worker at a COVID recovery centre
Originally developed to provide harm reduction services to people isolating in COVID recovery hotels, the Mobile Shelter Support Program (formerly known as MOVID) also offers case management, personal support, and follow-up services to people in shelters, encampments, and respite sites. Just as important, shelter staff and residents learn how to effectively respond to overdoses and other issues that arise during the ongoing opioid crisis.

 
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Eligibility
Must live in a shelter, encampment, or respite site


Mobile Shelter Support Program teams help shelter residents by:

  • Preventing overdoses 

  • Connecting people to harm reduction supports and medicine‚Äč

  • Providing case management and follow-up services
  • Educating people about harm reduction and personal health

  • ‚ÄčProviding personal support services
  • Offering social support and recreational programming

  • Advocating on behalf of residents

  • Accompanying residents to appointments

  • Ontario Health
  • Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre