St. Leonard’s Place Peel
This is where community happens…
St. Leonard’s Place Peel (SLPP) is a non-profit charitable organization that provides transitional and reintegration housing for men dealing with situations of homelessness, mental illness, addiction and/or conflict with the law. For 50 years SLPP has delivered a variety of programs and services that provide residents with a safe and healing environment where they can rebuild their lives, maintain their wellness, and reintegrate back into society.
The mandate of the organization focuses on community safety and inclusion through capacity-building supports that promote belonging, dignity, nourishment, education, and employment opportunities. We acknowledge that, with the right support and a strong personal commitment to change, a brighter future is possible.
H.A.R.P (Housing Access & Retention Program)
HARP is a new initiative of SLPP funded by the Region of Peel that will prioritize housing for homeless men with severe and chronic mental illness.
Relaunch of Our Speaker’s Bureau
We are pleased to announce that our Speaker’s Bureau will be available to share their inspirational stories with students and professionals.
ICCA Ontario: A United Voice for Corrections Forum
On March 20th, SLPP was proud to host the International Community Corrections Association – Ontario’s forum, “A United Voice for Corrections.” Keynote speakers included Howard Sapers (former Correctional Investigator of Canada and current Independent Advisor on Corrections Reform in Ontario) and Perry Mason (former police officer with expertise in Restorative Justice).