Goals and Key Commitments:
The T-HSJCC works collaboratively:
To provide a planning table to bring together service providers to find solutions to the problem of the criminalization of people with defined unique needs, and;
To develop a model of shared responsibility and accountability in dealing with this group of people at points of intersection with the justice system.
The T-HSJCC works collaboratively:
To assist in facilitating communication through effective linkages among health, criminal justice and social service sectors, and between local committees.
To assist in identifying issues with respect to service delivery and capacity.
To assist in addressing issues such as access to and duplication of services.
To consult with local committees to determine predominant issues.
To assist in coordinating regional training opportunities for all sectors involved in serving the target population.
To assist in providing informed input and advice concerning research, system design, planning, program implementation, and resource allocation to the partner ministries.
Toronto-HSJCC Virtual Lunch and Learn Anti-Racism Series – Sessions 1 & 2 of 5 – Flyer
Guidance for Honouring the Land and Ancestors Through Land Acknowledgements – Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (External Link)
The Sentencing & Parole Project – Toronto Regional and Local HSJCCs Lunch & Learn – 2022-05-19
Toronto-HSJCC – Virtual Lunch and Learn – Sentencing and Parole Project – 2022-05-19
WT-HSJCC Lunch and Learn on Traumatic Brain Injury and the Criminal Justice System Flyer – 2022-04-19
WT-HSJCC Virtual Lunch and Learn on Affirming Trans and Non-Binary Gender Identities – 2022-03-08
Toronto-HSJCC Virtual Lunch & Learn Update on the Solicitor General’s Community Reintegration Strategy – 2022-02-24
CMHA Toronto Mental Health Court Support Program – 2022-01-12
Elizabeth Fry Toronto – Supporting Individuals Impacted by the Criminal Justice System from an Intersectional Lens – 2021-11
New Toronto Courthouse and Toronto Region Bail Centre – Lunch & Learn Flyer – 2022-02-10
The Pervasive Reality of Anti-Black Racism in Canada: The current state, and what to do about it – 2020-12 (External Link)
Unfunded: Black Communities Overlooked by Canadian Philanthropy – 2020 (External Link)
Rethinking Community Safety: A Step Forward for Toronto – 2021-01 (External Link)
Assessing Mental Health and Substance Use Needs and Service Disruptions for People Released from Custody during COVID-19 
Working Effectively with People Using Crystal Meth – 2020
Are We Served – Understanding Tamil Mental Health – Zoom Meeting – 2020-10-08
This Toronto Crisis Team Has Handled Mental Health Calls Without Cops for 30 Years – Vice.com – 2020-08-19 (External Link)
Anti-Black Racism Analysis Tool for a Radically Equitable COVID-19 Response – City of Toronto – 2020-06
Black Community Supports & Resources – 2020-06
Resources to Supports – 2020-06
Other Release Remedies – 2020-06
FWS – Our Freedom Bound Together – 2020-06
Bail 101 – Youth – 2020-06
Bail 101 – Adult – 2020-06
CAMH TeleMental Health Guidelines for Virtual Clinical Visits
EENet COVID-19 Community Service Provider Resources
Gerstein Centre – Stay Connected Italian Group (English) – 2020
Gerstein Centre – Stay Connected Italian Group (Italian) – 2020
T-HSJCC – Ministry of the Attorney General – Presentation on Justice Centres – 2019-06-26
Toronto Overdose Action Plan 2017
Toronto Region – South Etobicoke Harm Reduction Coalition – Access to Methadone Presentation – 2017
Toronto Regional – PHSJCC Structure Changes 2016-03-07
Toronto Regional – Building a Service Resolution Function in Toronto – Executive Summary – 2015-05
Toronto Regional – About Us – 2013-04-11
Toronto Regional – Complex Committee – Meeting Minutes – 2013-02-04
Toronto Regional HSJCC Complexity Committee – Presentation to the PHSJCC – 2012-05-14
Toronto Regional – Working with Complexity – Supporting Those Affected by Concurrent Disorders – Presentation – 2010