Community Safety Resources for Frontline Workers

Community Safety Resources for Frontline Workers

This collection of resources aims to provide frontline workers with the tools needed to reduce workplace risks and feel safe in their communities. 

This resource collection will support frontline workers to:

  • Safely engage individuals with mental illness in the community 
  • Gain a better understanding of how to work with clients dealing with mental illness in a safe way
  • Provide community safety and housing supports while minimizing personnel risks

It also highlights some of the learnings from systems planning on community safety and well-being to inform governments, policy-makers, and regions on updated practices and recommendations

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Resources:

  • Other

 Assertive Community Treatment Act and Housing First in Canada

  • Coordinated Access
  • Housing First
  • Prevention
  • Research and Evaluation
  • Guide

Toronto Community Housing Safety Guide

  • Coordinated Access
  • COVID-19
  • Housing First
  • Prevention
  • Toolkit

Toolkit for Community Safety and Well-being planning

  • Program Model
  • Research and Evaluation
  • Systems Planning
  • Toolkit

Pathway of Well-Being Aboriginal Health Bridging Toolkit

  • Knowledge Mobilization
  • Program Model
  • Systems Planning