Whether you are at your local shelter, staying in one of our transitional units, or accessing services through our outreach program, Ingamo Homes is committed to providing safe and confidential services to you.
Programs We Provide
Wrap around supports are provided to women and children accessing our services. Learn more about them below
Our Addictions Worker is available to assist clients of Ingamo Homes who are struggling with substance use. The Addictions Worker connects with clients around safety planning, safe-use, harm reduction, withdrawal, abstinence or recovery, and relapse prevention. Wherever you are in your journey, our Addictions Worker is here to help you along the way.
Child and Youth Programming
Our Child and Youth Program offers emotional and psychological support for our youngest transitional housing residents. Supporting children in their healing, our child and youth staff members work with moms and children to enhance and support their relationship, communication, conflict resolution, and emotional regulation. Over half of our transitional housing residents are children, which is why we have countless programs available to support them through this transition.
Through our partnership with the Oxford Community Health Center, a nurse practitioner is available for women to access when needed. The nurse practitioner offers monthly educational programming as well as support around health questions may have.
Individual and Group Support
Individual and group support is available for those who need extra support navigating housing, income supports, referrals and safety planning.
Family Court Support Program
If you are navigating the family court system or are looking for general information on starting the process, we have a family court support worker who can support you through this process. Some available supports include assisting with obtaining documentation, offering court accompaniments, understanding the family court system, and completing court papers.
In partnership with Domestic Abuse Services Oxford (DASO) we provide the peace programming for children and youth experiencing violence. We explore critical topics including anger, self-esteem, guilt, shame, and the impact of violence, all within a supportive, non-judgmental group environment
To participate in one of our programs, please fill out the form below.
Services We Provide
Ingamo Homes has 22 townhouse-style units in Woodstock, Ontario to support families who are ready to transition to more independent living with some on-site support. Clients can stay up to one year while they are in the process of securing more permanent housing. The units are located close to schools, public transit, and other essential amenities, making it a great fit for families. There are staff offices on site to ensure clients receive support as needed. There are also shared areas throughout the complex to facilitate life skills groups and other programming for the clients who live on site.
To participate in one of our services, please fill out the form below.
If you need help, you can apply for transitional support here on our website. Fill out the form below and one of our team will be in touch with you.