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Supportive Housing - Waterloo Wellington

Supportive housing programs are available in designated residential buildings (apartments or group homes) to people who require daily personal support and essential homemaking to live independently. Eligible individuals include the frail elderly, people with physical disabilities, people with acquired brain injuries and those living with HIV/AIDS. Personal support is provided on-site and is available up to 24 hours a day, depending on individual need. Care may be provided directly by the residential building or by another service and is offered in addition to any visiting home health care.

See also Home Health and Community Supports for services offered in the person's home.

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These services serve all or part of Waterloo Wellington
Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph  
Guelph Independent Living   Guelph
Hopewell Children's Homes - Ariss   Ariss
Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region - Attendant Services - Assisted Living   Kitchener
Supportive Housing of Waterloo   Waterloo
Traverse Independence - Acquired Brain Injury Services - Slow to Recover Group Home   Kitchener
Traverse Independence - Physical Disability Services - Supportive Housing Union Lane   Kitchener
Traverse Independence - Supportive Housing Strasburg Road   Kitchener
Tri-County Mennonite Homes - Aldaview Services   New Hamburg
YWCA Kitchener-Waterloo - Women's Services - Supportive Housing - YWCA Next Door   Kitchener

These services are located outside of Waterloo Wellington, but provide service to Waterloo Wellington.
Deafblind Ontario Services   Newmarket
March of Dimes Canada - West Central Regional Office   Mississauga
York House   Acton