Eastern Regional Health Authority, NL
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Housing services help individuals find and keep places to stay. This is not an exhaustive list of resources and services, but highlights those which might be of interest to individuals with mental health issues.

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Shelter and a safe haven for women and children who are experiencing domestic violence. more
NL,CA
709-753-1492
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A Canada-wide association of family members and others working for the benefit of persons of all ages who have an intellectual disability. Founded in 1958 by ... more
4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3 Map
416-661-9611
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Non-profit organization created to focus national attention on mental health issues and to work to improve the health and social outcomes of people living with ... more
Ottawa, ON Map
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1. Long-Term Care Facilities for Seniors

Long-term care facilities and homes (aka. "nursing home") are for people who require the availability of 24-hour nursing care and supervision within a secure setting. They provide a higher level of care and support than retirement homes or supportive housing. Long-term care homes are owned and operated by various organizations: 1) Nursing homes are usually operated by private corporations; 2) Municipal homes for the aged are owned by municipal councils. Many municipalities are required to build a home for the aged in their area, either on their own or in partnership with a neighbouring municipality; 3) Charitable homes are usually owned by non-profit corporations, such as faith, community, ethnic or cultural groups.

The Placentia Health Centre has a 10 bed acute care hospital and provides in-patient and out-patient medical care. Routine laboratory and radiology services ... more
1 Corrigan Place, Placentia, NL, A0B 2Y0 Map
709-227-2013
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Dignified.ca is Canada's #1 Top Rated Bilingual Senior Care Directory. The most up-to-date and comprehensive Canada-Wide information on: Assisted Living, ... more
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2. Group Homes, Residential Care and Supported Housing

A group home is usually a single-family dwelling for special populations that need a supervised living environment. Common examples include children and youth in care, individuals with developmental or physical disabilities, individuals recovering from substance abuse, teenaged mothers, or victims of domestic violence.

We believe that the best chance for long term recovery is a treatment program that addresses all aspects of our patient’s health: the physical, mental, ... more
39 Pleasant Boulevard, Toronto, ON, M4T 1K2 Map
1-647-748-5501
18 years and up
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In L'Arche, people who have developmental disabilities and those who come to assist share life and daytime activities together in family-like settings that are ... more
1833 rue Sherbrooke Est Bureau 101, Montreal, QC, H2K 1B4 Map
514-844-1661
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3. Home Supports

Refers to supports and services provided in the person's home.

Services for seniors with relocation and home care transition services as moving from independent living to assisted or retirement living is rarely easy. We ... more
1 Thorncliffe Place Suite, Ottawa, ON, K2H 9N9 Map
613-790-9355
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Private Practice Professionals and Commercial Businesses

142 Military Road, St. John's, NL, A1C 2E6 Map
709-738-7805
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4. Respite Care and Child Care

Respite refers to short term, temporary care provided to parents (or caregivers) so that they (and their families) can take a break from the daily routine of caregiving, and can range from a few hours to enough time for a vacation. Despite the guilt that parents or caregivers may feel, respite care can be very helpful in relieving stress from caregivers and give them time to recharge. Respite care may include services to take care of children, or older adults, or even parents.

Dignified.ca is Canada's #1 Top Rated Bilingual Senior Care Directory. The most up-to-date and comprehensive Canada-Wide information on: Assisted Living, ... more
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