Operates five subsidized housing projects to meet the needs of families, seniors, and persons with disabilities.
A shared accommodation residence which provides 24 hour attendant services, advocacy, and extensive life skills training to adults with physical disabilities.
Small residential home/facility that offers personal care and individual attention for older adults, people with disabilities, those with limited incomes or other populations whose limitations prevent them from living alone.
Provides non-medical residential withdrawal management, 24-hour telephone crisis support, early treatment groups, a taking steps group, day and residential treatment, and aftercare for women with substance use issues. Part of the Shelter Health N
Seniors apartments offering independent living and supportive housing options.
Non-profit housing for adults 60 years and older. Some subsidized units are available.
Offers meals served in a group setting that provides an opportunity for socializing. Developed for older adults and people with disabilities who would like to get out of the house more often. Transportation is available for a fee.
Volunteers assist residents in day-to-day activities, provide companionship, and raise funds. Volunteers can be involved in activities such as recreational programs, friendly visiting, and other special events and in-house services.
Medical clinics to assess individuals for the COVID-19 virus.
Accredited long-term care home offering nursing and personal care on a 24-hour basis. Rooms and basic services include: