Supported Living Homes

CLH Developmental Support Services supports over 90 people in 20 Supported Living Homes settings including Penetanguishene, Midland, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene, and Victoria Harbour. In addition, 4 individuals are supported in the Family Home Program, and 36 people in the Supported Independent Living Program, 4 of which receive specialized supports through Dual-Diagnosis SIL services.The type of support an individual requires depends upon their specific needs. Some people live on their own with minimal support from staff, others live with families, such as in the Family Home Program, while still others reside in group homes that are staffed on a 24 hour basis. Accessing the supported living homes program is undefined as the intake is done through the DSO program.

As the people we support age, their support needs continue to become more medically complex with no increased funding. CLH continues to rely on donations to CLH Foundation to assist with the upgrades to homes and accessible transportation so that the people we support can continue to age in their homes. By providing our supported adults with the environmental changes required to enable them to continue living in their homes and their community where they have established themselves, built relationships and made memories- it affords these individuals the means to increased independence, empowerment and dignity.

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front exterior of the Pineview Treatment Home

Pineview Treatment Home

A provincial resource, Pineview is a Dual Diagnosis Treatment home offering an intensive support model to those struggling with challenging behaviours.Working in collaboration with Mackenzie Health Centre for Behavioural Health Sciences, the Pineview support team consists of a Behaviour Technician and Behaviour Consultant through CBHS (Centre for Behavioural Health Sciences), as well as a team of highly motivated and dedicated support staff from CLH Developmental Support Services that provide the daily support and implementation of recommended programming.

Utilizing the bio-psycho-social model, the clinical team meets weekly to look at all the pieces that make an individual an individual and uses this information when creating the treatment plan for the individual as well as ongoing individualized supports.

Pineview strives to uphold the intended timeline of treatment, up to a one-year placement, as well as includes a supportive transition model to successfully integrate the individual back to their home community and ensure that all supports put into place at Pineview will continue to be utilized upon discharge.

front exterior of the Beacon Transition House

Beacon Transition House

Working in collaboration with Waypoint Centre for Mental Health, Beacon transition house offers a secure and supportive environment where individuals who have found themselves in the forensic system can transition successfully and safely from the forensic system back into the community.

Beacon House is a 2-bed transition program offering personalized supports and goal driven learning to assist the individual in achieving personal growth while reintegrating into the community.

Enriching the lives of the individuals living at Beacon, the highly dedicated staff team work with the individual to transition from the forensic system, whether high or low risk index offences, back into the community.

We support Individuals from Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care who are dually-diagnosed, and have forensic involvement (Provincial Forensic Unit) and who are eligible and registered with the DSO. The team will also ensure successful integration back to their home community and ensure all supports are in place upon discharge

This home was created through a joint initiative with the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care and Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.