CHILD AND YOUTH
Community Living Mississauga Is A Non-Profit, Charitable Organization Which Supports People Who Have An Intellectual Disability To Identify And Achieve Their Personal Goals And Interests
Community Living Mississauga takes pride in the supports it offers through many programs and services.
All of Community Living Mississauga’s residential supports are designed to enable the people who live in each house
Whether it is being involved in a recreational program, volunteering or working, Community Living Mississauga believes that
Community Living Mississauga is a non-profit, charitable organization which supports people who have an intellectual
Being actively involved in your community means more than just living in it – it also means fully participating in the social
It is never too early to begin teaching children about the importance of inclusion. That is why Community Living Mississauga
Founded in 1955, Community Living Mississauga is a non-profit, charitable organization which provides support to individuals who have an intellectual disability.
We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of people we support, family members and concerned members of the community.
Our vision is that all people will live in a state of dignity and respect, and share in all elements of living in a community which is welcoming, accepting and inclusive of all individuals. All people will have the freedom to make choices and decisions that enable them to achieve self-determination.
We believe that people who have an intellectual disability have a right to live in the community and to participate actively in community life.
How can you get involved with Community Living Mississauga?
Complaint/Concern Resolution for People Who Receive Support and their Families, Guardians and/or Advocates and the General Public
Community Living Mississauga is committed to maintaining quality and excellence in services. In order to do this, there must be an established culture of open, supportive communication. To facilitate communication, people receiving supports and services, their families, guardians and/or advocates and members of the general public must have ways to discuss and bring forth their concerns, complaints and feedback constructively.
By providing mechanisms to do this, we can work cooperatively to address and correct issues and/or resolve differences in a timely fashion.