Community Living Mississauga provides support at 27 group homes across Mississauga. A maximum of four people live at each home, which are located in residential neighbourhoods.
The group homes are no different than any other homes on the streets and the supports are designed to maximize community involvement for each person.
There is an ongoing high level of demand for residential services and, as a result, there is a waiting list (managed by Developmental Services Ontario) for this support. To learn more about how to apply for residential supports, please visit Developmental Services Ontario at www.dsontario.ca.
People who have an intellectual disability who want to live more independently may receive support from our Supported Independent Living (SIL) program.
Most of the people supported through the SIL program either work or participate in day activities and then receive a few hours of residential support in the evenings.
There is an ongoing high level of demand for residential services and, as a result, there is a waiting list (managed by Developmental Services Ontario) for this support. To learn more about how to apply for residential supports, please visit Developmental Services Ontario at www.dsontario.ca
The Family Home Program is a residential option that enables families or individuals to share their home and provide support to a person who has an intellectual disability.
We recruit caring families or individuals who are committed and interested in sharing their home to provide a safe and secure environment while fostering growth and independence for an adult who has an intellectual disability on a full-time basis. We also recruit Respite Providers to provide support on weekends or for longer periods of time as needed.
We offer support, training and remuneration – financial support.
For more information, please contact Community Living Mississauga’s Family Home Program Manager at (905) 542-2694 ext. 2294.
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Individual support hours may be purchased by a person or family member to provide additional support in an person’s home or in the community or during periods of hospitalization as per the person’s requested support needs. These support hours are to augment a person’s support and do not replace the typical support that would be offered to the person based on the current service he/she receives from Community Living Mississauga.
Residential Supported Independent Living
Individual support hours may be purchased by an person or family member through Supported Independent Living as a result in an increase in supports hours due to an person’s health concerns or hospitalization. The hours would be purchased to increase support for a specific period of time with specific expectations until the health matter is resolved.
Who is Eligible
People who are currently receiving support in a 24-hour location or a Supported Independent Living location.
What You Can Expect
Meeting to discuss nature and frequency of support being requested.
Purchase of Service Agreement detailing terms and conditions.
Hourly rate for support worker inclusive of benefits and administrative costs plus any additional costs related to activity choice.
How to Get Involved
Please contact your Community Living Support Manager at 905-542-2694 for more information.