Our residential programs provide quality care that is designed to meet individual needs and strengths. We aim for full community integration, and diversity underpins our organization's approach.
Program Manager: Joanne Jones 635-4934
A 5 bedroom unit that offers a home-like environment for children ages 6-12 years. The Phillips House program is centered on “The Whole Brain Child”. Caring staff provide guidance, support and consistency to our residents. Regular programming is based on the resident’s individual needs, with a focus on building positive relationships both in the home and in the community. The programming at Phillips House helps our residents learn skills that they need to help themselves move forward and build healthy relationships in the future.
Program Manager: Corey Haines 672-5480
A safe, stable environment for vulnerable teen boys aged 12-18 years. Helpful staff offer guidance and assistance, provide regular programming and aid youth in setting attainable goals for their future. Our youth build strong relationships and acquire the life skills, independence and self-regulation they need to move forward in life happily and healthily.
Program Manager: Patricia Anderson 642-5181
A four-bedroom residential youth home that offers support and acceptance to its residents. Team members strive to provide a caring environment which encourages residents to develop at their own pace, working on life skills, social development, and community engagement.
Program Manager: Doreen Naves 693-0650
EPU is a four bedroom home designed to help transition youth to a placement better suited to their individual needs. Designed as a safe place to land, youth up to 18 years old may be admitted to the unit. EPU is a short term placement where the Program Manager and staff work closely with the Department of Social Development to provide a safe, secure and comfortable environment for youth in crisis.
Program Manager: Meaghan Melanson 693-0367
A warm, two-bedroom unit that offers specialized programming to meet the exceptional needs of our youth. The highly individualized programming centers on maintaining positive relationships through family connections and community integration.
Program Manager: Mary Greer 214-1033
A specialized FASD unit designed to meet the exceptional needs of one resident. Collectively, we use praise, compassion, kindness, band aids, hugs, tuck ins, story time and active listening. We help our client develop and achieve their goals by providing a safe supportive environment that meets the resident's needs.
Program Manager: Naomi Leslie 214-1444
Horsler House is a specialized, two-bedroom unit that opened in January of 2020 to serve the long-term needs of two residents. The supportive, 24/7 staff have been trained extensively by the FASD Centre of Excellence and follow a trauma-informed approach.
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