Permanent, affordable housing that provides support services to help people live more stable lives. Often for those confronted with homelessness, substance abuse issues, mental health, disabilities (e.g., intellectual, mobility or sensory) or other serious challenges that
prohibit stable housing.
Individuals or households who need a home that is modified to make it accessible, or support services so they can live independently in the community, can apply for Modified and Supportive Housing units.
Modified and supportive housing units include:
- Cheshire Homes: For adults with significant physical disabilities and frail seniors.
- Indwell Care: A Christian charity that creates affordable housing communities for people seeking health, wellness and belonging.
- Canadian Mental Health Association: CMHA-Oxford offers long and short-term housing options, including housing for people dealing with mental illness, homelessness or addictions