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Our Services

CCI provides Residential and Transitional Support Programs to adults with various types of disabilities.


At CCI you gain the peace of mind knowing that as your healthcare needs change, we're there for you on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year.


Residential Support Services (RSS): A range of 24-hours support and services for adults with dual diagnosis (i.e mild to moderate developmental disability and mental health challenges) in community based settings.


Transitional Support Services (TSS): Crisis, transitional and treatment supports to assist adults (18 years or older) with dual diagnosis (i.e developmental disability and mental health challenges) to transition successfully into increased independence in the community.

We provide care for the following persons:

  • Adults with a developmental disability

  • Adults with mental health illness

  • Adults with dual diagnosis and/or challenging behaviours

  • Adults with mood disorders

  • Adults with addiction challenges

  • Persons who just want to retire in the peace of our home

Your independent living experience includes:

  • Three healthy and nutritious meals, freshly prepared daily

  • Baked goods, fresh fruit and coffee & tea

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Weekly towel and linen service

  • Emergency call bell system & 24 hour professional staff

  • Assistance with laundry (room available on site)

The home also provides 24-hour supervision

  • Supervision with medication

  • Supervision due to psychiatric or substance abuse problems

People using our services have the opportunity to:

  1. Engage in services that are caring and respectful of each individual’s culture, personal dignity, and trauma experiences

  2. Work in partnership with providers directed by each individual’s personal goals

  3. Participate in comprehensive assessment, individualized treatment, self-management and recovery planning that will:

    • Focus on improving mental, emotional, physical, spiritual health & wellness

    • Assist with meeting basic living needs (e.g. finances, housing, food, safety)

    • Involve family &/or others they choose

    • Provide the knowledge and develop the skills & confidence to make personal choices & decisions regarding treatment, self-management & recovery with the least possible reliance on formal mental health services

    • Inspire individuals to (re)engage in a variety of meaningful roles

  4. Improve our delivery of mental health and addiction services by participating in education of others, and in the planning and evaluation of services

  5. Improve our knowledge of mental illness and addiction, health and wellness by participating in research studies.

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