Cluster care sites with 10 units each, designed for frail seniors in need of full-time support.
Service Type: Housing & Homelessness, Seniors
Eligibility: Seniors 55+ in need of support with activities of daily living
Delivery: In person
Partners: WoodGreen Housing, Local Health Integration Network for Assisted Living
53 & 63 Pape Ave.offer a total of 20 unitsplus shared living space and cater to frail seniors in need of full-time support. WoodGreen’s Community Care Unit provides 24-hour assistance with activities of daily living.
Please fill out the WoodGreen Housing Application form here. Applications must be accompanied by proof of status in Canada (i.e., birth certificate, Canadian passport, Permanent Resident card, Refugee Claimant form). Applications can be submitted to the Housing Help office by fax (416) 645-6484 or mailed to:
WoodGreen Housing Help
650 Queen St. E.
Toronto, ON M4M 1G5
For more information or support in filling out the application, please contact us.
Housing & Homelessness Services
(416) 645-6000 ext. 2500
570 Coxwell Avenue
This location has 11 bachelor units for single occupants.
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Drop in, by phone, in-person appointment, in the community
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In person, virtual, on the phone
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