Working with physicians and the local health sector, WoodGreen offers seniors integrated care to improve physical, social and mental wellbeing, avoid hospital stays and promote independence and dignity.
1070 Queen Street East
Also known as Jack Layton Seniors Housing, this site offers 175 independent living units and three separate Cluster Housing areas for frail seniors.
Operated in partnership with Fife House, this site has 112 mixed units and offers supportive housing for Fife House clients living with HIV/AIDS and frail seniors receiving WoodGreen assisted living services. It also hosts an 11-unit transitional housing program for individuals living with HIV/AIDS and working toward permanent housing.
These programs offer individual, clinical supports to people aged 55 and older living with mental health and/or substance use issues, cognitive issues (i.e. dementia), frailty, and other psychogeriatric conditions related to the aging process.