210A Front Street, 3rd Floor, Belleville, ON K8N 2Z2
Youthab provides specialized housing services to young adults 16-24 who are assessed as needing subsidized housing services with support services.
81 Dundas St. W., Trenton, ON K8V 3P4
200 Hastings St. North, Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0
151 St Lawrence St., Unit 5, Madoc, ON K0K 2K0
Weekdays: 8:30 - 4:30
Our Homes provide a safe temporary, affordable and comfortable place for families, single adults and youth who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
245 Dundas St. E. Belleville
Provides a variety of services for severely mentally ill individuals from 16 to 65. These services include assistance with housing, skills training, advocacy, etc.
Provides attendant care services to individuals 16 years or older who live with a permanent physical disability and require assistance with their personal care. These services are provided in either their own homes or in the supportive housing sites located in Belleville and Picton. 41 Pinnacle St S. Belleville.
363 Dundas St. West Belleville
Provides mandated services such as foster care to those families who have issues around caring for their children. Provide foster care to children whose parents become homeless. Referrals: courts and community.
365 Bell Bl, Belleville, On
Is a global non-Profit organization that builds houses for working People with low incomes. Homeowners are chosen by a selection committee of Habitat members and must perform 500 "sweat equity" hours, which is the down payment for the home.
613 969-1913 ext. 2250
Provides assistance to aboriginals attending Loyalist College including Housing and related needs.
3 Applewood Drive, Belleville ON
The QRCH provides housing, case-management services and supportive housing to individuals who have a severe and persistent mental illness. Apply by phone or walk in, no appointment necessary. There is a waiting list for all services.
289 Pinnacle St., Belleville, ON K8N 3B3
Providing residential and vocational support for developmentally challenged adults or persons with acquired brain injures. Supports can include 24 hours staffing or staffing assistance based on the number of hours needed; supported employment; counselling; respite care for families under stress. Also provide a psychiatric clinic on site once a month-referrals made by family physician. Waiting list depending on vacancies, ability to provide support, funding and costs. Psychiatric clinic- no cost ( covered by OHIP and Pathways).
91 Millennium Parkway, Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5
Plainfield community Homes is a non-profit organization that provides a range of services and supports to adults and children with developmental disabilities. Guided by a corporate Mission and Vision, Plainfield Community Homes is committed to supporting people withdisabilities through the promotion of their own individual empowerment and autonomy over their own live. The supports and activities provided are determined and requested by the person an/or their families or other support networks. These supports enable people to participate in the life of the community, lead active and productive lives and discover, celebrate and further develop the capacities that lie within.