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October 20, 2021 - After operating Walnut Manor in St. Thomas Ontario for over 8 years, it is with mixed emotion that we announce the permanent closure of the home.

The historic home, located at 57 Walnut Street, now over 130 years old, has seen many changes over the decades, and most recently operated as a SupportiveLiving facility.  With the aging and ailing infrastructure of the building, we have faced a number of chal

October 19, 2021 -Congratulations to SupportiveLiving.ca for being accredited by Canadian Business Review Board as the Best Business in Canada 2021 among other businesses!

The CBRB’s mission is to identify and promote consumer-centric businesses in Canada. Their accreditation is based on best practices as set out by the Harvard Business School.

SupportiveLiving.ca was awarded this accreditation based on business

September 10, 2021 - Back in May, we announced that a major Hollywood production was filming at our SupportiveLiving.ca Brantford location and we promised to provide updates as they developed.

It’s now official! From the producers of “Yellowstone”, Paramount+, Paramount studios streaming service, has wrapped up filming the TV series, “Mayor of Kingstown” starring Academy Award winning actors Jerem

May 21, 2021 - The excitement begins as Hollywood descends on SupportiveLiving.ca!

A major Hollywood production company has chosen a SupportiveLiving.ca home as the location of an up and coming, made for TV movie series, featuring  Oscar award winners and nominees.

The home is garnering a lot of attention in a Brantford neighborhood where film crews are currently shooting scenes and will be over the course of the

April 1 - COVID-19 has inevitably changed the way we do business and impacted individuals with severe mental health and addiction challenges. As the industry attempts to navigate itself through an addictions and housing crisis, many organizations that provide permanent long term housing do not have immediate availability and as a result, long waitlists*

While SupportiveLiving.ca has traditionally offered permanent, long term h

February 2, 2021 - We are thrilled to announce that SupportiveLiving.ca has won another National Award and has been named HOUSING SUPPORT SERVICE OF THE YEAR – 2020/21. This honour comes on the heels of the national Canada over 50s Housing Award just one year ago.

Founder and President of SupportiveLiving.ca, Vishal Chityal, commented: “I am truly honored and humbled that in a time where the Coronavirus pandemic ha

Jan 19, 2021 - As a community, everyone is struggling to adhere to the restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dealing with lockdowns, isolation, social distancing and balancing life and our own mental health has not been an easy feat.  Even through harsh economic times and job loss, the majority of us still have our basic needs in place – food, shelter and water. What about those who have no housing?

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Dec 21, 2020 – This year, Christmas will not be the same. The COVID-19 pandemic presents many challenges on how we celebrate the holidays.

“The new normal.”

These are all factors that have now become a staple part of our lives: Wearing masks, testing, lockdowns, no visitation, social distancing and isolation.

Being alone, during the best of times, is a very hard reality to accept -- especiall

Nov 26, 2020 - On a week by week basis, we are beginning to understand the ever-evolving characteristics of COVID-19. Experts are predicting that a second wave could be more damaging than the first, with a result of increased cases.

Easing restrictions may not likely be the answer. The corona virus is still out there.

At SupportiveLiving.ca, we have prudently elected to maintain the original protocol of no visitation e

 

Nov 16, 2020 – SupportiveLiving.ca is celebrating! The past fifteen years gives us a lot to reflect upon.

SL President and Founder Vishal Chityal was told by many in the industry that his model of housing would not work as long term housing for individuals with mental health vulnerabilities.  15 years later, after successfully starting up and acquiring many homes, SL now houses hundreds of residents a