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Assisted Living Residences

Assisted living is semi-independent housing for adults who are able to make decisions on their own behalf but require some support with their day-to-day needs, due to physical, mental health or health challenges or while in recovery.

There are three classes of assisted living residences:

  • Seniors and Persons with Disabilities - for adults receiving assisted living services due primarily to chronic or progressive conditions linked to the aging process or a disability.
  • Mental Health - for adults receiving assisted living services due primarily to a mental disorder.
  • Supportive Recovery - for adults receiving assisted living services due primarily to substance use.

To find out what assisted living residences are available in your community, click on that community from the list. Use the search boxes to find a specific residence or class of residence. For each residence listed you will find information about that residence and if there are any substantiated complaints.

  • A substantiated complaint means an allegation that has been investigated by the Assisted Living Registry and has been determined to be true. This means the residence is non-compliant with the Community Care and Assisted Living Act or the Assisted Living Regulation.