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Organization: Safehaven Project for Community Living  
Phone Numbers: 416-535-8525
Fax: 416-535-9782
1173 Bloor St W
Toronto, ON
M6H 1M9
Intersection: Dufferin St and Bloor St W
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Executives: Susan Bisaillon - Chief Executive Officer
Contacts: Elsje Van Der Linden - Social Work Manager
Service Description: Residential and respite care with focus on maintaining family involvement and commitment * 10 bed respite facility, with kitchen, play areas, resource centre, Snoezelen sensory room * 4 private residential group homes in North York, Etobicoke, Aurora and Woodbridge, each with a capacity of 5 or 6 * staffed 24 hours * educational and support programs for families of residents

Fees: Vary for different services, but ability to pay is not a barrier to service
Application: Call office or drop in
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Children and youth birth-18 years at time of admission who have multiple disabilities and complex medical needs
Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
Area(s) Served:
Barrie & Area, Collingwood & Area, Durham Region, East York, Etobicoke, Haliburton, Midland, Penetanguishene & Area, North York, Northumberland, Orillia & Area, Peterborough, Scarborough, South Simcoe, Toronto, Trent Hills, York - Toronto, York Region  
See Also: Children and Youth with Disabilities
Housing and Residential Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Respite Care for Children

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