Community Based Residential Home Care
We reduce barriers to housing for people living with a disability or brain health condition, reducing the risk of institutionalization or homelessness for these vulnerable populations.
A network of talented, compassionate direct care providers ensure each resident lives their best life with access to day programs, evidence-based therapy, and community engagement.
Connexus Behavioral Health and Disability Advocates is committed to full inclusion, receiving the supports they need to live a safe and healthy life. The affordability of our housing allows residents to meet other basic needs too, and improves the social determinants of health affecting overall wellbeing.
Take a Tour!
We've posted just a few photos of our 75 community-based residential care facilities, long-term supported living, and short-term crisis recovery properties below.
Modifications for Accessibility
Our accessible homes are designed to meet the needs of our residents. Wheel-in showers, widened doorways, ramps, and modified kitchens help residents live as independently as possible.
Spending a little time in nature, whether it be from the back deck, front porch or garden can be a great way to relax, connect with nature, and improve our mobility and coordination. That's why we are systematically improving outdoor living in our homes. Many of our homes also have spaces for gardening - and we're always looking for ways to do more.
Crisis and Transitional Care
Intensive brain health services provide a continuum of services and supports for people with multi-occurring complex brain health conditions. Care provided is specialized and intensive to help individuals recover and attain stability. We offer four larger homes that support this work in a comfortable, safe environment.