Provided by: HELP Homes of Regina
High functioning individuals who have the potential and motivation to live in a less restrictive environment are taught living skills.
Individuals with intellectual disabilities moving from their family home, who have the potential and motivation to learn how to live on their own in the community.
Consultation with their CLSD Worker and through Regina Co-Management Coordinator.
Individuals pay their rent, cable, groceries etc.
HELP Homes of Regina
1856 Angus Street
Regina SK S4P 1Z4
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