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Organization: Community Living Lennox and Addington  
Phone Numbers: 613-354-2184
Fax: 613-354-0815
Website: www.clla.ca
Address:
99 Richmond Blvd
Napanee, ON
K7R 3S3
Intersection: Centre St N and Richmond Blvd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm
Dates: Hours may change in the summer so best to call ahead
Executives: Barb Fabius - Executive Director
barbf@clla.ca
Service Description: Day Support Program is a structured group program for adults with developmental disabilities * the program runs Mon-Fri * clients can attend some or all days * composed of recreational and leisure activites * individuals can also have a life skills and skills development component * includes volunteer opportunities for individuals' support and has an emphasis for employment opportunities in the community as well * operates a satellite location in the downtown core

Home Share Program places individuals with developmental disabilities with family homes and supports the families

Supported Independent Living (SIL) Program provides support to people with developmental disabilities living on their own

Group Home at 181 Kent St in Napanee supports individuals living independently

Fees: There is a day program fee which is based on intake assessment and is determined on a case by case basis * may also be transportation costs to the day support program
Application: Call * ask for Krista Abbink or Liza Blades
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Eligibility is open to adults 18 and over with a developmental disability and in receipt of Ontario Disability Support Program benefits
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Napanee and area  
See Also: Adult Day Programs
Community Living Services
Independent Living Support
Life Skills for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on March 23, 2017

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