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Finding Housing with Supports


Residents living in a supportive housing building receive formal support from a local social service agency to maintain their tenancy and live independently in the community.

Affordable housing supportive housing units are restricted to individuals who are referred by the social service agency that sponsored or co-sponsored the residence. Social agencies that provide supportive housing in the city of London include the Alice Saddy Association, Dale Brain Injury Services, DeafBlilnd Ontario Services, Participation House, and Youth Opportunities Unlimited.

Supportive Housing Rentals

164 Albert Street
Restriction: Tenants referred by Dale Brain Injury Services
Affordable Units: One bedroom fully accessible units
Population Target: Individuals with acquired brain injuries (partnership with Dale Brain Injury Services, DBIS)

1554 & 1555 Allen Place
Restriction: Tenants are referred by the Alice Saddy Association
Affordable Units:  One and two bedroom units fully accessible
Population Target:  Adults with development disabilities who may also have a physical disability or dual diagnosis referred by the Alice Saddy Association

193 Clarke Road, London
Restriction: Participation House
Affordable Units: One bedroom units
Accessibility: Yes
Population Target: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who require modest quality housing close to services and transportation

Woodfield Gate
356 Dundas Street, London
Contact: 1-866-529-0454
Restriction: Tenants are referred by Indwell
Population Target: Adults who require support

590 Grosvenor Ave
Restriction: Tenants are referred by the Alice Saddy Association
Affordable Units: Bachelor, one and two bedroom units
Accessibility: 3 wheelchair accessible units
Population Target: Adults with development disabilities who may also have a physical disability or dual diagnosis referred by the Alice Saddy Association

446 King Street
Phone:  519-473-2427
Affordable Units:  Bachelor and one bedroom units fully accessible
Population Target: Singles/Adults with special needs

332 Richmond Street
Phone: 519-434-6500 x367
Restriction: Tenants are referred by Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Affordable Units: One bedroom units
Population Target: Youth aged 16-24

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