Grace House Factsheet

What is Grace House?

Grace House Inc. is a unique component of the Support & Housing – Halton network, a non-profit charitable organization. Grace House operates a group home for adults in Oakville, Ontario.

The program provides:


Grace House provides 24/7 time-limited supportive, supervised residential accommodation to adults who require assistance to learn life skills necessary for independent living.

Who does Grace House serve?

Grace House is open to any adult, 18-65 years of age, with a disability of a psychological, psychiatric, emotional, social or limited physical nature. Each client must be motivated to make positive changes in his or her life.

What are the criteria for admission to the Grace House program?

Preference is given to residents of the Halton region. When necessary, priority is given to those areas from which we receive United Way funding.

Potential residents of Grace House must:


What is the Admission Process?

Admission is by referral only. Referrals are accepted from professional services, community agencies, health care providers and local hospitals. Application and referral forms are available on our website.

Is there a charge for the program?

Residents pay a fee for room and board based upon a sliding scale geared to income.

How do I get in touch?

phone or email:

David Klarer, Director,
905-844-4772 ext. 410

dklarer@shhalton.org

Or: Joan McPhee, Senior Residential Counsellor.
905-844-4772 ext. 420

mail:

Grace House
Attn. Mr. David Klarer
130 Cornwall Road
Oakville, Ontario L6J 7V8

fax:

289-351-1010

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Grace House is a United Way Member Agency and is funded by the Province of Ontario


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