Caroline Apartments, Prinzen Flats, Rudy Hulst Commons, and Perkins Centre Apartments
are receiving income support benefits
Tenants in these programs have ODSP or similar source as their income.
are actively seeking recovery
Tenants living in these apartments who have experienced substance misuse should be open about the matter, not currently using substances, in long‐term recovery, and/or receiving treatment.
have housing and health stability
Tenants in these apartments have at least one year of housing and health stability.
are mostly singles and couples
Tenants living in these apartments can be single, couples or single parents with young children. Perkins Centre houses individuals only.
have supports in place
Tenants in these apartments have appropriate, long‐term supports in place.
sometimes require barrier-free access
Tenants in these apartments who need barrier free units will be considered for Rudy Hulst Commons and Perkins Centre Apartments.
can live indepently
Tenants living in these apartments are able to manage the following tasks independently*:
- Meal making
- Getting groceries
- Managing money
- Personal care
- Attending appointments
* If you cannot manage in one of the above responsibilities, you should have support from appropriate services so that you are able to manage independent of Indwell in this area.
Tenants in these apartments have good insight and awareness into their health needs.
can advocate for themselves
Tenants in these apartments are able to reach out for support and advocate for themselves.