The Supported Independent Living program (S.I.L.) supports people who have intellectual disabilities and/or mental health barriers who are choosing to live independently in the community.
We support individuals through a person-centered approach, strength based, harm reduction, and dignity of risk perspective.
We utilize self-determination and relationship building to engage effectively with participants long term. Relationships based on trust, respect and empowerment are developed between the participant and the support team. The service focuses on encouraging people to live as independent members of their community.