SUPPORTIVE LIVING"Le Pavillon"
To be admitted to a supportive living residence, you must submit an application to your regional health authority. Your doctor will help you complete this application.
Then, the home care coordinator in your health region will evaluate your needs. A recommendation will be made for your placement if is determined that you are in need of constant help for your daily living activities.
Afterwards, a regional committee will evaluate your application. This is called “paneling”. If you want to stay at Villa Youville, you must indicate it as the first choice on your application. The Villa is a Francophone and Catholic establishment. You have the right to request living in accommodations that reflect your linguistic, cultural and religious values. All services at Villa Youville are offered in French and our living environment is Francophone. (In contrast to the Villa, bilingual establishments are required to offer services in French only if you ask for them, and the working language and day to day functioning of the facility is usually in English.)
When your application is accepted, it is forwarded to us. We will contact you to let you know when we think we can admit you.