Day Program /
Drop-In Centers


Family Home Program


Amica Place




Evershed House
Complex Needs


Grandview Residence


Makada Place





Corina Residence located in Hanmer is a six bed home.  

This home also offers behavioural support  for developmental disable adults.  

The program seek to teach independence in areas of personal care, social and emotional development, communication development, tri-motor development, health and independent living skills.

Program plans are tailored to the specific needs of the individual with emphasis placed on the learning within an atmosphere that fosters as close as possible normalized routines and a home like setting.
Given the bahavioural needs of the clientele emphasis is placed on applied behaviour management strategies and programming with particular attention given to the least intrusive treatment model of services delivery.
A full range of community services are accessed with the residential staff being responsible to oversee the case management needs of the residents. Services are monitred and delivered through the life plan process which seeks to involve the resident, significant others and all stakes holders in the planning process.  Life Plans are formally reviewed on a minimum bi-annual bass.
Corina Residence has a day program component that also supports individuals within the community.  It is located in the Senator Rheal Belisle Center in Blezard Valley.
Community Living Greater Sudbury Holds A House Warming Party For Neighbours On Carina Drive

   Whenever Community Living Greater Sudbury moves into a new home, they like to throw a house-warming party to say hello and begin to develop a strong relationship with their new neighbours. 

   On Monday, March 27, 2006 , Matt Yuriy, President of CLGS was on hand to cut the ribbon to officially open and bless their new house. With him, as part of the official ceremony, were Board member, Sharon Kitching, on the left, and Executive Director of CLGS, Deborah Sullivan. Several dozen people dropped in during the evening to enjoy refreshments and a tour of the newly renovated building which was once a duplex, but has now been turned into one very large residence.

   Once the furnishings are delivered, the Carina Drive property will be home to six adults who are all in their 30’s and 40’s. Because of the fact that they all have severe developmental challenges, they will be assisted in their daily activities by four full-time staff during waking hours and two full-time staff who will be on duty overnight. The staff will focus on helping each of the residents learn how to become more independent and also facilitate a variety of interaction and integration into the main-stream community of Valley East .
   “The biggest goal of the CLGS, and of the people living here, is to be validated as human beings who are capable of making a positive contribution to society,” explained Sullivan. “We feel that everybody has a right to a dignified life.”

  The mission statement says it all… “Community Living Greater Sudbury/Integration Communautaires Grand Sudbury is committed to the goal of assisting people who have a developmental disability to experience full self-actualization.  CLGS exists to assist people to live, work and play as valued citizens in their home communities.  Through our Day Residential and Recreational supports, we aspire to provide a plan that is individual tailored to the needs of the whole person.”

   For over 40 years, Community Living Greater Sudbury has been serving the Valley East and surrounding areas. Today, it is responsible for programs throughout the entire City of Greater Sudbury . ‘Community Living’ is a National program that started off as a results of parents advocating for services for their adult-aged children. Today, it serves adults from the age of 18 to 95.
   “Not everyone served by CLGS requires the services of qualified staff,” explained Deborah as she discussed the successful opening with Dorice Dusty, Public Relations Director of CLGS. . “Others with less sever challenges are part of our Family Home Program and live with families in the community in much the same way as foster children are placed.
   The Administrative offices of Community Living Greater
Sudbury are now located at the CNIB Building at 303 York Street , Unit 241 in Sudbury . If you would like to  contact them for any reason, call 671-7181.


 Community  Living  Greater  Sudbury
Integration  Communautaire  Grand  Sudbury

303 York Street Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2A5
PHONE: (705) 671-7181