About one in four tenants living in Toronto Community Housing is 59 years of age or older, which is what we consider a senior. At Toronto Community Housing, we work to provide safe, healthy environments for seniors in every community.
Currently, the Seniors Housing Unit includes three operating units, one for the east side of the city, one for the southeast side of the city, and one for the west. It is exclusively focused on our seniors mandated buildings.
In May 2018, TCHC created the Seniors Housing Unit with a separate management structure that reports directly to the CEO. The mandate of the Seniors Housing Unit includes managing TCHC's 83 seniors-designated buildings and working with the City of Toronto, Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to design and implement a new integrated service model for seniors housing. The model will promote aging in place, better quality of life and successful tenancies for all TCHC seniors.
Seniors Housing Unit Management
Interim General Manager: Jill Bada
Operating Unit Managers:
Seniors Housing Unit West: Brad Piggen
Seniors Housing Unit East: Erika Erteki
Seniors Housing Unit Southeast (Integrated Service Model): Michael Bezoff
the Seniors Housing Unit Buildings page to find out if your building is part of
the Seniors Housing Unit.
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