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Grand Opening of the Hay River Territorial Supported Living Campus Day Program

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April 26, 2011 - The Hay River Territorial Supported Living Campus’ day program centre is celebrating its grand opening this Thursday. The day program centre will offer programs for moderate to severe cognitively disabled adult residents and clients.

“One of the priorities in the A Foundation for Change action plan is to work with partners and stakeholders to improve the quality of life for Northerners with disabilities,” said the Minister of Health and Social Services, J. Michael Miltenberger. “The new center will provide residents and clients with an opportunity for personal growth, life skills, peer and social supports in their own community.”

The addition of the day program center will also allow the repatriation of NWT residents currently living in the south.

Media are invited to the grand opening of the day program centre, located near the HH Williams Memorial Hospital and Woodland Manor in Hay River. 

When: Thursday, April 28, 2011

Time: 1:00 p.m.

Address: 52 Woodland Drive, Hay River

Since the Hay River Territorial Supported Living Campus opened two years ago, it has helped people with disabilities live independently within their community. It is equipped to house up to 12 residents, including two beds for respite care.


For more information, contact:

Damien Healy

Manager, Communications

Department of Health and Social Services

Tel: (867) 920-8927