However, having a home is often not possible for people who experience mental illness because most of the specialized housing is transitional, attached to residential treatment programs, and often segregated.
At Community LAMDA, having a home in the community results in a feeling of having a family. Friendships are formed and care is given and received among tenants.
"Four established affordable housing projects show what willpower, resources and a targeted plan can achieve" - Jaelyn Molyneux
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To provide staff-supported, affordable, apartment-style homes as a foundation for stability and wellness for adults in Calgary who experience chronic mental illness, particularly schizophrenia.
To increase the level of independence and self-esteem of people living with mental illness by providing services that will strengthen their natural support network, including family and friends.