The Nova Support home is a family-managed youth home designed to support youth with a range of diverse and complex needs. The program provides an environment that resembles a family home while at the same time establishing and maintaining a therapeutic environment. Nova support home strives to establish and maintain a routine and structure that assists the youth in the management of their day-to-day activities. Youth are encouraged to attend a schooling program that best suits their needs, as well as in-house and out-of-home programming.
Youth residing in the Nova Support Home work toward goals established in collaboration with the youth and their support network. These goals are unique based upon need and strive for the betterment of daily living. The program boasts the ability to increase community access and develop the support network of the youth.
The basis of the Nova Support Home is to equip youth with the necessary tools for them to transition back to family or independent living. Programming is highly individualized, allowing for the best possible opportunities for each youth.
The Nova Support Home may be accessed by referral by Children Services for Family Supports for Children with Disabilities (FSCD).