VISION, MISSION, VALUES
To be a community where every person, regardless of age, race, creed, social status, physical or mental capacity, is valued for and loved as a precious image bearer of God. We strive to provide a culture centred on compassion, love and hope in order for each individual to enjoy their true health and happiness.
Developing and operating communities of care focused on providing quality outcomes in a safe environment through innovation and responsiveness to the changing needs of those placed under our guardianship.
Quality of Life
We believe that individuals are inherently precious, and are committed to supporting a person’s attainment of the highest physical, mental and spiritual well being possible.
We love and care for each individual with the same esteem and affection that we reserve for our most cherished friends or family members.
We are committed to the development of self esteem, self confidence and trust in a community that fosters mutual respect, trust, teamwork and open communication for everyone.
We conduct all activities to the best of our individual and collective ability, demonstrated by our high regard for truthfulness and honesty. It is important to not only know the right thing to do, but to do the right thing.
We believe in a coordinated approach to the delivery of quality health care services that transcends individual accomplishments, yet maintains individual accountability towards the common goal.
Sanctity of Life
Our organization is guided by the tenets of our Christian faith that upholds the sanctity of life, no matter what stage of life. Given that our beliefs are contrary to the intentions of Medical Assistance in Dying, such provision of death will not be permitted on our premises.
UPDATED March 15th 2020: In response to ongoing escalating concerns for the safety of persons most vulnerable to Covid-19, The Hamlets has decided to close its homes to the public including families, volunteers and non-essential contractors effective 12:00pm (noon) Monday March 16th 2020. We have decided to take this step as a further preventative measure to minimize the risk of an outbreak.