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Programs & Services

Designated Supportive Living Level 3

Provides accommodation and support for adults and seniors who can¿t manage in their own homes.

Provides accommodation and supports 24 / 7 for clients who require assistance with their healthcare needs. Residents will have an assigned Home Care Case Manger (RN) to coordinate service. Health Care Aides are on-site 24 hours a day to provide support, personal care, and medication assistance.

Service may include:

  • personal care
  • meals and housekeeping
  • linen and laundry service
  • recreation programs
  • 24-hour safety and emergency response services

Healthcare services are provided by Home Care on a scheduled basis.

Visit the Alberta Health Services Continuing Care website for more information.

Contact Details

Points West Living Peace River

11011 99 Street
Peace River, Alberta
T8S 1B3
1-855-371-4122 (Continuing Care Access)
1-855-776-3805 (Continuing Care Access)
Hours of Operation
24 hour service

The Continuing Care Access team has a 24/7 voicemail option and operates the following hours:

Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 8:00 pm,

Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays 8:15 am to 4:30 pm.

Service Providers May Include
health care aides, registered nurses (home care case managers)

To access a designated living option a referral is made through the North Zone (Continuing Care Access) CCA team. A Home Care Case Manager will contact the client to review their healthcare needs and complete an assessment to determine eligibility.

Service Access

To access a designated living option, a referral is made by the client, a family member, or a healthcare provider to the North Zone Continuing Care Access team. A Home Care Case Manager meets with the client to complete an assessment to determine their healthcare needs and establish what services are required. The Home Care Case Manager will contact the placement team if the clients healthcare needs would best be supported in a designated living option.


Accommodation fees and amenities vary by location but typically covers rent, meals, housekeeping, linen and towels change, building amenities and recreation programs. The individual provides or pays for room furnishings, medication, medical and surgical supplies for chronic wounds, equipment and incontinence products (Cost share with Alberta Aids to Daily Living), cable, phone and internet, personal laundry, hair salon fees, toiletries, and other supplies as required.

There may be help to pay for the service if you have a low income or get income assistance.

Service Languages
Interpreter/Translation services
Service Locations