How to Apply
WELCOME TO HOLLAND CHRISTIAN HOMES
Come Over for a Visit
Welcome to HCH, a place that you can call “home” for your retirement years. Whether you’re considering HCH for yourself and spouse, or wondering what it might look like if your loved ones made the move to Holland Christian Homes, we invite you to learn more about our community. Find out why we’re proud to be a community of believers and a “Community of Care”.
Here are your steps to becoming part of our “Towers”, Independent Living community:
- Come and visit! Arrange your introductory HCH campus site tour and visit with Kelly our Manager of Tenant Business Services, by phoning her at 905.459.3333, Ext. 5250. During your tour, you are invited to ask any questions!
- Complete the Apartment Occupancy Application.
- You will receive a response from us at HCH.
During your visit we will have printed forms for you which you can return to us at a later date (or download and print from the links above). When you are ready to apply, the forms can be dropped off, or mailed to us at the address below.
Holland Christian Homes
7900 McLaughlin Road South
When you are alerted that an apartment is available, a Medical Application for Independent Living at the Towers is to be completed and submitted by your Doctor.
A Note About Availability
We invite you to identify the tower in which you’d prefer to reside. However, due to the number of applicants and varying availability, unfortunately not all requests can be honoured. Your best approach is to apply early! Wait times for new tenants varies, depending on the type of apartment selected.
A HOME AWAITS YOU AT HCH
THE TOWERS – INDEPENDENT LIVING
There are six apartment towers offering independent residential living units in a variety of styles, sizes and finishes at HCH. They include Covenant, Hope, King, Peace, Providence, and Trinity Towers.
THE MANORS – LONG TERM CARE
Faith and Grace Manors which provide 24-hour medical care and nursing to 240 residents are our long-term care facilities and are regulated under the Long Term Care Act and the Ontario Ministry of Health.