Hastings Housing Resource Centre:
The Intensive Case Management Program
The Intensive Case Management Program provides one-on-one intensive housing supports and services from an Intensive Case Manager (ICM) to clients who are homeless, chronically homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless to locate stable, safe, and affordable housing.
The ICM completes an individualized assessment with the client and develops a client-centred housing action plan to assist each client with meeting their housing needs.
The ICM also provides housing counselling, education, and information to clients (including budgeting, life and housing retention skills) and assists clients with housing related transportation, viewings, landlord negotiations/mediations, furniture acquisition, and moving supports if needed.
Once housing is secured, stabilization and support services are provided and followed-up at 1 month, 3 months, 7 months, and 12 months to ensure the housing action plan remains current to the clients needs.
Contact Bailey Beattie, Intensive Case Manager at 613-476-6456 ext. 677 (office), 613-438-4606 (cell – call/text) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bailey is located at the Picton Career Edge office at 141 Main Street, Unit 103, from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
Prince Edward County Affordable Housing Corporation
Visit Prince Edward County Affordable Housing Corporation online to apply for affordable rental housing. Applications are open now to County residents for bachelor through 3-bedroom units.
Subsidized housing units are available throughout Prince Edward County. This type of housing is intended for people with the lowest level of income, usually fixed government benefits. The application is based on your income and assets.
Some subsidized housing units are directly operated by Prince Edward Lennox and Addington Social Services (PELASS) and some are operated by non-profit housing providers. PELASS manages the waitlist for all subsidized housing units unless otherwise stated. Visit PELASS online to learn more about applying for subsidized housing.
14a-14b Barker Street, Picton
Type: Family Duplex
1-28 Disraeli Street, Picton
Type: Family Duplexes
113 Mary Street, Picton
Type: Adult Building
Twin Pines, 16 Lake Street, Picton
Type: Adult Building
Harmony Homes, 42 Downes Avenue, Picton
Hillside Villa, 2 Richmond Street, Picton
Type: Family Rowhouses
Wellington Legion Manor Corp
68 Maple Street, Wellington
Note: Wellington Legion Manor Corp manages its own waitlist. Contact 613.399.3443
Rent-Geared-to-Income (RGI) housing is a type of housing assistance sometimes referred to as social housing or subsidized renting. This type of housing is for households with less income, usually a mix of fixed government benefits and employment income. If you are determined eligible, RGI housing allows you to pay rent calculated at about 30 per cent of your total income.
In Prince Edward County, RGI units are owned and operated by Prince Edward – Lennox & Addington Social Services (PELASS), non-profit housing providers, and private landlords.
PELASS administers a waiting list for all RGI units in Prince Edward County. The wait list for RGI Housing in this area is typically 4-7 years.
You must complete an application in order to be placed on the RGI housing wait list.
How to Apply:
Application for Rent-Geared-to-Incoming Housing
Special Priority Application Package for people who need somewhere else to live because they experience intimate partner violence.
Prince Edward – Lennox & Addington Social Services
229 Picton Main Street Picton, Ontario, K0K 2T0
Call 613.354.0957 (press 2)
Toll Free 1.866.354.0957 (press 2)