Our Vision"That all persons live in a state of dignity, share in all elements of living in the community and have the opportunity to participate effectively"

Our MissionTo facilitate the participation of people with disabilities in the life of the community and its economy. This mission is addressed in the context of both advocacy activities and service provision.
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3rd Annual Time for Nine Golf Tournament
On September 14, 2017 Community Living Prince Edward is hosting their 3rd Annual Time for Nine with alittle Wine and Dine - Golf Tournament.  CLPE has invited various county food vendors and wineries to offer a unique golfing experience.  Come enjoy a day of golfing, tastings and fun. Date: September 14, 2017 Location: Wellington On The Lake
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Community Living Prince Edward Hosts 2nd Annual Mayor's Breakfast
Mayor Quaiff has once again proclaimed May as Community Living Month in Prince Edward County, which marks a provincial celebration advancing inclusion for people with an intellectual disability in the life of the community. "Inclusion means more about awareness, acceptance and everyone belonging and contributing to our society," Mayor Quaiff
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"There's No Place Like Home"

Community Living Prince Edward has been in existence for over 40 years. The Association was formed in 1965 by parents and friends who rejected the conventional wisdom which said that people with an intellectual disability belonged in institutions. They struggled to ensure a life of dignity in the community for their sons, daughters and friends. Professional staff entered the picture later when it became clear that supports outside the family home would be required to help to make the dream of inclusion a reality. Today, we are firmly established in the community, and we are part of a federation of over 100 local Community Living organizations in communities across Ontario with a total membership of over 10,000 citizens.

The name "Community Living" reflects the growing understanding that the right to live a fully integrated life within the community belongs to all. It reflects the aspirations of persons with developmental disabilities to be included in the fabric of community life.

The Association is a non-profit charitable organization governed by a Board of Directors who are elected by the membership of our association. We serve over 500 individuals with disabilities and employ some 200 staff who work at various program sites and locations throughout Prince Edward County. Our major funding sources are the Ontario Ministry of Community, Family and Children's Services and our municipality. In order to provide much needed service and support to areas of the organization which are not funded through the government, or which have been affected by recent cutbacks, the Association relies on local fund raising initiatives and donations from individuals and community organizations.

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Community Inclusion Award
In celebration of Community Living Month this coming May, Community Living Prince Edward is recognizing the contributions of a person in our .....Full Story
April 13, 2018
Share Your Home - Full Time or Part Time
Do you have a Spare Bedroom - A Granny Suite - An Apartment? Are you looking for a roommate or someone to share your home with? Community Living .....Full Story
May 12, 2017
Spark Change In Your Community
Community Living Prince Edward has joined Community Living Ontario’s provincial campaign of ‘Spark Change In Your Community’. .....Full Story
May 1, 2017
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March 18, 2017
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