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Casey House Receives Approval from Province to Begin Detailed Design

On October 4, Casey House received approval from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to begin the next stage in the redevelopment process. This allows us to begin detailed design of the new building.

Design work will now begin in consultation with staff and clients. A project schedule up to building occupancy will now be finalized. The construction project is scheduled to go to tender in 2014.

“Casey House appreciates the ongoing support of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Our new building will address the urgent need for a new and expanded approach to HIV/AIDS health care in Toronto,” says Guy Bethell, Chair, Casey House Board of Directors.

Read more about the Casey House Rebuilding Lives Capital Campaign, a $10 million campaign to create a new facility that will more than double our capacity to provide specialized HIV/AIDS care.