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Menno Home

Residential care in Abbotsford

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Menno Home is a two-level residence divided into four units complete with a common dining and meeting area, and access to an outside patio and park-like courtyard. The available resident/family common areas vary; however, all residents can use common visiting areas throughout the building.  Owned and operated by the Mennonite Benevolent Society.

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Access to subsidized residential care units is through a Home Health assessment. For more information on subsidized units, contact the Home Health office nearest you. Please do not contact the Operator directly regarding subsidized units.

For information on market units, please refer to the Seniors Housing Information Program (SHIP) directory.

Building amenities

A part-time social worker is available to address the concerns of residents and families.

Language, culture, religious affiliations

Menno Home has a full-time chaplain providing individual spiritual support and conducts or directs interdenominational worship/chapel services.

Accreditation status

Accreditation is an external peer review process to assess and improve the services health care organizations provide to their patients and clients, based on standards of excellence set by Accreditation Canada or the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Philosophy of care

Care programs and activities are sensitive to the uniqueness of each resident and seek to support them in an environment to enhance their abilities within the available resources of the residence. Quality resident care includes the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health, the prevention of illness, the alleviation of suffering and the provision of a peaceful, comfortable death when life can no longer be sustained.

Type of accommodation

Total beds:  196; 173 publicly subsidized residential care beds, 22 special care beds, 1 respite bed. 

Basics include basic furniture and amenities.

You may also bring a small TV and additional furniture such as a small chest of drawers.

Items to bring include personal clothing; specific directions on suitable clothing choices are given to residents/family on admission. If a permanent wheelchair is required as per occupational therapist assessment, the resident/family will be requested to purchase one. There are minimal needs for a resident to have cash – additional costs for such things as hairdressing, bus trips or tuck cart purchases can be billed directly to a resident’s account.


Residents pay 80% of their after-tax income which covers the cost of food and accommodation.

Special recreation opportunities

Recreation programs are provided for all units.


We can accommodate motorized scooters, however we have very limited storage space. Our facility is wheelchair accessible.

Pet policy

One pet, a cat named “Miss Kitty”, resides permanently in the East units. Pet visits are managed through the recreation program.

Smoking policy

Smoking areas are provided in outside areas only and are restricted to those residents able to manage this activity safely. Menno Home is moving toward becoming a non-smoking campus.

Safety/security features

Menno Home has systems to address the safety needs of residents who are at risk of elopement and include a special care unit and two secured units, and bracelet monitoring system.

Neighbourhood/community amenities

Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Menno Hospital nearby.  Mill Lake a short drive away.

Facility-specific restrictions

Provides 24-hour professional nursing services to people who are no longer able to stay at home safely.  Can accommodate residents requiring dementia care.

Any other amenities

On-site beauty salon and pharmacy. Residents have access to a dental hygienist, physiotherapist, occupational therapist and a rehabilitation assistant at no charge. A foot-care nurse visits regularly to provide services; residents are responsible for this cost.  Special care unit on same site.

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