and inclusion for everyone.
Highland Community Residential Services (HCRS) is dedicated to the creation and growth of homes,
programs, and support networks with people who have intellectual disabilities or mental health challenges.
Dear Friends, HCRS exists to foster belonging, personal growth, independence, and quality of life with people with an intellectual disability or mental illness. We have been celebrating abilities, creating opportunities, and building inclusion in Pictou County since 1977. To mark our 40th Anniversary, we are hosting “A Day in the Life of HCRS” photo exhibit, featuring the photography of Christine Whelan- Hachey of Wonkyeye Photography. Please join us to hear some of the stori
Doreen Lee has been described as a social butterfly. One of Doreen’s favourite things to do is to socialize with friends and family. She never misses an opportunity to be out and about; her laugh and smile immediately draw people to her. Seeing how naturally she takes to new situations, it’s hard to imagine that life wasn’t always like this for Doreen, but when she first joined the HCRS assisted living community a decade ago she was a very different person. “For the most part