Our History

1974 The Hellenic Home for the Aged was incorporated.
1986 Phase I was built which consisted of 150 independent living seniors’ apartments and a gathering area, the Estia, for the tenants and the community.
1994 The Hellenic Home opened its Phase II facility consisting of 82 long-term care beds. Seventy-five  additional independent living seniors’ apartments were also built.
1995 The St. Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Chapel was built to fulfill the spiritual needs of our seniors residing in the apartments and in the long-term care facility. The Hellenic Home addressed their evolving healthcare needs of our seniors residing in the independent living apartments by implementing the Supportive Housing Department.
2004 Hellenic Home opened our new 128-bed Long-Term Care facility in Scarborough.
2007 The Adult Day Program located at the Toronto site was opened to provide social, recreational and therapeutic service for older adults with physical frailty and/or cognitive impairment along with respite services to their caregivers.
2010 The Hellenic Home reached a new milestone  in providing for the spiritual needs of our seniors and enhancing their quality of life – the completion of the Saints Kyrillos and Methodios Chapel at our Scarborough Long-Term Care facility.