Veterans Services at Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building has been providing care and services to the 175 Veterans who live here since 1987.
We offer programs that are designed to encourage residents of Camp Hill to be as independent as possible and to enjoy the best possible quality of life. There are many opportunities for residents to participate in activities for socializing and staying active such as music therapy, gardening, baking, playing cards, celebrations, shopping trips, Legion visitations and so on.
There are seven living areas of which three focus specifically on providing care to people who are living with Alzheimer’s disease or other type of dementia. There are safety features in place to protect residents who may be unsafe if they leave Camp Hill by themselves.
This website has been prepared to help Veterans, families, professionals, students, volunteers and staff get the information that they need about Camp Hill.
Who is eligible to live at Camp Hill?
Veterans Affairs Canada is responsible for determining who is eligible to live at Camp Hill. A Veteran who served overseas in World War I, World War II or the Korean War is usually eligible.
How to make arrangements for a Veteran to live at Camp Hill?
Veterans Affairs Canada looks after the waiting list for those veterans who are able to come to live at Camp Hill. The Veteran or their family member can call their counsellor directly or call Veterans Affairs Canada at: 1-866-522-2122.
Respite Care at Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building is for eligible veterans to come to stay for a short time (up to 30 days a year). Respite Care may be used if the family who looks after the veteran will be away or is unwell. Also, if a veteran is ready to leave hospital but needs a bit more time to get well, they can use the Respite bed.