Meet Our Team

The Role of a Facilitator

A Facilitator is a committed individual who also lives within the home but insures that an environment is established and maintained within the home which fosters and allows for the practice of independent living. This person acts as a life skill coach, a friend, a roommate, a guide, a teacher, among many more other roles. Each of these are acted out with respect, patience, understanding, and without person judgment. In return the facilitator is financially compensated and given a very unique opportunity while also receiving numerous accommodations and benefits. The specific duties or roles of the facilitator may change depending on the needs of the other Journey House residents, in order to best model and assist with independent living. The facilitator must prioritize and model life skills in a manner that promotes health, productive living as well as safety and wellbeing, at all times.

Chantal Langdon – Supervisor

Chantal is not only a facilitator but she is also the Program Supervisor for Destiny’s Way Support Services. She oversees the Journey House program, as well as the adult day program, respite program, and camp program. Chantal  holds a diploma in social service work as well as years of experience working with addictions, homelessness, and people with disabilities. Being able to evaluate and meet people where they are, she works along side them to create with  specific goals and plans. Chantal is adept in providing ongoing encouragement and support to clients and their families, as they navigate through life’s many challenges.

 

Kim Nangreave – Facilitator

Kim has over 15 years of experience as a care worker in a variety of settings, including with working with vulnerable adults in long term care and vulnerable children and adults in an educational setting. She has an Intermediate Apprenticeship and Diploma in Health and Social Care, a NCFE Cache Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties, and a TQUK Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health.

 

Cody Eggleton – Facilitator

Cody joined the team in 2016 and spent his first 4 ½ years as a Journey House facilitator. After moving on to a new role as a key support worker in the Destiny’s Way Seize the Day adult program, Cody is now back for another stint as a valued Journey House Facilitator. We are very fortunate to have him back again.

Board of Directors

President – Horace Roxborough

Chair Person – Brenda Johnston

Vice-Chair – Karen Jones

Treasurer – Marguerite Black

Secretary – Patricia Filoso

Director – Emma Wicks

 

Contact Us

Journey House intakes are managed by Destiny's Way Support Services.

Please reach out to us by completing the form below.

1-888-540-2555

38 Auriga Drive Suite 200
Ottawa ON K2E 8A5

info@destinysway.ca