Rideaucrest Home is a City-owned, non-profit long-term care facility. It overlooks Kingston's beautiful inner harbour just three blocks from the city's downtown core.
Rideaucrest offers 170 bright, climate-controlled, single-resident rooms. Its gathering and activity spaces are equipped with modern and accessible comforts aimed at supporting and enriching the lives of residents.
A rich history in Kingston
Rideaucrest has been at 175 Rideau St. since 1993. The City's original long-term care home was a stone building built in 1935 on Montreal Street.
The home expanded three times between 1956 and 1967, to become a 256-bed facility providing care and services to elderly residents. In 1985, a study looked at the need to renovate the space and modernize services, paving the way for the new Rideaucrest Home to be built.
Mission, Vision & Values
Rideaucrest Home supports meaningful living through the delivery of respectful, quality care to the residents and families of our community.
Rideaucrest provides a welcoming and supportive environment that respects and cares for the residents, family and staff that live, work and visit our home.
Professional, Devoted, Collaborative, Dignified care for each individual.
Rideaucrest Home is proud to have registered auxiliary volunteers providing service to the residents.
Volunteers augment the services of the staff and bring greater Kingston community indoors to the residents residing in the Home. For more information on how to become a volunteer at Rideaucrest, please contact the Manager of Volunteer Services at 613-530-2818 ext. 4225 or download a volunteer package.