Operates as an access point for subsidized housing in Hamilton. Subsidized housing is when rent is geared to the income of the recipient instead of market rates.
A multidisciplinary team offering care to individuals living with or at risk of acquiring Hepatitis C. Provides support and comprehensive services to clients throughout the treatment process. Operates as an outreach program, but will see clients
Program helps ODSP and OW recipients and people with a low income maintain their housing by providing financial assistance.
Financial assistance is available for:
Provides services to assist individuals who are experiencing homelessness or are on a low income in finding safe and affordable housing.
A financial stability program that helps low income individuals maintain affordable housing, by providing a small short-term interest free loan for last month’s rent. Loans are paid directly to the vendor or provider.
An emergency shelter for homeless or transient men.
Provides an opportunity for adults with a physical disability to live in a geared-to-income, fully accessible, one bedroom apartment. Access to essential non-medical 24 hour attendant and life skill support services.
Offers residential program in apartment-style units with early intervention for youth aged 16-21 years, experiencing or at imminent risk of homelessness, who are working or are in school with the goal of living independently.
Provides support for males and transitional male youth experiencing alcohol or drug addition. Offers advocacy, counselling, education, and life skills building activities in a substance free environment. Programs include:
Offers a place to eat, drink, and rest.
- restroom access
- hygiene supplies
- free clothing including socks and underwear
- harm reduction supplies
- referrals to social supports and housing