An emergency 22-bed shelter for women, with or without children, who are experiencing family violence, abuse and/or human trafficking. Offers emergency shelter, a safe environment, meals, and access to support workers.
An emergency shelter for women and non-binary people, with or without children, who are experiencing domestic abuse and/or homelessness.
Services available for residents include:
Headquarters of Shelter Health Network.
A 24-hour emergency shelter providing beds for youth between 16 and 21 years of age. It provides programming and support to youth in the following manner:
Provides housing and resettlement support for refugee claimants.
Sacajawea Non-Profit Housing provides access to affordable housing for Indigenous women and their families in the Hamilton-Wentworth area.
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.
Promotes independence in living and self-determination in decision-making for individuals with serious mental illness.
Provides housing support services to individuals with serious mental illness who are involved in the criminal justice system. A rent supplement is available for participants. Goals of the program are to:
Provides services to assist individuals who are experiencing homelessness or are on a low income in finding safe and affordable housing.