A 15 bed emergency shelter, designed for women and their children, fleeing from domestic violence, dangerous situations, or experiencing homelessness.
Wayside House of Hamilton Location. A long-term residential addiction treatment facility for males and transitional male youth with a 20 bed capacity. Part of the Shelter Health Network.
A housing program supporting individuals experiencing episodic or chronic homelessness in acquiring and maintaining safe, affordable, and stable housing in Hamilton.
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 general health services and addiction services to people in Hamilton who do not have stable housing.
A location of March of Dimes Canada's Non-Profit Housing Corporation, providing housing to people with high care needs.
A team of midwives and a physician available to help decrease barriers to prenatal care for women in Hamilton accessing the shelter system, providing 24/7 on-call, mobile prenatal and post-partum care.
Provides foot care services to people in Hamilton who do not have stable housing.
Provides mental health services to people in Hamilton who do not have stable housing.
Provides general health services to youth in Hamilton who do not have stable housing.