Transitional housing in a supportive, culturally based home environment for women, with or without children, who are fleeing abuse, experiencing homelessness, or seeking refuge in Canada.
A shared accommodation residence which houses four people with high care needs. Provides 24-hour attendant services, advocacy, and extensive life skills training to adults with physical disabilities.
Supports Indigenous youth who are exiting systems such as Child Protection Services, Justice, Healthcare, or youth whose personal safety may be at risk by providing them with immediate access to housing that is safe, affordable, and appropriate, w
A historical building in Hamilton that houses the Workers Arts Heritage Centre.
Provides general health services to people in Hamilton who do not have stable housing and do not have a family doctor. Care is available at many locations in the city, with a schedule available online.
Operates five subsidized housing projects to meet the needs of families, seniors, and persons with disabilities.
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.
A team of professionals offering care to individuals living with, or at risk of acquiring Hepatitis C. Provides support and comprehensive services to clients throughout the treatment process.
Offers affordable housing and rental units at 20% below the average market rate, includes two buildings with one reserved exclusively for older adults.
Local office of Access to Housing, a non-profit organization that operates as an access point for subsidized housing in Hamilton.