Project results and publications

Newsletters, studies, reports, tools and training materials are available to support homelessness-reduction efforts.

Results from funded projects

View available summaries of national projects funded under the Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS). Projects are listed by area of focus and geographic location.

Provinces and Territories

View past and ongoing funded projects by geographic location.

Families

Issue

Recent studies suggest that homelessness among families is rising in Canada. Common contributing factors include domestic abuse, poverty and a shortage of affordable housing. Many homeless families therefore need targeted supports to help them secure and maintain housing.

Projects

Youth

Issue

Youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness are a very diverse group, who often require similarly diverse and specialized services to respond to their needs. Because many of these youth are part of what is known as the “hidden homeless” population, couch-surfing or moving from one temporary residence to another, it can be difficult to identify, count, and target this group.

Projects

Others

Publications

HPS Community Plans

Find Community Plans summaries submitted by the 61 HPS designated communities.

Shelter Capacity Report

The annual Shelter Capacity Report provides capacity statistics for emergency homeless shelters, transitional housing and violence against women (VAW) shelters in Canada.

The National Shelter Study

The National Shelter Study is a national analysis using emergency shelter data to estimate the number of individuals using homeless shelters each year, and describes their demographic characteristics.

HPS in Action

HPS in Action reviews effective operational practices and provides examples of how Community Advisory Boards (CABs) and Regional Advisory Boards (RABs) are increasing their impact.

Housing First in Canada: Supporting Communities to End Homelessness ebook

The Housing First in Canada: Supporting Communities to End Homelessness ebook is available on the Homeless Hub website. It examines how this approach has been applied in Canada, the results of the Housing First implementation and how different communities made the shift from ‘treatment as usual’ to a new approach.

Bulletins

The HPS Bulletin is a thematic publication used to share findings and promising practices for the prevention and reduction of homelessness.

Tools and training materials

The Canadian Housing First Toolkit of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) was developed to assist communities that are interested in adopting the Housing First approach. Primarily based on the experiences of the At Home/Chez Soi project. The Toolkit includes tools and resources that are practical and user-friendly.

ESDC’s Literacy and Essential Skills Guide for Service Providers Assisting Homeless or At-risk Clients provides information about the many essential skills tools available to help your clients learn about the skills needed to enter the work force.

Your Financial Toolkit has been designed to help Canadians manage their personal finances. Developed by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), Investor Education Fund (IEF) and l'Autorité des Marchés financiers (AMF), the Toolkit provides information and tools that people can use to become more capable and confident financial consumers. Material is also available for organizations or trainers who wish to present the information in a workshop setting.

Raising the Roof has released a ‘one stop’ hub for resources, insights, practical help and inspiration to help youth connect with employment. Of the two Raising the Roof toolkits, the first is directed at employers interested in providing highly motivated but disadvantaged youth job training and employment opportunities. The second toolkit is for community agencies aiding the unemployed youth attempting to find their place in today’s workforce.

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