Housing Stability Programs for Individuals and Families Experiencing Homelessness
If you’re experiencing homelessness and struggling to find market rent units, reliable transportation to appointments, or someone to advocate to a landlord on your behalf, our Housing Stability Team supports a caseload of individuals and families from the By-Name List. These individuals and families have completed the common assessment tool and been prioritized for this support.
What Is Housing Stability?
Our Housing Stability Team supports a caseload of individuals and families from the By-Name List. These individuals and families have completed the common assessment tools and been prioritized for this support.
Housing Stability is a recovery-oriented approach to ending homelessness that centers on quickly moving people experiencing homelessness into independent and permanent housing and then providing additional supports and services as needed.
Our Care Coordinator provides a person-centred, comprehensive approach to develop intensive care plans for individuals residing at Grace Gardens and the 24/7 Housing Focused Shelter. The goal is to develop a strong foundation for individual’s to prepare them to be successful in stabilized housing.
The Care Coordinator works to connect individuals with other community supports and partners to develop a strong wrap-around care plan. The goal of this position is to ensure our residents maintain a healthy mental state to promote longevity in success when housed.
Grace Gardens Permanent Supportive Housing
The focus of the Grace Gardens Permanent Supportive Housing initiative is to support individuals that have experienced chronic homelessness. It has been proven that people who have experienced chronic homelessness benefit from housing with 24/7 support services. These individuals often also experience mental and physical health issues and severe addiction.