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Housing Support

Community Support Services for Women & Children

Available as part of Good Shepherd’s Women’s Services; Violence Against Women Community Counselling, Child & Youth Counselling, Wellness Program, Learning Effective Anti-Violence in Families (LEAF), Legal Advocate, Family Court Support Worker, Good Shepherd Health Clinic, Comfort Foot Care.

Details 905-523-8895
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Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Hamilton

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc. provides supportive housing in Hamilton. Tenants are typically those with mental or physical disabilities, victims of domestic violence and seniors, men, women and families.

Details 905-528-5188
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HOMES

HOMES (Housing with On-site, Mobile and Engagement Services) is a supportive housing program funded by the Ministry of Health and the Local Health Integration Network. HOMES provides housing and supports to people living with mental health issues who have experienced homelessness or are at risk of being homeless. 

Details 905-528-3655

Martha House

Martha House is a secure and accessible, 40-bed emergency shelter for women and their children who are homeless and fleeing violence and abuse. Programs & Services; safe, short-term accommodation for women and their children in private family-style units, safety planning and emergency transportation to the shelter, if needed, referrals and advocacy for legal, medical, financial, employment, housing and community services.

Details 905-523-8895

Regina’s Place

Regina’s Place is home to young moms and their children. Mothers aged 21 and younger, who are confronted with enormous responsibilities as they raise their babies, live in one of 15 fully furnished, subsidized transitional housing apartments. Originally opened as Angela’s Place, it was renamed Regina’s Place in June 2017 as a tribute to the memory of the late Sister Regina Brunelle. 

Details 905-549-4276

The Family Centre

The Family Centre is a housing focused shelter for families experiencing homelessness in the Hamilton area. All of our services and supports are focused on helping families secure housing in a timely manner. Shelter diversion and eviction prevention services are also available to families that qualify. Our specialized housing staff work with each family to create a housing plan with a 30-day goal.

Details 905-528-9442

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