Shelter, Support and Housing Administration

Daily Shelter Census

July 21, 2017

To meet increasing demand for shelter the City is adding beds to existing programs, opening new shelter programs, and providing additional beds in motels, mainly for families. More than 960 beds have been added since just before Christmas 2016, including 660 new beds in motel programs.

Shelter sectorOccupancyCapacityOccupancy rate
Co-ed 407 460 88%
Men 1663 1744 95%
Women 702 717 98%
Youth 494 518 95%
Family (shelters) 762 762 100%
Family (motels)

887

1180 75%
Total 4,915 5,381

91%

July 22, 2017

Shelter sectorOccupancyCapacityOccupancy rate
Co-ed 490 545 90%
Men 1655 1744 95%
Women 698 717 97%
Youth 494 518 95%
Family (shelters) 766 766 100%
Family (motels)

884

1180 75%
Total 4,987 5,470

91%

July 23, 2017

Shelter sectorOccupancyCapacityOccupancy rate
Co-ed 492 545 90%
Men 1654 1744 95%
Women 699 717 97%
Youth 497 518 96%
Family (shelters) 766 766 100%
Family (motels)

876

1180 74%
Total 4,984 5,470

91%

Figures show average nightly occupancy by month in all City of Toronto permanent emergency shelter programs. Statistics are from the Shelter Management Information System which was in use throughout the system by Jan 2011. These numbers do not include Out of the Cold programs.