Extreme cold weather and 24-hour drop-ins, street outreach, emergency shelters and help to find a home.
More than 340 community not-for-profit agencies work with the City to help vulnerable residents find, keep and live in affordable and permanent housing.
The City oversees subsidized housing provided by 240 community organizations. Homes for about 265,000 Torontonians, 164,000 in City-owned Toronto Community Housing.
The City has extended two continuous cold weather drop-in services, which have been available on a continuous basis for most of the winter, until April 15, and a third until March 18. More
Responding to the need for safe places for those experiencing homelessness during the coldest days of the year, the City is funding Margaret's, an experienced community agency, to operate an overnight drop-in program at the St. Lawrence CRC in the City's downtown east side. Learn more about the City's cold weather drop-ins.
City Council has approved the 2017 operating and capital budgets, including the divisional budgets for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA). Find out what SSHA will be doing with the increased resources entrusted to it by Council.