Building Hope, Home and Community

for men, women, and families throughout Durham Region

Transitional Housing

Our transitional housing has a compliment of ten bachelor units. All of the units are rent-geared-to-income units and are located at our Simcoe Street location. These are very simple units that begin the transition toward greater independent living, housing stability and tenancy. Individuals can then  transition to apartments with all the amenities. The supports provided to our transitional tenants are available twenty-four hours a day and are generally more intensive as this is their first step in the continuum.

“Our belief is that those who do not have a home are unable to stabilize and become healthy until their basic needs are met.”

Housing Manager

Our Holistic Approach

In addition to providing a case worker for tenants in our housing programs, we offer:
  • Physical and mental health needs
  • Referrals for help with addiction
  • Help with landlord issues
  • Nutrition and hygiene
  • Medical appointments
  • Securing identification
  • Anger management
  • Help securing work skills and income
  • Cooking classes and shopping
  • Recreational events and art therapy
  • VOICES CRF Support Group

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