Jacques Tremblay, Action Consulting
Commissioned by the Wellesley Institute
This new research explores alternatives to shared housing as a transitional strategy for Toronto’s chronically homeless population, and exposes a fragmented and confusing system that lacks a focus in developing long term, sustainable strategies for integration into the community. Jacques Tremblay demonstrates homelessness as a health and housing problem, and calls for inter-agency cooperation and integration, as well as intra-system integration. Tremblay’s research supports harm reduction as a critical component to break the cycle of chronic homelessness, and includes several recommendations including flexible programs and program funding to meet the changing needs of real people.
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