Supportive housing helps people who live with disabilities, chronic health issues or addictions and mental illness lead stable lives in the community. Support staff, including personal support workers and case coordinators, help people maintain a stable tenancy, develop social connections, and prevent loss of housing. Decent housing is a foundation for a stable life. For many people, supportive housing makes the difference between having that stability and being homeless.
Recent blog posts
- Welcome Steps on Supportive Housing and Mental Health
- What does the federal budget do for affordable housing in Ontario?
- 3 Steps Closer to Equitable Housing in Ontario
Recent research publications
- Building on Collaboration: Learnings from Toronto’s Supportive Housing System
- Needs assessment: Justice-focused mental health supportive housing
- New resource guide on Housing for People with Mental Health and Addictions Issues Now Available