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ORGANIZATION: County of Dufferin
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

2016 results due to the implementation of the 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan. 

ORGANIZATION: Dufferin County
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2015

2015 results of the implementation of the 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan. 

ORGANIZATION: Dufferin County
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2014

Results of the implementation of the 10 year housing and homelessness plan as of 2014. 

 

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

Homelessness data summary and an outline of Greater Sudbury approach to supporting those who are experiencing homelessness. 

ORGANIZATION: Community Advisory Board on Homelessness
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2014

A seven day count was conducted between January 28th, 2015 and February 3rd, 2015. Surveys were conducted with people at 31 different service locations within the core and outlying areas of Greater Sudbury. The count was extended to food banks, meal services, and outlying areas until February 27th, 2015. The survey tool allowed for identification and removal of duplicate cases. This report card outlines the findings of that count. 

ORGANIZATION: The Community Advisory Board on Homelessness
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2013

Outline of what the City of Greater Sudbury has in place to address the needs of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  

ORGANIZATION: Canada Without Poverty
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

Although the direct cost of poverty for the Government of Prince Edward Island (PEI) has been calculated at almost $100 million per year (with additional indirect costs of $220 million),1 the government has not made additional commitments to ending poverty in the province since the expiry of its poverty plan in 2015. The previous poverty plan, entitled Social Action Plan to Reduce Poverty, was created in response to a commitment in the...

ORGANIZATION: Toronto Foundation
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

Ten issue areas and hundreds of data points over 15 years. That’s what Toronto Foundation has tracked since the 2001 launch of Toronto’s Vital Signs.

Vital Signs – our report on the quality of life in Toronto – has been a welcome and necessary addition to this city and is read by a million people each year. The report also spurred a global movement: Vital Signs has been replicated in more than 80 communities worldwide.

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ORGANIZATION: City of Peterborough
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

This report is to provide an update on our enhancements to customer service. We will be alternating the focus of reports with the first and third reports continuing to cover overall data, financials and statistics; while the second and fourth reports will focus on Customer Service enhancements and Quality Assurance initiatives of the Division.

 

ORGANIZATION: The City of Peterborough
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016
Housing and Homelessness Plan "Progress Report 2016"

The ...

ORGANIZATION: Alliance to End Homelessness
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

Ottawa’s Ten-Year Housing and Homelessness Plan (2014-2023) includes a number of commitments and targets to achieve by 2024. By focusing on an increase in affordable housing options and on ensuring people get the support they need, the Plan envisions fewer emergency shelter stays overall – and stays of 30 days or less (an end to chronic homelessness) – by 2024. To ensure progress, the Alliance measures annual change in several areas related...

ORGANIZATION: District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2015

Annual homelessness report for the city of Nipissing. 

The District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board (DNSSAB) approved a strategic plan that defined choices that would effect change in the...

ORGANIZATION: City of London
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

Emergency Shelters

Emergency shelters play a vital role in the continuum of services available to homeless individuals and families.  Residing in an emergency shelter is intended to provide immediate and overnight accommodation and basic needs for individuals and families who have no permanent address.

ORGANIZATION: Essential Skills Ontario
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2014

The Region of Durham is situated just east of the City of Toronto in the highly developed and populated economic centre of Ontario that stretches from Oshawa to Niagara Falls. It is comprised of the urban municipalities of Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa and Clarington as well as the rural areas of Scugog, Brock and Uxbridge. Durham Region encompasses an area of approximately 2,590 square kilometres (1,000 square miles). The region’s...

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

At Home in Durham, the Durham Housing Plan 2014-2024, is an extension of the Region’s commitment to affordable housing set out in Growing Together, the Durham Region Strategic Plan 2009-2014 and the Regional Official Plan. It is an integrated housing plan that lays out the Region’s vision for housing during the next 10 years, and aligns this vision with the requirement for a housing and homelessness plan under the Housing Services Act and...

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

At Home in Durham, the Durham Housing Plan 2014-2024, was approved by Regional Council in June 2014. The plan lays out the Region’s long-term vison for housing and addresses the challenges and opportunities in providing suitable and affordable housing options that meet the needs of all people in Durham.

At Home in Durham focuses on four key goals related to housing and homelessness in our communities:

1) End homelessness...

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

This is the 8th Report on Homelessness in Fredericton. This Report is released by the Community Action Group on Homelessness (CAGH), a joint community initiative of homeless- serving non-profits, government representatives, and community leaders working collaboratively to end homelessness in Fredericton.

In the summer of 2015, the CAGH released The Road Home: A Plan to End Homelessness in Fredericton which lays out a road map to...

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2012

In 1989, the Federal House of Commons unanimously agreed to seek an end to child poverty in Canada by the year 2000. This goal has not been achieved. In 2010, 14.5% of Canadian children lived in poverty.

The Campaign 2000 initiative has been encouraging provinces to take action to eliminate child poverty. It has also worked to remind the public and the federal government of the promise that was made to our children twenty-three...

RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2012

The Saint John portion of the report card was prepared by Kathryn Asher, Researcher with the Human Development Council, on behalf of the Greater Saint John Homelessness Steering Committee. The Human Development Council is a social planning council that co-ordinates and promotes social development in Greater Saint John. The Greater...

ORGANIZATION: The School of Public Policy
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

In 2008, Calgary embarked on a 10-year plan to address homelessness. This report cart provides measures of the progress made in that regard. 

Despite rapid population growth, the number of single adults staying in Calgary’s emergency shelters is trending downward.

Since 2008 the number of stays in emergency shelters, measured as a percentage of Calgary’s adult population, has fallen by nearly 40%. This success has been achieved...

ORGANIZATION: City of Grand Prairie
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

Alberta's 7 largest cities work together to track, compare and learn from our achievements in four key Housing First outcome areas. This report outlines what Grande Prairie accomplished in 2015-16.

ORGANIZATION: City of Grande Prairie
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

In 2009 Grande Prairie adopted a Housing First approach to help people find housing, stabilize their lives, connect with the community and maintain housing long term. In the intervening years, over 1000 stories of people walking out of homelessness into a home have unfolded. Every person that has come into the Housing First program has shown courage, strength and resolve and we are fortunate to have been a part of their journey. Homeless...

ORGANIZATION: Nelson Committee on Homelessness
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

This Report Card focuses on mental health and substance use issues: who is affected, causes, the connections between mental health problems and substance use and their relationship to homelessness, and how the community is working to address these issues and the rising opioid crisis.

It explores the lives of people in our community living with these issues and the stigma they feel and the barriers they face – in their daily lives,  ...

ORGANIZATION: Region of Waterloo
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2013

The Homelessness to Housing Stability 2012 Data Summary Report captures key indicators around homelessness and housing in Waterloo Region, to demonstrate the possible economic and structural barriers to housing stability for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of housing loss in our community. This report compares 2008 (the year the recession began in Canada) and 2012 (the most recent full year of data and a point when the effects of...

ORGANIZATION: Region of Waterloo
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2014

The Homelessness to Housing Stability 2013 Data Summary Report captures key indicators around homelessness and housing in Waterloo Region, in an effort to demonstrate the possible economic and structural barriers to housing stability for people at risk or experiencing homelessness in our community.

ORGANIZATION: Region of Waterloo
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2015

This Data Summary is provided by Region of Waterloo Housing Services to help inform the community of current trends in housing and homelessness in Waterloo Region. It covers topics such as emergency shelter use, income, rental housing affordability and availability, and supportive housing.

ORGANIZATION: Region of Waterloo
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

The Region of Waterloo Housing Services has produced the 2016/17 Housing Stability Data Summary to inform the community of current trends in housing and homelessness in Waterloo Region. The Data Summary includes information for the last three years on emergency shelter use, income, rental housing affordability and...

ORGANIZATION: Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2017

Moncton shelters saw an overall drop in the number of individuals accessing their services in 2016 with 759 different individuals booking in to beds; a drop of 7%. This is good news for the region, however, even though there are less overall users within the shelter system, Moncton shelters are seeing people stay longer when they do come. The average length of stay per admission increased to 6.07 days in 2016 from 5.55 days in 2015. When...

ORGANIZATION: Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, Family Service Toronto, Social Planning Toronto, Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016
Toronto Child & Family Poverty Report Card - November 2016

On the eve of potential cuts to city programs and services, a new report has found that Toronto has the highest percentage of children living in low-income families of any large urban area in Canada.

The report, an update to the previously released The Hidden Epidemic: A Report...

ORGANIZATION: Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee
RESOURCE TYPE: Report Card
PUBLICATION DATE: 2016

The Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee is an inter-agency committee representing 20 agencies in Greater Moncton that work with the homeless population and those at risk of becoming homeless as well as representatives of the three levels of government. Established in 2000, the GMHSC provides leadership and coordinates communication among stakeholders and service providers to ensure the implementation of the Greater Moncton...

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