This report describes findings from the Implementation Evaluation phase of the Toronto Site. It describes the context and pathways by which the MHCC intervention works (refer to Appendix A for description of local project context: site description, characteristics of homelessness situation, and description of Care as Usual). The purpose of this report is threefold: (1) to highlight key program components for the Housing First/ACT and Housing First/ICM models, as well as the unique anti-racism/anti-oppression (AR/AO) framework utilized by the Housing First/Ethnoracial ICM intervention; (2) to describe the process of implementation at the Toronto Site, including its context, relationships, structures and resources; and, (3) to highlight ongoing program adaptations and innovations in response to changes in the larger community environment.
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