The following programs have been approved to deliver services starting October 1. All applications were carefully evaluated by the City’s Housing Secretariat through a comprehensive review process.
The Housing Focused Client Supports funding opportunity is made up of the following categories: Follow-Up Support and Service-Specific Case Management Programs.
Follow-up support programs help individuals and households exiting homelessness to work towards continued housing stability. These tailored, in-person supports meet the unique strengths and needs of each household while assisting their transition from shelter or outdoors into permanent, safe homes. Clients may access different housing options, including private market units, social housing and shared accommodation settings. Follow-up supports help people connect to their community and provide linkages to ongoing services, supports and resources that help ensure successful housing outcomes. Services are provided with a Housing First approach.
Service-specific case management programs provide unique services to people who have difficulty remaining housed to support them with their goal of housing sustainability, including services to stabilize housing when needed. Services include, but are not limited to personal support worker services, occupational therapy services, trusteeship services, harm reduction supports, support for collecting behaviours, etc. Services are provided with a Housing First approach.
|2SLGBTQ+ Housing Support Services||519 Church Street Community Centre|
Follow up Supports
ACSA Voluntary Trusteeship Project
|Agincourt Community Services Association|
ANS Follow-Up Program
Albion Trusteeship Services Project
|Albion Neighbourhood Services|
|Providing Navigation and Case Management Services to Francophones exiting homelessness||Centre francophone du Grand Toronto|
|Housing Follow-Up Supports||Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre|
|COSTI Streets to Homes Follow-Up||COSTI Immigrant Services|
Follow-Up – High and Medium Intensity Supports
Housing with Supports
Community Case Management Pilot Project
Family and Natural Support Program
|Covenant House Toronto|
|Case Management||The Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto Branch|
|The “You Got This” Program||Eva’s Initiatives for Homeless Youth|
|BIPOC Housing Support for People Living with HIV/AIDS||Fife House Foundation Inc.|
|Enhanced Housing Support Program||Fred Victor Centre|
|Follow Up Supports||Good Shepherd Refuge Social Ministries|
|Critical Time Intervention Mental Health (CTI-MH) Follow-Up Program||Homes First Society|
|Follow Up Supports||Houselink Community Homes|
|Big Eya Wah Anduyaun||Na-Me-Res (Native Men’s Residence)|
|NCCT Youth Homes For Good Program||Native Canadian Centre of Toronto|
Street Survivors Follow-Up and Enhanced Supports
Voluntary Trustee Program
|The Neighbourhood Group Community Services|
|NIP Voluntary Housing Trusteeship Program||NIP Information Post|
|Homelessness to Housing||Mainstay Housing|
Follow Up Support – Collaborative Care Team
PARC’s Money Matters – Trustee Services
|Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre|
|Follow-up Supports: Developing life skills and community connections||Reconnect Community Health Services|
|Follow Up Community Support Work||Sistering: A Woman’s Place|
|Pathways to Independence: Through Housing Stability||Street Haven at the Crossroads|
|Housing Stability Case Management||West Neighbourhood House (Formerly The St. Christopher House)|
|Unison Follow-up supports||Unison Health and Community Services|
|Toronto Hoarding Support Services||VHA Home HealthCare|
|Follow-up Supports Program||Wigwamen Incorporated|
|Black Racialized Francophones – Finding a Home||La Passerelle – I.D.E|
If you are interested in learning more about the services that will be offered or if your organization would like to collaborate by initiating a formal or informal partnership, please contact the organizations above directly. Contact information for each organization can be found on the organization’s website.
Successful applicants engage with people who are exiting homelessness to provide time-specified case management and facilitate ongoing housing stability.
Follow up support staff members must have:
Follow up support programs must:
Successful applicants engage with people who have difficulty remaining housed by providing case management services that solve unique challenges to their housing sustainability.
Service-specific case management staff members must have:
Service-specific case management programs must: