Myth: People staying in encampments have rejected housing offers. Fact: Many of the housing options offered to people are not permanent forms of housing, but a temporary shelter bed, or … More
The Ontario Alliance to End Homelessness condemns the actions of the City of Toronto and the Toronto Police Services in ‘clearing’ the encampment at Trinity Bellwoods Park on June 22nd. … More
It is estimated that 105,000 households in Ontario are at risk of losing their home because they were unable to pay their rent in full during this pandemic crisis. Read … More
Housing is the first defence against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Congregate living spaces such as emergency shelters and long-term care homes are at high risk of outbreaks. Take … More
As we continue to respond to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for a potential second-wave, the Ontario Alliance to End Homelessness urges a strong prevention and housing-focused response at the center of our public health and economic recovery strategies.
The Simcoe County Alliance to End Homelessness (SCATEH) recognizes an individual’s basic need for shelter, safety and community. Without an adequate supply of affordable, low-barrier temporary, transitional, and permanent housing, … More
The Government of Ontario is considering reducing the wait time between a Board decision and an eviction order from 11 to 6 days. The Ontario Alliance to End Homelessness does not support this policy change.
With one united voice, together we can prevent and end homelessness in Ontario. Come by our booth to speak to us or email us to find out more.