By Ashley Van Der Mark, Improvement Advisor It’s 2022: a new year, a fresh start filled with hope and possibility. It’s that feeling of writing on the first page of … More
Medicine Hat made history this month as the first city in Canada to end chronic homelessness. Learn more about how the Built for Zero Canada community did it. This blog … More
Over the last year, this Built for Zero Canada community has reduced chronic youth homelessness by nearly half since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This blog is a part of our … More
Built for Zero communities from across Canada are celebrating both large and small victories thanks to their unwavering efforts to end homelessnessÔÇöeven in the face of a pandemic. This blog … More
TorontoÔÇÖs Shelter System Flow data will help provide a better understanding of who is experiencing homelessness and how people enter and exit the shelter system. Not only is this data … More
Experimenting with, adapting, and improving new technologies is helping these Built for Zero Canada communities improve their collaborative and coordinated outreach. This blog is a part of our Bright Spot … More
Thanks to collaboration and determination, Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness confirms London has achieved functional zero veteran homelessness London has made history as the first community in Canada to … More
During challenging times such as these, a mindset of abundance over scarcity is more important than ever.┬á By Marie Morrison, Director, Built for Zero Canada A scarcity mindset … More
The new By-Name List Scorecard 2.0 launched December 4, 2018.┬á All 20,000 Homes Campaign communities are asked to take the new scorecard by January 31, 2018 and then continue to … More
WindsorÔÇÖs approach to solving homelessness was praised at the Windsor Essex National Housing Day forum Nov. 19, during a panel aimed to dispel myths about homelessness.
The city is one of 38 communities that will benefit from $885,000 in federal funding to extend the 20,000 Homes Campaign, which was developed by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.
The Canadian government will allow ÔÇ£grassrootsÔÇØ anti-poverty organizations to develop plans to reduce homelessness in a more flexible manner to receive the necessary funding as part of its revamped homelessness strategy introduced in June.