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2016. The At Home/ Chez Soi Project: Cross- Site Report on the Sustainability of Housing and Support Programs Implemented. Geoffrey Nelson, Rachel Caplan, Tim MacLeod, Eric Macnaughton, Paula Goering & Myra Piat. Mental Health Commission of Canada National Qualitative Research Team for the At Home/Chez Soi Project
2016. Discerning ‘Functional Zero’: Considerations for Defining and Measuring an End to Homelessness in Canada
Alina Turner; Kyle Pakeman; Tom Albanese. Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, University of Calgary School of Public Policy, Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness
2016. The At Home/ Chez Soi Project: Sustainability of Housing and Support Programs Implemented at the Moncton Site. Rebecca Cherner, John Ecker, Jennifer Rae, Tim Aubry. Mental Health Commission of Canada
2014. The State of Homelessness in Canada 2014. Written by Stephen Gaetz, Tanya Gulliver & Tim Richter. Editor: Allyson Marsolais. Toronto: The Homeless Hub Press.
2013. The State of Homelessness in Canada 2013. Written by Stephen Gaetz, Jesse Donaldson, Tim Richter, & Tanya Gulliver: Toronto: Canadian Homelessness Research Network Press.
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Did you know
Nazareth House, an emergency shelter in Moncton:
- Served 722 clients in 2015, of whom 449 were unique individuals
- Who stayed a total of 5,830 nights
- Average # of clients per night was 15.97
- Clients stayed an average of 8.07 nights
The Toronto-based HomeComing Community Choice Coalition upholds the right of people with mental illness - and anyone else who faces "Not-In-My-Back Yard" discrimination - to live where they choose. www.homecomingcoalition.com
The Homeless Hub is an innovative research library and information center focusing on homelessness issues in Canada. www.homelesshub.ca/hh
The Hidden Homeless www.hiddenhomeless.ca