Housing First programs offer people experiencing homelessness and mental health problems access to quality independent housing and supports.
We’re exploring the impacts of partner violence on women’s housing stability, health and wellbeing.
We helped bring academic researchers from a range of disciplines together with community agencies to create REACH 3, a cross-Canada alliance to research housing, homelessness and health.
In our first year, our CATCH program linked almost 200 people who were homeless and recovering from illness to services like family medicine, psychiatry, case management, transitional housing and peer support.
Evidence from a CRICH report was tabled by the City of Toronto Housing Opportunities Action Plan for Affordable Housing, in its proposal to demolish and rebuild Seaton House.