Bellevue

Bellevue is one of our supportive housing sites; it is a three‐storey, century old, framed building consisting of 26 bachelor and two single-units. All the suites are unique. The building…

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Better Living Centre Shelter

Commonly viewed as the big pink building at the corner of Wellington and Strachan, Strachan House is a former textile factory that was converted into housing in 1996. Inspired by the former Homes First project StreetCity, Strachan uses a low-barrier and assertive tolerance approach to serve those who have been street involved and chronically homeless for years. Strachan House consists of 12 houses, each with their own kitchen, bathrooms and common area. Strachan houses 83 individuals in private units, and 5 in emergency shelter beds. In 1999 Levitt Goodman Architects, the architects behind Strachan’s unique interior, were awarded the Governor General’s Medal of Excellence for its design.

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Read more about the article Brandon House
Brandon House & Northcote are rooming houses with shared facilities for single men who are referred by the City’s Streets to Homes. The properties contain five and six units, respectively. (Northcote is pictured here).

Brandon House

Brandon House & Northcote are rooming houses with shared facilities for single men who are referred by the City’s Streets to Homes. The properties contain five and six units, respectively. (Northcote is pictured here).

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Huron

Huron is one of our supportive housing sites; it is a three-storey, century old brick building consisting of 10 partially self‐contained bachelor units located in the Annex neighbourhood. Toronto Community…

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Read more about the article Jarvis House
Jarvis House is one of our oldest properties. It provides shared accommodation for 24 men. There is a strong sense of community as reflected in the friendly atmosphere and participation at house meetings and organized events.

Jarvis House

Jarvis House is one of our supportive housing sites; it is located near Jarvis and Dundas, is owned by TCH and the building and tenant support services are managed by…

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Read more about the article Meegwetch Place
Meegwetch Place has 14 townhouses for families and 50 bachelor, one and two-bedroom apartments. Occupying a small block in the west-end of Toronto, residents are part of a diverse and vibrant community that speaks 19 languages. “Meegwetch” means “Thank you” in the First Nations language of the Ojibway.

Meegwetch Place

Meegwetch is one of our supportive housing sites; it is a five-storey brick apartment building with a total of 50 units and a townhouse complex consisting of 14 brick and…

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