If you or someone you know needs support to access a safe, affordable place to live in Hamilton, many different emergency and affordable housing options are available. Whether you are looking for an emergency, short-term, or long-term housing solution, HelpSeeker makes it quick and easy to find the help you need. It’s free, anonymous, and accessible in 23 languages.
Good Shepherd Centre - Emergency Shelter
Emergency overnight accommodation for up to 60 men, including meals and laundry services, case management and referrals to appropriate community resources, a hot meal program for anyone in need…
9-bed emergency shelter for homeless women 18 years and older who may experience difficulty accessing the shelter system…
For those experiencing domestic abuse or violence, emergency housing programs offer temporary support with housing needs and other services.
Halton Women’s Place - Emergency Shelter - Burlington
Halton Women’s Place strives to provide a safe and comfortable place to stay for all self-identified women (16 years of age and older) and their children fleeing domestic violence. Two short-term emergency shelters are available in the Halton Region, one in Milton and one in Burlington…
Interval House - Emergency Shelter
A safe emergency shelter for women with or without children fleeing abuse/violence…
These housing programs offer housing for seniors, people with disabilities, or others who need extra help and support services for their daily living.
Community Living - Group Home
Group Homes provide a residential setting of 24-hour support for clients with varying levels of independence and support needs. These safe environments allow clients to develop life skills while having assistance with their daily activities…
Heritage Green Seniors Centre
Heritage Green Seniors Centre provides independent living houses for seniors over 59 years. One-bedroom apartments are eligible for city rent geared to income subsidy…
Good Shepherd - Regina’s Place
Bridging the Gap - Bridge House
Bridging the Gap offers Transitional Housing for Youth in Halton between 16 and 24 years of age. Potential residents of the Bridge House program must complete an application and interview process to determine their ability to live cooperatively with peers under minimal supervision…
Housing programs increase housing access and provide financial assistance through subsidized housing with below-market rent for low-income individuals or families or rent that is geared towards your household income (RGI). These include property managers, housing providers, housing co-ops and community homes. Some low-income housing providers may have a waiting list.
First Place Hamilton - Subsidized Living
First Place Hamilton is owned and operated by CityHousing Hamilton (CHH). CHH provides affordable housing that is safe, well maintained, cost-effective and supports the diverse needs of our many communities…
Indwell Community Homes
Indwell creates and operates affordable housing communities that support people seeking health, wellness and belonging. Indwell’s affordable housing programs primarily support individuals with low incomes and disabilities (primarily mental health). The affordable housing continuum offered by Indwell includes a wide range of supportive housing options…
Housing Payment & Landlord/Tenant Support
Housing Help Centre for Hamilton and Area
Hamilton Community Legal Clinic - Tenant Rights Legal Services
Tenants most frequently have problems with their landlord if they face eviction due to not paying their rent on time or causing some damage or a disturbance. Tenants often need to get repairs done to their apartment and are not sure how to go about it given the relevant by-laws…
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