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York Region’s Community Plan to Address Homelessness has been developed in response to a new federal government initiative, the Supporting Communities Partnership Initiative. The Government of Canada announced on December 17, 1999 that $753...
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HIV prevention organizations are increasingly adopting more intensive and evidence-based strategies with the goal of protecting targeted populations from HIV infection or transmission. Thus, capacity building has moved to the forefront as a set of...
This Community Plan for the Durham area has been created to provide a long-term, comprehensive approach to homelessness in the Durham area that deals with the full range of people who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. The Community...
In November 2010, the Government of Canada committed to continuing the Homelessness Partnering Strategy until March 31, 2014. The Plan will be continued in Brandon at the 2010 funding level of $440,000 per year. Brandon and sixty other communities...
Belleville and sixty other communities designated for HPS funding are required to undertake a Community Plan evaluating the previous three years of HPS funding and establish priorities for the 2011-2014 period. Belleville's community plan is divided...
The Victoria Community Plan on Homelessness covers the next funding phase (2007- 2009) of the Federal Homelessness Partnering Initiative (HPI). The Plan was prepared by the Victoria Steering Committee on Homelessness (VSCH), administered through the...
The Edmonton Community Plan on Homelessness provides a three-year $49.3 million plan to advance efforts to address homelessness in Edmonton. A steering committee of the Edmonton Joint Planning Committee on Housing, with the assistance of consultants...
The Hamilton Aboriginal Community is pleased to forward our Community Plan on Aboriginal Homelessness. The Community Plan is a grassroots approach to addressing the needs of the Aboriginal homeless population utilizing a continuum of supports,...
An evaluation (whether it is externally done, or based on self-assessment) usually reveals a mixture of strengths and areas for improvement. We help you prioritise so you set yourselves a manageable plan of action. 1. How to cost an...
This community plan was part of the Drug Strategy Accommodation Needs Assessment initiated by the Community Partnership of Thunder Bay with the purpose of identifying the housing and accommodation needs of people who use substances, and to develop a...
This Data Update provides an updated content analysis of the 234 completed community plans to end homelessness. In addition to illustrating of the growth of 10-year plans, this update compares content of earlier (first 90 plans) and later plans (144...