Homelessness Initiative Phase II
Gateway is a partner in the Homelessness Initiative Phase II Program.
In partnership with The Raft, Port Cares and Southridge Church, Gateway is the lead organization in the Outreach, Housing First and Home for Good programs.
An Assertive Street Outreach team that offers any and all services to individuals living on the streets. If you are experiencing homelessness, at a great risk of being homeless, using shelters or part of violent acts, you qualify for this program. There is no approval process. If a person meets the above criteria, they are approved based on their need.
Supports offered include housing support, obtaining personal identification, and resource linkage. Support can vary from moderate to intensive depending on the individual need. There are no assessments in this program.
A recovery-orientated approach to end homelessness that centers on quickly moving people experiencing homelessness into independent and permanent housing as well as providing additional supports and services as needed.
To be eligible for this program, you must have a history of homelessness or long-term shelter usage (180 days or more)
Supports offered include life skills, employment, emotional and resource linkage. A moderate level of support is provided and a crisis plan is completed once a person receives housing.
Home for Good
A supportive housing program for clients who are homeless with complex needs who require multiple supports. The program offers a multi-disciplinary team including; occupational therapy, addiction support, landlord relations coordinator, and case management. To qualify for this program, you need to be 30 days or longer chronically homeless.
Tenants are selected through collaboration on the street or in a shelter. An eligibility application is completed, and a person is approved through the region if they qualify. NRH approves rent subsidies.
Supports offered include: mental health management, OCC therapy, and resource linkage.