RECENT PROJECTS


2021-2022 Reaching Home Base Funding
 
Thompson 2022 Point-in-Time Count — Safer Choices Northern Network
A point-in-time (PiT) count is a record of sheltered and unsheltered people experiencing homelessness on a single night. Data collected from a PiT Count provides a snapshot of the community and is a tool used to assess progress in ending homelessness.
 
Phoenix House II–Transitional Housing for Women — Men Are Part of the Solution
Supportive transitional housing for women experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness (opening Fall 2021).
 
Coordinated Access and Data Collection — Thompson Homeless Shelter, Inc.
Coordinated Access, a Reaching Home requirement for all designated communities, will streamline access to services and supports for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
 
Thompson Homeless Shelter/Cold Weather Policy — Thompson Homeless Shelter, Inc.
Support services and emergency shelter for individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness, with additional supports for extreme cold-weather periods.
 


2020-2021 Reaching Home Base Funding
 
Thompson Homeless Shelter/Cold Weather Policy — Thompson Homeless Shelter, Inc.
Support services and emergency shelter for individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness, with additional supports for extreme cold-weather periods.
 
Sheltering the Homeless in Place Project (SHIPP) — Y.W.C.A. Thompson
Housing services for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, who, in addition to having an elevated risk of COVID-19 complications, have nowhere to safely shelter in place.



2020-2021 Reaching Home COVID-19 Funding
 
Sheltering the Homeless In Place Project (SHIPP) — Y.W.C.A. Thompson
Housing services for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, who, in addition to having an elevated risk of COVID-19 complications, have nowhere to safely shelter in place.




Funded by the Government of Canada's Reaching Home: Canada's Homelessness Strategy