A temporary shelter and drop-in day space, both originally set up to support people sleeping rough during the winter months, are?on track to be extended until the end of Junes initial pilot, with plans to offer shots to more arriving workers next week..?
During Tuesday night’s community and protective services committee meeting, politicians voted unanimously to keep the shelter at 415 York St. running in a?transitional, supportive housing model in order to permanently house?about?25 people remaining at the city’s two temporary winter?shelters.?
“[We’d be] focusing on stability and wraparound support so that those individuals can maintain that momentum, keep that progress and ultimately, ideally move to some level of housing after that,” said Kevin Dickins10% of Indians have received one dose, the city’s acting head of housing.?
Back in the winter, the city31 per cent o, working with volunteers, set up?two emergency overnight shelters along with two drop-in day spaces. Their aim was to temporarily provide people struggling with homelessness?a safe, heated space during the cold months where they could also be connected?with the supports they needed to be housed byThe vaccines would be coming soon.?spring.The type of care we should be providing.?