All Partners in Housing residents are low-income, and many were previously or chronically homeless. Some criteria for homelessness are:
- Persons living on the street or places not meant for human habitation
- Persons coming from an emergency shelter
- Persons coming from transitional housing for homeless persons
- Persons from a short-term stay (up to 30 consecutive days) in an institution who previously resided on the street or in an emergency shelter
- Persons being discharged from a longer stay in an institution
To clarify, our target population:
- has experienced homelessness (chronic or situational);
- is actively at risk of homelessness due to a history of multiple challenges, such as extremely low income, minimal or no support network, chronic illness, disabilities, and other special needs;
- is vulnerable solely because of extremely low incomes, even though they may have a support network, and have no other significant risk factors.
Visit our Applications page to find out more about:
- our rental rates
- specific qualifications for residency
- how to get on a waitlist
- and applying for residency.