August 5, 2020 By Ontario Construction News Staff Writer
To support the homeless in Niagara Region, the Ontario government is investing $2.2 million to give them housing and support services.
“Communities across the province are facing housing challenges, which have been heightened by COVID-19. Our government is proud to be working to ensure that every Ontarian has a place to call home,” said Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “Together, we are supporting innovative approaches so that our most vulnerable can safely move into housing with crucial support services.”
The four priority areas which includes youth, Indigenous people, people experiencing chronic homelessness, and individuals transitioning from places such as jails and hospitals will be provided housing assistance and support services through Home for Good Program.
“The Oakdale Commons project is important as it will help ensure people right here in St. Catharines can get a roof over their head and access programs that will improve their quality of life,” said Sam Oosterhoff, MPP for Niagara West.
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