The Ending Homelessness for People Living in Encampments Toolkit is now in its draft for discussion phase, whereby readers are encouraged to review and send written feedback and recommendations. The toolkit’s purpose is to give communities tools for a housing-focused, rights-based approach to ending homelessness for people living in encampments.
The Ending Homelessness for People Living in Encampments Toolkit is a living document in its draft phase, and it’s ready for discussion and feedback. This living document was commissioned by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness and drafted by OrgCode Consulting Inc. with the intention of giving communities tools for a housing-focused, rights-based approach to ending homelessness for people living in encampments. Housing, with person-centred supports, is the solution to homelessness for the people living in encampments.
This draft is the result of a review by people with lived experience of homelessness, frontline organizations, community-based organizations, service managers and housing rights experts.
- People are invited to send written feedback to email@example.com
- Written feedback may be submitted until February 26, 2021
- CAEH and OrgCode will host roundtables with experts, toolkit users and people with lived experience
- Final version of the report will be published in March 2021