Coordinated Access Council: Call for Members

Operating toward a shared vision of Coordinated Access and guided by the Reaching Home mandate to implement a Coordinated Access model in the City of Winnipeg, the Coordinated Access Council will be a group of people, representing various sectors and stakeholder groups,

who are committed to working in collaboration and cooperation to guide and promote a common vision for the goal to end homelessness in Winnipeg.

The Coordinated Access Council will advise on:
• The values and principles that the work will operate from
• The polices and procedures that will operationalize Coordinated Access
• The priority populations that the model will initially focus on
• The organization that will coordinate the work


Membership will be at least 70% Indigenous (First Nation, Métis or Inuit). Efforts will also be made to seek representation of individuals qualified from • Elders • People with lived/living experience of homelessness • 2SLGBTQI people • Youth • Women • Persons with Disabilities • People transitioning out of systems, including the child welfare, justice, education, domestic violence and health care systems • Newcomer community • Community service providers, including addiction supports, mental health supports, women support services • Indigenous community

How to Apply

Interested applicants will download the package below, review the enclosed Terms of Reference, complete the Application Form and submit it to by 5pm on Friday, January 22, 2021.

Coordinated Access Council TORS and Application