Extreme Cold Weather Response: A Homelessness Centered Plan for Keeping Winnipeggers Safe in Winter provides information on preventing, recognizing and responding to cold illness. The plan also includes warming resources to help Winnipeggers remain safe during Manitoba’s winter weather.
Read the third in a series of Fact Sheets drawn from the 2018 Winnipeg Street Health Survey Final Report. Between July and October 2018, 406 individuals took part in the 2018 Winnipeg Street Health Survey. End Homelessness Winnipeg launched the survey’s Final Report in February, 2019.
Reaching Home Call for Proposals For Projects to End Homelessness in Winnipeg: End Homelessness Winnipeg is pleased to open this Reaching Home Call for Proposals for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
At a community celebration and feast on October 28 at Thunderbird House, End Homelessness Winnipeg announced it has become an Indigenous organization and launched a new 5-Year Plan.
The new WON Resource Guide is here! Click to download a .pdf of the Guide or contact End Homelessness Winnipeg for print copies. The Guide offers contact information for Hotlines, Addictions supports, Outreach services, Shelters, Housing, Health and Basic Needs all in one handy place. This new version has updated contact information and provider listings as of Fall 2019.
Where should money to end homelessness in Winnipeg be spent? End Homelessness Winnipeg is asking people and community organizations to identify where they think money from the Government of Canada’s Reaching Home homelessness strategy should be spent in Winnipeg. Complete this 5-minute survey to help target future resources effectively.
Read the second in a series of Fact Sheets drawn from the 2018 Winnipeg Street Health Survey Final Report. Between July and October 2018, 406 individuals took part in the 2018 Winnipeg Street Health Survey. End Homelessness Winnipeg launched the survey’s Final Report in February, 2019.
End Homelessness Winnipeg’s 2018-2019 Report to our Community covers highlights of our work this past year. Read about our progress on the four pillars of Increasing Housing Supply, Providing Supports, Preventing Homelessness and Measuring Progress. The Report also includes audited financial statements and information on governance, working committees and staff.
As temperatures rise and spring turns into summer, End Homelessness Winnipeg launches the Extreme Heat Response Plan for 2019. This homeless-centred guide was created as a collaboration by the Extreme Weather Response Steering Committee. The committee’s members include representatives from emergency shelters, outreach services, City departments, Health services and Environment Canada.
Operating toward a shared vision that “Everyone Has a Home” and guided by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, the Community Sector Leadership Council will be a group of volunteers who guide and promote cross-sector initiatives to support those experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Winnipeg.