Homelessness Initiatives

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Emergency Shelter Programs within the City of Greater Sudbury

Effective November 25, 2019

  • Off The Street low barrier shelter will provide shelter for adults of all genders ages 18 and older (200 Larch Street)
  • Cedar Place will provide shelter for women ages 20 and over and families with children (261 Cedar Street)
  • Foyer Notre Dame will provide shelter for youth ages 16 and 17 (307 Cedar Street)

Review of the Emergency Shelter System within the City of Greater Sudbury: Recommendations Report, February 2, 2019

Homelessness Count conducted by Laurentian University in March 2018

A number of initiatives have been launched to address the issue of homelessness in our City. Reports follow.

The Homelessness Study Report 1 - full version  PDF (423 KB)

Council Report on Homelessness - July 2001 PDF (21 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 2 - full version PDF (969 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 2 - Executive Study PDF (63 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 3 - full version PDF (3.85 MB)

Summary of the Supporting Communities Partnership Initiative (SCPI) in the City of Greater Sudbury PDF (26 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 4 - Executive Study PDF (9251 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 4 - full version PDF (9.03 MB)

Emergency Housing and Homelessness Initiatives PDF (147 KB)

Homelessness Funding in the City of Greater Sudbury PDF (135 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 5 - full version PDF (514 KB)

Homelessness Policy Adopted by City Council PDF (1.09 MB)

The Homelessness Study Report 6 - full version PDF (1.02 MB)

Researchers Release Latest Findings on Homelessness in the City of Greater Sudbury PDF (183 KB)

The Homelessness Study Report 7 - full version PDF (960 KB)