Congratulations MICAH for the completion of your 32 unit seniors and youth apartment building in Markham!
SHS Consulting was the development consultant for two affordable housing developments developed by MICAH in collaboration with 360°kids. The first was Tony Wong Place, a 120 unit apartment building completed in 2010, which includes 6 transitional beds designated for 360°kids’.
Ten years later, MICAH and 360°kids partnered on Larry Tod Place, a 32-unit apartment building that will provide much-needed housing for seniors and youth that are moving from their transitional housing programs into permanent housing. The inclusion of these two units for youth also provides for intergenerational experiences in the building.
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Recovery for All - A National Campaign to End Homelessness in Canada
SHS Consulting proudly donated to the creation of the Recovery for All video, an important campaign produced by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness.
Recovery for All is a national advocacy campaign launched by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, asking Canadians to encourage the federal government to make bold investments in housing, homelessness and income support to end homelessness in Canada, once and for all.
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Cannington Seniors Housing - Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation
A new 50-unit seniors affordable rental housing project is being developed by Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation on a former surplus school site in the Cannington community of the Township of Brock.
SHS Consulting volunteers at the Hockey Helps the Homeless Mississauga Tournament to raise funds for Raising the Roof's RESIDE program
Government Initiatives to Help Meet the Need for Supportive Housing for Persons with Developmental Disabilities with Adam Vaughan at Parliament Hill
Ed Starr joined a group from the Intentional Community Consortium, Reena and Community Living Toronto in meeting with Adam Vaughan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa during the afternoon of February 25 to learn more about Federal government initiatives to help meet the need for supportive housing for persons with developmental disabilities. The three organizations are then hosting their third annual reception on Parliament Hill to mark Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, where more than 40 Members of Parliament and senior civil servants will learn about the importance of continuing to support the expansion of housing opportunities for these individuals across Canada.
Non-profits, MPs Lead Disability Mission to Israel
Ed Starr, Partner at SHS Consulting, was part of the Canada Israel Inclusion Mission which saw a group of 34 Canadians, including three Members of Parliament and representatives from a variety of Canadian service agencies, visit a number of innovative facilities and programs for persons with disabilities in Israel from Feb. 11 to Feb. 21. The Mission was sponsored by Reena, The March of Dimes and the Holland-Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.
Federal Funding Announced for YWCA Hamilton Ottawa Street Redevelopment