Homelessness (10-year plans)

Homelessness (10-year plans)
A Place to Call Home - Edmonton's 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness

A Place to Call Home calls for fundamental change…to transition from managing homelessness, with short-term solutions, to ending it, with housing and support. The paper postulates that, central to this change, is adoption of the Housing First approach.

A Plan for Alberta: Ending Homelessness in 10 Years

The Alberta Secretariat for Action on Homelessness Plan is based on the goal of ending homelessness in Alberta by 2019. The Plan recognizes and supports community-led action on homelessness, and aims to coordinate province-wide efforts through a series of actions aimed at shifting the work of homeless-serving agencies, communities and governments towards ending homelessness using a Housing First philosophy.

2012 Edmonton Homeless Count 2012

Since 1999, Homeward Trust Edmonton (and its predecessor organizations) have conducted counts of the number of homeless individuals in the City of Edmonton. Homeless count data are useful in advocating for needed resources and for raising awareness among policymakers and the general population about the scope of homelessness. A point-in-time count of Edmonton’s homeless population is an essential starting position from which to develop evidence-based policy.

Poverty Report 2010

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