Report on Homelessness in Canada

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You Can't Really Call This Home: Perspectives on Service Delivery from Salvation Army Shelter Users and Service Providers

The Salvation Army is one of the leading organizations to provide services for those experiencing homelessness in Canada, which is estimated to be from 200,000 to 300,000 people. A recent study entitled You Can't Really Call this Home: Perspectives on Service Delivery from Salvation Army Shelter Users and Service Providers was produced from research conducted in Salvation Army shelters across Canada, instituted when Commissioner M. Christine MacMillan (Director of the ISJC) was the Territorial Commander of the Canada and Bermuda Territory. This report helps service providers gain a better understanding of the key issues affecting those assisted by Salvation Army shelters and provides insight into the complex problems faced by homeless persons as well the experiences of homelessness itself.

The report may be downloaded as a PDF at 'The Homeless Hub' website at this URL: http://www.homelesshub.ca/Library/View.aspx?id=45582

 

 


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