Emergency Housing in Halton

Home Suite Hope is not an emergency shelter facility. We support single-parent families facing homelessness with second stage housing.   If you have absolutely no place to stay, an emergency shelter may be a short-term solution to your immediate housing crisis.  Below are local organizations and resources that may be able to assist if you are facing an immediate housing crisis.

Emergency Shelter Options in Halton Region

Halton Region Emergency Shelter Program

The Emergency Shelter Program may provide temporary crisis accommodations to Halton Region residents who are homeless and need emergency shelter that cannot be met through personal resources (financial, family and friends, available professional resources, etc.).

If you require emergency shelter call Access Halton at 905-825-6000 (or dial 311), press “0” to speak to an operator and tell the operator that you need emergency shelter.

The operator will connect you to an Emergency Shelter Case Worker who will assess your situation and help you determine the best course of action to regain your housing stability.

The Salvation Army – Oakville Community and Family Services

1225 Rebecca St

Oakville, ON L6L 1Z1

Site location: Between Third and Fourth Line on Rebecca St.

Nearest main intersection: Third Line and Rebecca

  • families in need of emergency shelter may be served through The Salvation Army Halton Emergency Family Shelter Program – a division of The Salvation Army Oakville Community Church and Community Services
  • families seeking assistance should contact Halton Region at 905-825-8888
  • for placement at the Lighthouse, individuals will need to contact the Region of Halton Intervention Services at 905-825-6000 to determine eligibility
  • if it is an emergency or after hours, individuals should contact the shelter directly

Office Phone 905-827-5324;

Food Bank 905-827-6523;

Halton Lighthouse Shelter (for individuals) 905-339-2918

Fax 905-827-8736

Organization Email community@salvationarmyoakville.ca

Website www.salvationarmyoakville.ca

Hours Office Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm

Food bank Mon, Wed, Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4 pm * please call for appointment

Shelter Mon-Sun 24 hours

Application Food Bank appointments require detailed documentation including proof of address, identification and source of income and expenses.

Fees: None / No Charge for Service

Languages Served: English

Primary Contact Aisha Chaney, Community and Family Services Coordinator; Phone: 905-827-5324 ext 22; Email:community@salvationarmyoakville.ca

Phone: 905-827-5324

The Salvation Army Community Family Services include:

  • social services
  • emergency food assistance, food bank
  • case management
  • spiritual counselling
  • summer camp assistance
  • emergency shelter
  • budget counselling
  • individual assistance on a case-by-case basis
  • volunteer services
  • Nobody’s Perfect in partnership with Halton Region
  • referrals to all other Salvation Army institutions
  • Christmas assistance program for families in need of support during Christmas

Halton Women’s Place

Site Location Shelters in Burlington and Milton

Mailing Address PO Box 20060

2211 Brant St

Burlington, ON L7P 0A4

Services – including emergency shelter – for abused women and their dependent children.

Shelter services are available 24 hours.

Office Phone Administration 905-332-1200 / Fax 905.332.1155

Burlington Shelter 905-332-1593 / Fax. 905.332.1618

Milton Shelter 905-878-8970 / Fax 905.878.8195

TTY Phone (24 hours) Burlington 905-332-7892 * Milton 905-878-8555

Crisis Phone (24 hours) Burlington 905-332-7892 * Milton 905-878-8555

Organization Email info@haltonwomensplace.com

Website www.haltonwomensplace.com

Phone: 905-332-1200 ext 222; Fax: 905-332-1155

Service Details

Areas Served Halton Region

Halton Women’s Place provides emergency shelter, crisis services and support to physically, sexually, financially and emotionally abused women and their dependent children. Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up.

Major Services:

  • 24 hour crisis lines for abused women
  • safe shelter accommodation, food, and basic personal items for a maximum of 6 weeks for abused women and their dependent children
  • individual and/or supportive group counselling at the shelter
  • community agency information and referral when necessary
  • court support for interim custody and restraining orders
  • children’s programs
  • emergency transportation to shelter, if necessary
  • depart planning
  • advocacy and public education around ending violence against women
  • transitional support program
  • shelter may be available for homeless women 18 years of age and older for up to 2 weeks maximum, as space permits

Family Court Support Worker Program — information on the family court process

  • assistance in documenting the history of abuse for family court proceedings
  • referral to specialized services and supports in the community
  • safety planning
  • court accompaniment to proceedings when appropriate

Hours Administration: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm

Shelters: 24-hour Service

Languages Served: English ; French ; American Sign Language (ASL) ; Arabic ; Korean ; Polish ; Russian ; Interpretive Services – can be arranged