Community Living Algoma provides a range of services and support to children and youth with an intellectual or autism spectrum disorder, across Algoma.
Pauline's Place provides temporary emergency shelter and basic necessities such as food, clothing, and hygiene products to youth (male ages 16-17, female ages 16-21), women, and families.
Phoenix Rising is committed to assisting women in gaining control over their lives and in making informed and knowledgeable decisions. There services include the drop in centre, group programs and events, income housing for women and children.
The Social Services District of Sault Ste. Maire offers a variety of social housing options to prevent homelessness and create affordable housing options. The amount of rent you pay is based on your total family income (gross). Your rent in social housing will not be more than 30% of your total income.
The SSMHC provides safe and affordable housing in the Algoma district, that is well managed and maintained for low and moderate income households throughout the city.
St. Vincent Place Men's Shelter, provides emergency shelter for men over 18 years of age. They are provided food, shelter, clothing and household essentials to give struggling families and individuals to build self-confidence and have a positive opportunity.
Provides free temporary emergency shelter for women who have experienced or are experiencing violence. The shelter provides a safe home for women and children leaving abuse. While recovering, women and children receive emergency services such as childcare, parenting skills, counselling, family court support and assistance in finding safe, affordable housing.
"Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it." - Ziad K. Abdelnour