About the Project
The non-profit housing sector is always innovating, whether it’s to meet new needs or maintain strong outcomes in changing times.
ONPHA’s Innovations in Housing Stability project profiles eight unique initiatives that have helped diverse low- and moderate-income people find and keep a home that meets their needs – from Aboriginal families, seniors, and women leaving violence, to the previously homeless or those struggling with mental health or substance use issues.
These projects feature innovative approaches to addressing a range of complex challenges, but there are key common elements that make them successful:
- Bold and forward-looking leadership
- A willingness to collaborate
- Re-purposing funding for greater impact
- The potential to bring about lasting change
The profiles feature case studies, videos and supporting resources that demonstrate how innovation is helping people find and maintain safe, secure and affordable homes, and how these approaches can be adapted and applied in other communities.
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This project underwent a developmental evaluation, performed by Eko Nomos. Download the evaluation summary below to learn more about the conclusions and recommendations arising from this evaluation.