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Types of affordable housing infographic from the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association.

Types of affordable housing infographic from the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association.

Urban Aboriginal Homelessness in Canada  http://homelesshub.ca/blog/infographic-wednesday-urban-aboriginal-homelessness-canada

Infographic Wednesday - Urban Aboriginal Homelessness in Canada

Stats on homeless youth from Safe Horizon New York - June 2014

More Pride Needed Over Treatment of Homeless Young People: 5 Things You Should Know to Help

More Pride Needed Over Treatment of Homeless Young People: 5 Things You Should…

Canada’s Housing Sector Calls for New Affordable Homes

A recent #infographic featured on #TheHomelessHub details the largest and most comprehensive cost study of #homelessness completed in Santa Clara County, #California. Cost studies of homelessness are a tool of critical importance if we want to learn more about the cost of homelessness. The report establishes that the costs of homelessness in the country were heavily skewed towards a small number of frequent service users. Solutions include new #housing and #investing in homelessness…

A Year After ‘The Jungle,’ San Jose’s New Approach to Homelessness

Ask the Hub - Which city in Canada has the most homeless people per capita and why? http://www.homelesshub.ca/blog/ask-hub-which-city-canada-has-most-homeless-people-capita-and-why#sthash.dX4j8Bv1.dpuf

Ask the Hub - Which city in Canada has the most homeless people per capita and why?

This "Ask The Hub" blog post asks how can we educate landlords on tenant rights? Most landlords know what their #responsibilities are and want to maintain the value of what they own. “Slumlord” is a derogatory term for absentee and/or negligent property owners, especially those who own multiple properties, ignore repairs and other #tenant needs, and #profiteer.

How can we educate landlords on tenant rights?

This infographic from the Homeless Hub’s report A Safe and Decent Place to Live: Towards a Housing First Framework for Youth outlines the adaption of Housing First principles to youth-centred programs and services in order to prevent youth homelessness.

This infographic from the Homeless Hub’s report A Safe and Decent Place to Live: Towards a Housing First Framework for Youth outlines the adaption of Housing First principles to youth-centred programs and services in order to prevent youth homelessness.

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