Community Care, St Catharines and Thorold

Site: St Catharines - Housing Help Centre

Service: Housing Help Centre

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Record #: NIA0029 Last Modified: 21 Jul 2014 Last Full Update: 18 Nov 2013
Description & Services
DescriptionProvides a free and confidential housing referral and consultation service available to anyone in the St Catharines and Thorold area. Assistance and information is provided to help solve housing problems. Helps people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, find and maintain permanent accommodation within the local community. Also helps landlords find tenants and helps to resolve conflicts between landlords and tenants. Provides information on the Residential Tenancies Act. Offers use of telephone, daily newspapers, message board, housing directory and listing service. In addition a Youth and Outreach worker provides outreach into the community with routine visits to drop in centres, food banks, schools, homeless people and people living in temporary shelters. Limited expense assistance for utilities. 
HoursMon-Thu 9 am-3 pm, Fri 9 am-12 noon
DatesAll year
Areas ServedSt Catharines ; Thorold
EligibilityAll
LanguagesEnglish
FeesNone
Contact Information
Office Phone905-984-8955
Fax905-984-8838
E-Mailhhc@communitycarestca.ca
Websitewww.communitycarestca.ca
Primary ContactBetty-Lou Souter, Chief Executive Officer; Phone: (Business) 905-685-1349
Alternate ContactCatherine Livingston, Program Manager; Email: catherinehhc@communitycarestca.ca
Alternate ExecutiveBryon Johnston, President
Located In CommunitySt Catharines
Address & Map
129 Church St
St Catharines, ON L2R 3E2
 
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IntersectionChurch St and Court St
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Other Details
Service Level(51) Non Profit Charity ; (80) United Way
Established1990
FundingProvincial - Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing ; United Way - St Catharines
Print MaterialHousing Directory of Niagara; Niagara Region Tenants Guide
Subjects
SubjectsHomeless people ; Housing ; Landlord and tenant rights ; Outreach ; Public utilities ; Registries ; Youth