How
We Do

 

Home Base Housing is a not-for-profit organization that has been providing a range of supportive housing in Kingston since 1987. The housing programs of Home Base Housing are open to single adults with a range of life experiences and challenges. These may include homelessness, financial issues, substance abuse, mental health issues, developmental disabilities, head injuries, or physical disabilities.

We offer housing opportunities and support to individuals, aged 16 and over, who are homeless or unable to remain in an unsafe situation. Our staff work to help tenants live independently, and with their approval, we welcome and encourage other professionals and family to become involved in the process.

 


Our Programs

  • Housing Help Center
  • In From The Cold Emergency Shelter
  • Lily's Place Shelter
  • Youth Services Program
  • Supportive Housing

Located at 540 Montreal Street at the corner of Joseph St., the Housing Help Centre offers one-stop housing assistance. Since it opened in 2000, the Housing Help Centre has responded to the needs of individuals who are homeless or require affordable housing.

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In From the Cold Emergency Shelter can house up to 35 people which makes it the largest shelter in the City of Kingston for men and women, 25 years and older

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The house features a Children’s Play Room dedicated to providing learning and recreational activities for the children who are staying at the shelter. Partnerships with local agencies for children will enhance the services offered by Lily’s Place staff.

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At Kingston Youth services we offer a variety of programs for youth between the ages of 16-24 who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Our goal is to shift the focus from emergency shelter to Prevention and Housing Options with support.

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With 19 properties under Home Base Housing’s management, the Supportive Housing program provides furnished, rent-geared-to-income housing for single adults, 16 years of age or older, who are in need of a home. 

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What
We Do

Home Base Housing develops and manages a range of safe, affordable housing, and emergency shelter and support services to meet the needs of youth, adults, and families at risk of homelessness in the Kingston area. 

Home Base Housing is a community leader in providing and advocating for safe, affordable housing and necessary supports for individuals at risk of homelessness.

 



Why
We Do

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Kingston Homeless Situation

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