Reports

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Towards a New Bill of Rights: The Voice of Tenants in Permnent Supportive Housing–NEW

The Dream Team – Towards a New Bill of Rights2 Full Report

The Dream Team – ES- Towards a New Bill of Rights Executive Summary

What stops us

 New ways to make work pay by fixing the treatment of earnings under the Ontario Disability Support Program.  This report is a joint project of Houselink, the Dream Team and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. The report was prepared by consultant John Stapleton, and features the stories of several Dream Team and Houselink members.

 

 

 

2008-We-Are-Neighbours-Dream -Team

Supportive housing makes for great neighbourhoods. That’s the conclusion of this important new study of two Toronto supportive housing buildings for people with mental illness, many of whom were previously homeless, and the communities that surround them. The Dream Team set out to test the value of supportive housing through a community based research process that brought together supportive housing residents, housing providers and their neighbours

Enabling all Ontarians to live with dignity

A response to the Commission for the Review of Social Assistance in Ontario’s Discussion Paper 2: Approaches for Reform.