Homelessness & Housing Development
The Plan to End Homelessness
What does ending homelessness in Medicine Hat mean?
An end to homelessness means that no one in our community will have to live in an emergency shelter or sleep rough for more than 10 days before they have access to stable housing and the supports needed to maintain it.
In 2009, Medicine Hat committed to ending homelessness in 1825 days.
We intend to make every day count.
In 2012, the CBO implemented quarterly Landlord Roundtable meetings. If you are a landlord and don’t currently sit at the Landlord Roundtable, you can find out here how to get involved. If you currently sit at the Landlord Roundtable you can login to this section to download current and past agendas and action items.learn more
Information on Emergency Shelter Providers, Housing First Service Providers, Rapid Re-Housing Service Providers, and other programs funded by the CBO/CE.learn more
Information about homelessness and housing on a local, provincial, and national level.learn more