How to Find - Emergency Shelters in Halton and Area

Site: Halton

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Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name Emergency Housing ; Halton Lighthouse Shelter ; Safe Beds
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Service Information
Description (Service) This topic record provides an overview and index of shelters in Burlington, Hamilton and Oakville. 
General Shelter: 
Salvation Army Halton Lighthouse Shelter, 905-339-2918  
* located in Oakville, this is the general emergency shelter for all of Halton 
* shelter may be able to arrange transportation from Burlington  
* for more details see full record here.  
For abused women and their dependent children only: 
Halton Womens Place, Administration 905-332-1200, Burlington shelter 905-332-1593, Crisis phone 905-332-7892 
* for more details see full record here
Safe beds for those experiencing a mental health issue: 
Canadian Mental Health Association, Safe Place  
* for people who are in crisis, have mental health and/or addiction concerns, and need safe or emergency shelter,  
* Call Safe Place at 905-849-8443 or COAST at 1-877-825-9011  
* for more details see full record here
1. Good Shepherd Centre  
Separate shelters for men, women, youth and those with mental health issues  
* Men's Shelter 905-528-9109  
* Martha House Women's Crisis Line and shelter 905-523-6277  
* Youth Shelter 905-308-8090  
* Barrett Centre 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line and shelter 905-529-7878 
* for more details see full record here.  
2. Mission Services of Hamilton  
* Men's Residence 905-528-7635  
* Inasmuch House (for single women 16 and older and for mothers and their children) 905-529-8149, women's crisis phone (24 hrs) 905-529-8600  
* for more details see full record here
3. Native Womens Centre  
* For women of any age, ancestry or sexual orientation, with or without children  
* call 905-664-1114, toll-free 1-888-308-6559, accepts long-distance and local collect crisis calls 
* for more details see full record here.  
Call Street Helpline Peel 1-877-848-8481 
See Wellington County shelter Information here.  
1. Toronto central shelter intake line: 416-338-4766 * Toll Free 1-877-338-3398 (GTA only) 
2. Ernestine's Women's Shelter  
* provides emergency housing for abused women and their children 
* Crisis Line 416-746-3701 
* for more detail see full record here
3. Fem'Aide, Ligne de soutien pour femmes francophones victimes de violence  
* call toll-free 1-877-336-2433 (1-877-FEMAIDE)  
* for more details see full record here
To find shelter information, call 211Niagara (24/7) 1-800-263-3695
Hours Contact organization for information
Areas Served Halton Region ; and area
Eligibility Varies by program.
Application Varies by program.
Languages English
Fees None
Site Information
Located In Community Halton Region
Accessibility Unknown - accessibility varies by location
Taxonomy and Classification
Service Categories Domestic Violence Shelters ; Homeless Shelter

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