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How to Find - Emergency Shelters in Halton and Area

Site: Halton

Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments ShelterSafe is an online clickable map that connects women with the nearest shelter * map provides the shelter's 24 hour phone number and/or website and information on each shelter's pet policy, wheelchair accessibility, availability of children's programming  
For full directory of "How to" listings on different topics, see here
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Overview and index of shelters in Halton and area 


General Shelter:

Salvation Army Halton Lighthouse Shelter 
* 905-339-2918 or call 3-1-1 
* located in Oakville, this is the general emergency shelter for men in Halton 
* shelter may be able to arrange transportation 
* for more details see full listing here 
Wesley Housing Services - Halton 
* 905-528-5629 or call 3-1-1 
* emergency shelter services for women and families in short-term accommodations 
* Housing First services and case management for adults, youth and families 
* advocacy, referrals and community integration to improve housing retention 
* for more details see full listing here 

For abused women, their dependent children and pets:

Halton Womens Place 
* Shelter (24 hours) South Halton 905-332-1593, North Halton 905-878-8970 
* Crisis Phone (24 hours) Burlington 905-332-7892, Milton 905-878-8555  
* Administration 905-332-1200 
* for more details see full listing here 
* also protects pets from violence through the SafePet Program 


Good Shepherd Centre: separate shelters for men, women, youth and those with mental health issues  
* Men's Shelter, 905-528-9109, see full listing here  
* Women's Crisis Line and Shelter (Martha House, women and their children), 905-523-6277, see full listing here 
* Women's Crisis Line and Shelter (Mary's Place, women over the age of 18), 905-523-6277, see full listing here 
* Youth Crisis Line and Shelter (Notre Dame House), 905-529-7878, see full listing here 
* Family Shelter, 905-528-9442, see full listing here  
* Barrett Centre for Crisis Support, 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line and Shelter, 905-529-7878, see full listing here 
Interval House of Hamilton: for abused women and their children 
* call 905-379-9959, see full listing here 
Mission Services of Hamilton: 
* Men's Shelter (for men-identifying people over the age of 18): call 905-528-7635, see full listing here 
* Inasmuch House and Crisis Line (for women-identified people with or without children): call 905-529-8600, see full listing here 
Native Womens Centre: for women regardless of age, ancestry, culture, place of origin or sexual orientation with or without children  
* call 905-664-1114 or toll-free 1-888-308-6559, see full listing here 


To find shelter information call 211 Niagara 1-800-263-3695 
* for more information on shelters in Niagara Region, see here 


To find shelter information call Street Helpline Peel 1-877-848-8481 
* for more information on shelters in Peel, see here 


To find shelter information call the County of Wellington 1-844-824-1212 
* for more Information on shelters in Wellington County, see here 


To find shelter information all the central intake line 1-877-338-3398 
* for more information on shelters in the City of Toronto, see here
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
Physical Access Unknown - accessibility varies by location
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Abuse / Assault ; Child / Family Services ; Emergency / Crisis ; Youth ; Topic Guides
HCSD Sub Heading All "How To" Guides ; Domestic Abuse ; Domestic Abuse Crisis Services ; Emergency Shelters in Halton and Area ; Shelter for Abused Women ; Shelters for Abuse ; Shelters for Youth ; Special Topics
Service Categories Domestic Violence Shelters ; Homeless Shelter ~ Families ; Homeless Shelter ~ Men ; Homeless Shelter ~ Women ; Youth Shelters ~ Boys ; Youth Shelters ~ Girls

Agency Overview

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