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THERE’S HOPE HERE

Shelter. Stability. Support. Dignity. Community. Employment. We help people find their way to hope — in all its forms.

VOLUNTEER

Volunteers show our community’s homeless and most vulnerable citizens that people care.

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WAYS TO GIVE

We meet people where they are, because that’s where we’re needed. Please donate to support our work.

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Joint Statement on Shelter COVID Outbreaks

Joint statement between Shepherds of Good Hope, The Salvation Army, Cornerstone Housing for Women, and The Ottawa Mission on the current COVID-19 outbreaks in our shelters.

National Housing Day: Case Management View on Housing

This pandemic has been brutal on everyone, but especially for those who are experiencing homelessness. Getting an apartment has been nearly impossible. See the perspectives of our case mangers during the COVID-19 pandemic in this intimate and realistic “day-in-a-life”.

SEAN'S STORY

"At my lowest I would wake up and wish I hadn't. Now I can't wait to get up each morning."

Sean's story is one of resilience and hope. Read how he found himself at Shepherds of Good Hope after a lifetime of abuse and trauma, and how, thanks to the programs and support he received, he found hope. Today Sean is a passionate advocate for people who use drugs and for harm reduction.

SEAN'S STORY

Sean's story is one of resilience and hope. Read how he found himself at Shepherds of Good Hope and how his experiences led him to a lifetime of being an advocate for people who use drugs.

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GIVE MORE HOPE

We strive to understand donor wishes and match donated funds to corresponding initiatives.

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CORINNE'S STORY

When it seemed she’d lost everything, Corinne found her path to recovery.

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PROGRAMS

We are always developing pragmatic and innovative programs and services to help our clients.

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JESSE’S STORY

Jesse was born in a small Métis-Cree community in northern Saskatchewan.

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INVEST IN HOPE

Every day, through our programs and services, we provide permanent homes, help stabilize people and prepare them for employment, and support members of our community who are in need.

But all of this is only possible with your help.

Make a difference in the lives of Ottawa’s homeless and most vulnerable citizens — and in our community as a whole.