We support people for as long as they need us.
Our supportive housing programs provide long-term homes with on-site, around-the-clock support for people of all genders, including seniors. We help people deal with physical and mental health issues, trauma and addictions, connect with community and resources, and build independence.
All of the people who live in our facilities have been at risk of, or have experienced, homelessness. Supportive housing enables them to move from one level of support to another based on their current needs and lifestyles.
Shepherds of Good Hope currently operates four supportive housing residences, located throughout the city of Ottawa from Kanata to Rideau-Rockcliffe. Two new buildings are currently in development at 216 Murray Street and 1095 Merivale Road.
By 2022, Shepherds of Good Hope will officially have more people in supportive housing than in our shelter programs!
This 55-room residence, located across two buildings, houses a Managed Alcohol Program and an aging-at-home program, and provides units to the Canadian Mental Health Association.
This 92-bed residence in Kanata provides housing for seniors and people who live with complex mental health challenges.
ST. ANDREW’S RESIDENCE
This 35-unit, urban apartment-style residence is designed for individuals who have concurrent mental health challenges and addictions.
RICHCRAFT HOPE RESIDENCE
This 42-unit residence at the corner of Lang’s Road and Montreal Road houses a Managed Alcohol Program and is designed to serve people with complex mental health and addictions challenges.
216 MURRAY STREET
With construction starting in 2021 and occupancy planned for 2022, this residence will house 48 people with very complex needs who are currently homeless, as well as contain a new soup kitchen and drop-in space.