Creating Supportive Housing in Windsor
$3 million investment to support vulnerable populations
Our PC government is helping vulnerable people find a home that’s right for them.
We’re investing over $3 million to help build 11 new permanent affordable housing units for people experiencing chronic homelessness in the City of Windsor.
“Premier Ford and our government are focused on solving the housing crisis. That’s why our Social Services Relief Fund is providing immediate housing and homelessness relief in communities across Ontario,” said Steve Clark, MPP for Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, and Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “Supporting innovative solutions like these new supportive housing units in Windsor is critical as we work to keep our most vulnerable safe and housed, both during the pandemic and into the future.”
This project will create longer-term housing solutions for the community and is aligned with the Home Together: Windsor Essex Housing and Homelessness Master Plan approved by Windsor City Council.