Youth Homelessness & Housing Supports

Housing & Support Services for Youth

McMan Calgary & Area provides housing and support to youth who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. Housing and support services include: 
Hope Homes/Hope Homes for Aboriginal Youth Program:
The Hope Homes program provides housing options and support services to youth 15 - 24 years old who are homeless, or at risk of, homelessness. Housing options include independent living, shared accommodations, supportive roommates and community-based housing.
Hope Homes Rapid Rehousing Program:
Supports youth between the ages of 15 - 24, who are experiencing homelessness for the first time, or have been homeless less than three months. This rapid intervention program works with youth to reconnect with family, natural supports and/or return home. This is a short-term, three to six month program.

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