The James House
Providing transitional housing and support for adults
About The James House
The James House provides safe and stable housing options and individualized supports for 27 individuals who are facing homelessness. To understand how homelessness is defined, please click here.
Residents of the James House may face a range of challenges including mental health issues, disabilities, and significant financial barriers. Through our innovative service delivery model, individuals will transition into permanent housing within a 10-12 month timeframe.
The James House operates from Housing First, Harm Reduction and Trauma Informed Practice models of care. We help individuals coordinate with a team of professional and personal supports to help residents focus on their growth and development; whether that be their health and wellness, increasing their employability skills, or strengthening their connections in the community.
The James House works with individuals to:
- Increase connection with friends, family and community
- Explore various long-term housing options
- Access community and professional resources
- Strengthen their life skills
- Move towards their personal goals
After transition from the James House, McMan will remain connected with former residents for three months to ensure their team of care remains strong and they have the necessary resources to meet their goals.
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To determine eligibility, an individual must complete an assessment through the Safe Communities Opportunity and Resource Centre (SORCe).
SORCe is located on the north side of the City Hall C-Train platform at 316 7 Ave S.E. and is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:15 pm.
Check out the story behind how The James House came to be.