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Supportive Living Community Partnership Program

The Supportive Living Community Partnership Program, an initiative funded through the Poverty Reduction Strategy, provides operating grants to non-profit organizations to increase community capacity and provide a range of services and supports that promotes housing stability and promotes community capacity building on matters relating to housing and homelessness.

The Program supports a Housing First approach, which recognizes housing stability is critical to enhancing positive outcomes of other interventions that promote wellness, inclusion and self-sufficiency.

The Supportive Living Community Partnership Program is an interdepartmental initiative and supports the goals of:

Who Does it Serve?

Community agencies that support individuals who intersect multiple service provider systems and whose circumstances often result in them continuously cycling through social, correctional, mental health and/or addiction services. This population is often in crisis due to a lack of available affordable housing options and experience reliance on emergency shelter services on a regular basis.

Program Intent

Grants available to non-profit organizations are expected to meet one or more of following objectives:

  • Assist individuals with complex service needs to find and remain in safe, affordable, stable housing.
  • Support individuals with complex service needs to achieve greater self-determination by supporting the conditions which promote housing stability and increase skills and/or income to secure an income to live as independently as possible.
  • Provide opportunities through a range of supportive living services to complement existing services and/or to help address a gap in services to support the stabilization of persons experiencing homelessness and/or multiple barriers to permanent/long term housing.
  • Support community capacity building activities/projects, which will assist in the identification and development of a range of supportive living services necessary to prevent and address homelessness for individuals with complex service needs.

For more details about the Supportive Living Community Partnership Program, please refer to program information. pdf (390 KB)

How to Access?

Community Agencies can apply for funding through the Supportive Living Community Partnership Program by submitting a proposal to the address noted at the bottom of this page.

Documents & News Releases

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Partner Departments and Agencies

List of Regional Community Advisory Boards

Baccalieu
Sheila Handrigan, Liaison Social Worker,
Advanced Education and Skills, 17 Industrial Crescent
Carbonear, NL, A1Y 1A5
Ph: 709-945-3004 Fax: 709-945-3073
SheilaHandrigan@gov.nl.ca
Stephenville
Mary Barter, Senior Program Support
Community Education Network
Box 5600, Stephenville, NL, A2N 3P5
Ph: 709-643-5400 Fax: 709-643-5490
mary_barter04@yahoo.ca
Labrador West (Co-chaired)
Noreen Careen, Executive Director
Labrador West Status of Women
P.O. Box 171, Labrador City, NL, A2V 2K5
Ph: 709-944-6562 Fax: 709-944-4078
lwsw@crrstv.net
Corner Brook (Co-chaired)
Sandra Targett, Assistant Administrator
Committee On Family Violence/
Corner Brook Transition House
P. O. Box 152, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6C7
Ph: 709-634-4199 Fax: 709-6344197
stargett@transitionhouse.ca
Happy Valley Goose Bay
Petrina Beals, Executive Director
Mokami Status of Women Council
P.O. Box 329, St. B Happy Valley Goose Bay, NL, A0P 1E0
Ph: 709-896-3484 Fax: 709-896-3472
mokamiwomen@nf.aibn.com
Grand Falls-Windsor
Darlene Rideout, Liaison Social Worker
Advanced Education and Skills, PO Box 5599
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL, A2A-2J9
Ph: 709-292-4203 Fax: 709-292-4501
DarleneRRideout@gov.nl.ca 
Happy Valley Goose Bay
Denise Cole
Housing Development Worker
Labrador Friendship Centre
49 Grenfell Street, P.O. Box 767, Station B
Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, A0P 1E0
Ph: 709-896-8302, Fax: 709-896-8731
Email: dcole@lfchvgb.ca
Clarenville
Janice Davidson (Leave of Absence)
Liaison Social Worker, Advanced Education and Skills, Clarenville
294 Memorial Drive,
Clarenville, NL, A5A 1P1
Ph: 709-466-0256 Fax: 709-466-4047
janicedavidson@gov.nl.ca
Burin Peninsula (Co-chaired)
Lisa Slaney (Rural Co-Chair)
Executive Director, Grace Sparkes House
P.O. 327, Marystown, NL, A0E2M0
Ph: 709-279 3560 Fax: 279 3780
lslaney@gracesparkeshouse.com
Gander
Yvonne Gillingham, Executive Director
Gander Women Center/Status of Women
61 Elizabeth Drive Gander, NL, A1V 1G4
Ph: 709 256 4395 Fax: 709 256 7767
women.gander@nf.aibn.com

For further information or to provide feedback contact:

Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation

Sir Brian Dunfield Building
2 Canada Drive
P.O. Box 220
St. John’s, NL A1C 5J2
Phone: 1-709-724-3134
Fax: 1-709-724-3007

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