How to Find - Emergency Shelters in Halton and Area

Site: Halton

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Site Information
Located In Community Halton Region
Accessibility Unknown - accessibility varies by location
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name Emergency Housing ; Halton Lighthouse Shelter ; Safe Beds
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) This topic record provides an overview and index of shelters in Burlington, Hamilton and Oakville. 
General Shelter: 
Salvation Army Halton Lighthouse Shelter, 905-339-2918  
* located in Oakville, this is the general emergency shelter for all of Halton 
* shelter may be able to arrange transportation from Burlington  
* for more details see full record here.  
For abused women and their dependent children only: 
Halton Womens Place 
* Burlington shelter 905-332-1593  
* Crisis Phone (24 hours) Burlington 905-332-7892, Milton 905-878-8555  
* Administration 905-332-1200,  
For more details see full record here
Safe beds for those experiencing a mental health issue: 
Canadian Mental Health Association, Safe Place  
* for people who are in crisis, have mental health and/or addiction concerns, and need safe or emergency shelter,  
* Call Safe Place at 905-849-8443 or COAST at 1-877-825-9011  
* for more details see full record here
1. Good Shepherd Centre  
Separate shelters for men, women, youth and those with mental health issues  
* Men's Shelter 905-528-9109  
* Martha House Women's Crisis Line and shelter 905-523-6277  
* Youth Shelter 905-308-8090  
* Barrett Centre 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line and shelter 905-529-7878 
* for more details see full record here.  
2. Mission Services of Hamilton  
* Men's Residence (shelter) 905-528-7635 (for more information see full record here)  
* Inasmuch House (for single women 16 and older and for mothers and their children) 905-529-8149, women's crisis phone (24 hrs) 905-529-8600 (for more information see full record here
3. Native Womens Centre  
* For women of any age, ancestry or sexual orientation, with or without children  
* call 905-664-1114, toll-free 1-888-308-6559, accepts long-distance and local collect crisis calls 
* for more details see full record here.  
Call Street Helpline Peel 1-877-848-8481 
See Wellington County shelter Information here.  
1. Toronto central shelter intake line: 416-338-4766 * Toll Free 1-877-338-3398 (GTA only) 
2. Ernestine's Women's Shelter  
* provides emergency housing for abused women and their children 
* Crisis Line 416-746-3701 
* for more detail see full record here
3. Fem'Aide, Ligne de soutien pour femmes francophones victimes de violence  
* call toll-free 1-877-336-2433 (1-877-FEMAIDE)  
* for more details see full record here
To find shelter information, call 211Niagara (24/7) 1-800-263-3695
Hours Contact organization for information
Areas Served Halton Region ; and area
Eligibility Varies by program.
Application Varies by program.
Languages English
Fees None
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Domestic Violence Shelters ; Homeless Shelter

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