The Homeless Outreach Program is often the last resort for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS who are living on the street or risking homelessness. In addition to Fife House's own supportive housing program, the Homeless Outreach Program assists individuals and families by connecting them with private market landlords, not-for-profit housing programs and Toronto's social housing sector.
In addition to housing help, the Fife House Homeless Outreach Program provides a client-centred case management approach to link clients with community supports based on clients needs. Such areas of support may include: health and mental health; addictions; life skills in housing retention; immigration and settlement.
This past year, the Homeless Outreach Program assisted 360 clients, including families.