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Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants

OCASI Mitigating the Risk of Homelessness for Immigrant and Refugee Women

Eco-Ethonomics worked with senior management at OCASI and an advisory committee consisting of representatives from WoodGreen, COSTI, Sojourn House, FCJ Refugee Centre, Fred Victor Centre, Scarborough Housing Help Centre, Flemington Neighborhood Services, St. Christopher House, Albion Neighborhood Services, Midaynta and others.  The project aimed to reduce the risk of homelessness for women immigrants and refugees, by mapping the service pathways of women and identifying ways of improving linkages between settlement service agencies and housing providers.  The project was focused on the development of practical tools and resources for improving community wide service coordination.

Community Based Research and Evalaution

Ontario Council for Agencies Serving Immigrants
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