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    Response to COVID-19

    In efforts to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and for the health and safety of all staff, participants, volunteers, and other individuals involved with Home Suite Hope, please be advised that the Home Suite Hope office is open for drop-offs from Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment only. Non-medical masks or face coverings are required and all visitors must complete a pre-screening questionnaire. To set up an appointment, please contact [email protected].

    See Home Suite Hope’s pre-screening COVID-19 Health Questionnaire here.

    Read our full COVID-19 Report here.


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    Programs that provide wraparound services and supports to single parent families in Halton Region.


    Learn about our story: what we do, and why.

    Home Suite Hope unites a network of vital support services for single parents and their children—to encourage and support them as they journey from poverty to stability.

    Poverty, and the hopelessness it fosters, is often passed on from one generation to the next. Children growing up in poverty learn to believe education and secure employment are beyond their reach. Without empowerment, they may not have the tools and support to think beyond their microcosm of despair. Often these individuals do not choose the most promising path, and seek shorter-term sustenance, which constricts a life-long flourishing.

    Together, we are transforming the patterns of poverty – to a legacy of empowered prosperity. One family at a time.


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    Anna is a first-generation immigrant to Canada, and former participant of the Homeward Bound Halton Program through Home Suite Hope.


    It wasn’t long ago that Layla found herself isolated, pregnant and residing in a women’s shelter. Today, she and her son are living in a small apartment, subsidized through Home Suite Hope’s previous ReStart Halton Program.


    Tanisha is a single mother of three children, with two different fathers. One father was not involved at all in his children’s life, and the other father only saw his child part-time.

    Home Suite Hope is not an emergency shelter. Please contact 311 if you’re in need of emergency accommodations.

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