Nanaimo Homeless Coalition
Uniting the organizations, citizens and governments that support our most vulnerable residents.
Together, we work to end homelessness while diminishing the harm it causes to individuals and community.
By bringing together the many organizations working to address homelessness, we are more impactful and effective in our approach.
COVID-19 UPDATES & RESOURCES
COVID-19 response for vulnerable populations
On April 1, 2020, the City of Nanaimo held an emergency, special council meeting to discuss some of the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on our community. One of the priority concerns is the management of the vulnerable population in Nanaimo in light of the crisis.
At that meeting, it was identified that the City of Nanaimo is working with Island Health and BC Housing to assist in planning for accommodating those experiencing homelessness who may need to be isolated as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Health and Housing Task Force will reconvene and work with the Nanaimo Homeless Coalition to identify strategies to assist those experiencing homelessness in Nanaimo during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full news release from the City, here.
SERVICE PROVIDER UPDATES: The latest information on which programs and services are operational in Nanaimo.
MESSAGE FROM MP PAUL MANLY: Information and updates on relief programs and funding from the Federal Government
INFORMATION FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS: Updates on resources and investments from senior levels of government.
BC NON-PROFIT IMPACT SURVEY: How has COVID-19 impacted your organization? Where do you need funding and support? From Vancouver Foundation
Take a look at our five-year plan
Nanaimo's Action Plan to End Homelessness was developed by the Nanaimo Homeless Coalition
and endorsed by the City of Nanaimo.
Homelessness in Nanaimo
Important information about homelessness and how it's impacting our community.
Learn more about the Nanaimo Homeless Coalition
The Nanaimo Homeless Coalition offers guidance and direction on the delivery of services for our most at-risk residents, by bringing together the many organizations working to address homelessness.
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