The Neighbourhood Group (TNG) and COTA Health (Cota) are the successful proponents of the Request for Proposal (RFP) to operate the first phase of the City’s modular housing initiative.
Operators with 81 years of combined experience in providing supportive housing and support services have been named for the first phase of the City of Toronto’s modular housing initiative.
The Neighbourhood Group (TNG) and COTA Health (Cota) are the successful proponents of the Request for Proposal (RFP) to operate the first phase of the City’s modular housing initiative. Together, these two not-for-profit organizations will be operating and providing support services at both at 11 Macey Avenue and 150 Harrison Street for a 35-year term starting this fall.
I am so excited that @NeighbourhdGrp and @CotaInspires will be supporting tenants of 100 new units of supporting housing this year! #affordablehousing and supportive housing is urgently needed!
We are thrilled to work with @CotaInspires as operators of @cityoftoronto 1st modular supportive buildings to support 100 people in achieveing housing stability. Our mission is to help people, promote independence & dignity to build a vibrant #community.
The Neighbourhood Group, a community-based organization and United Way Anchor organization, helps over 60,000 vulnerable people by delivering programs and services that create opportunities to improve and enhance lives, and help people to live independently and with dignity in the community. With a 100-year+ history serving Toronto neighbourhoods, The Neighbourhood Group has 36 years of experience specializing in owning and operating high-quality affordable and supportive rental housing. They bring a strong property management and housing team dedicated to supporting future residents of the modular buildings.
Cota is an accredited, community-based organization that has been supporting adults with mental health and cognitive challenges to live well within their communities for more than 45 years. Cota is also a member of the Steering Committee of the Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness (TAEH) and is committed to the objectives of ending the experience of chronic homelessness in Toronto, in part through the creation of deeply affordable supportive housing alternatives for people in need.
Excited to announce @NeighbourhdGrp and @CotaInspires as the operators of the City’s first two modular supportive buildings. With 81 years of combined experience, they will support 100 people exit homelessness and achieve housing stability.
“Together, these two not-for-profit organizations will be operating and providing support services at both at 11 Macey Avenue and 150 Harrison Street . . . starting this fall.” Here is the Macey project today; looking forward to seeing it grow and welcoming my new neighbours.
Jointly, TNG and Cota bring the proven expertise and qualifications needed to support the 100 people who will be moving into the City’s modular housing this fall and help to ensure they have the support they need to transition from homelessness to being successfully housed.
The operators will provide 24/7 on-site staffing and will be able to offer the following supports to tenants at each site:
Cota looks forward to working with our partner colleagues, The Neighbourhood Group, on this exciting opportunity.
The Neighbourhood Group, an amalgamation of Central Neighbourhood House (founded in 1911), Neighbourhood Link Support Services (founded in 1975) and St. Stephen’s Community House (founded in 1962), helps over 60,000 vulnerable people at every stage of their lives, promotes independence and dignity, and engages the skills and talents of neighbours to build a vibrant community. With 700 employees, and 2,200 volunteers, The Neighbourhood Group serves some of the city’s most at-risk groups including frail seniors, adults who are ill or disabled, marginalized children, youth and their families, newcomers, refugees, people who are homeless or precariously housed and those searching for employment. For more information click here.
Cota is an accredited, not-for-profit, community-based organization that has been supporting adults with mental health and cognitive challenges to live well within their communities for over 45 years. The organization also work collaboratively with funders, partners and other stakeholders, across the provincial health and social service systems, to inspire positive change in the way that services are delivered to individuals living with mental health and cognitive challenges. Cota offers a wide range of services to adults living with serious mental illness, geriatric mental health conditions, acquired brain injuries, developmental disabilities and dual diagnoses. Services include case management, supportive housing, short-term residential beds, day programs, court and justice related services, two Assertive Housing First Teams and services for individuals who are experiencing homelessness. For more information
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