Bridge to Home
Housing First Program
Bridge to Home by Accessible Housing
Over the course of the year, 62 individuals were served in the program.
We work with individuals that have limited mobility and are chronically homeless while following these principles:
- Immediate access to suitable housing
- Choice and self-determination
- Recovery orientation
- Individualized and client-driven supports
- Social and Community integration
We move people who experience homelessness into independent and permanent housing as quickly as possible, and then provide them with additional services and supports as needed. This includes rental subsidies and case management, with the focus of meaningful community engagement and supportive relationships.
Accessible Housing’s Bridge to Home Program is funded by the Calgary Homeless Foundation
Frequently Asked Questions
Bridge to Home is a 6-18-month, critical time intervention, case management program that supports people with reduced mobility who are also experiencing chronic or episodic homelessness
Bridge to Home Case Managers provide focused, time-limited, case management to support program participants recover from homelessness, reconnect with their community, and build enduring ties and natural support systems.
Case Managers work alongside program participants to make both formal and informal connections and supports within community.