Resource Centres

We operate eight centres that support over 1000 Ottawa Community Housing tenants with services ranging from crisis support to community development, so that we can prevent homelessness in our city.

Helping tenants keep their homes.

We know that keeping your housing is as important as finding it in the first place. We also know that meeting people where they are increases the odds of getting them the help they need.

That’s why we’ve placed our eight resource centres in Ottawa Community Housing buildings: to make practical support easily accessible to a large number of clients so they can maintain stable housing. We do our best to make sure clients are well connected with their community and we see them thrive as a result.

Our team of Housing Support workers is available Monday to Friday during the day to connect with tenants when they need someone to talk to. They help with issues such as:

Our resource centres are located at the following Ottawa Community Housing properties:


725 Bernard St.


110 Cobourg St.


251 Donald St.


255 Donald St.


1455 Heatherington Rd.


380 Murray St.


2080 Russell Rd.


215 Wurtemburg St.

This project is funded by the Government of Canada

Solving homelessness is about more than finding housing.

Our tenants also need support with setting up their new homes, accessing services, connecting with community, and more. Whatever your skill set, you can be part of the solution.

Donate Money

Give the gift of home with a regular or one-off donation

Donate Items

Make someone’s day by donating your new or gently used items


Host an event to raise awareness and funds so we can see an end to homelessness


Use your skills and time to make a difference in someone’s life