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Right now, we're actively looking to raise funds to outfit all six of our facilities with emergency power. Your support means the world to the individuals we serve. 

In recognition of the 20th anniversary of National Housing Day (November 22, 2020) shelter providers Adsum for Women & Children, Out of the Cold Community Association, Phoenix Youth Programs and Shelter Nova Scotia have jointly issued a statement on the current state of housing in our community.

Our Facilities

Metro

Turning Point

1973

Emergency shelter for up to 30 guests who identify as male, transgender & non-binary. Our approach is based on harm reduction and People First principles. 

 

902.420.3282

Sir Sandford

Fleming House

1984

Community residential facility for up to 20 residents who identify as male, transgender & non-binary. We support individuals make the change from a correctional facility to community living. 

Barry House

2001

 

Emergency shelter for up to 17 guests who identify as female, transgender & non-binary. Our approach is based on harm reduction and People First principles. 

 

902.422-8324

Nehiley House
2005

Community residential facility for up to 8 residents who identify as female, transgender & non-binary. We support individuals making the change from a correctional facility to community living.

The Rebuilding

2012

A 19-unit affordable, supported living apartment for individuals who identify as male, transgender & non-binary and have experienced homelessness. Guided by Housing First principles, our tenants are provided the opportunity to start anew by moving into their own rental apartment, complete with individualized support. 

Herring Cove Apartments

2015

An affordable, supportive living environment dedicated to individuals who identify as male, transgender & non-binary, and are experiencing  chronic homelessness along with a long history of alcohol dependency. Guided by Housing First principles, we have the capacity to house 12 adults.

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Shelter Nova Scotia is grateful for the support we receive from local businesses and our donor community. Because you support us, we can support our clients, residents, tenants and guests. If you have any corporate partnership or third party fundraising ideas to share please reach out. Together we can do more.

101-5506 Cunard St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3K 1C2

902-406-3631

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