The Taskforce to End Homelessness in Burnaby Video

The Taskforce to End Homelessness in Burnaby

The Task Force To End Homelessness in Burnaby, formed in 2005, has worked to ensure the provision of housing, support services and adequate income for Burnaby residents who are without housing or at risk of homelessness.

The Taskforce to End Homelessness in Burnaby and its charitable non-profit, The Society to End Homelessness in Burnaby, in partnership with SPARC BC, carried out a case study evaluation of the initiative and assessment of its service model as potential best practice for helping to address homelessness at a community level.  The Taskforce is comprised of a wide diversity of membership including all levels of government, the health authority, social service agencies, business, faith communities, and concerned citizens.

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