Emergency Shelter for Men and Women
Emergency Shelters For Men
Good Shepherd Centre
135 Mary Street, Box 1003,
Hamilton, ON L8N 3R1
Emergency shelter for men in need of temporary accommodation. A daily hot meal is served for non-residents as well. Bag lunch available, also a food bank. Clothing and household items available if needed.
Mission Services Men's Residence
325 James Street North,
Hamilton, ON L8L 1H3
Programs available to adult men experiencing a crisis in housing, clothing, finances, and personal well-being. Also emergency men's shelter.
Booth Centre Single Men's Hostel
94 York Boulevard,
Hamilton, ON L8R 1R6
Emergency shelter for men. Provides a bag lunch. Also a daily traveling meal van stopping at several downtown locations between 9 pm and midnight. Call for schedule
Emergency Shelters for Women
Crisis Line: 905-387-8881
Business Line: 905-387-9959
A transition house for battered/abused women and their children. Provides meals, emergency clothing and personal needs, 7 days a week.
Crisis Line: 905-523-6277
Business Line: 905-523-8895
Emergency family shelter specializing in the care of victims of domestic violence. 28 bed security-equipped transition house for women and children in crisis.
9 bed emergency shelter for homeless women 18 years and older who may experience difficulty in accessing the shelter system.
Native Women's Centre
Provides safe emergency shelter for all women regardless of age, ancestry, culture, place of origin or sexual orientation, with or without children, who are experiencing a crisis in their lives due to family violence, homelessness, or conflict with the law.
Crisis Line: 905-529-8600
Business Line: 905-529-8149
Emergency shelter for abused and homeless women and their children, as well as female teenagers over the age of 16.
Emergency Shelters for Youth (Ages 16-21)
Notre Dame House
14 Cannon Street West,
Hamilton, ON L8R 3B3
There are 11 beds available for males and 9 beds available for females. Laundry facilities and meals are provided. Additional services are provided through their resource centre from 9-5 p.m. daily. These include school, employment counselling, addictions counsellings, public health nurse.