Eviction Prevention

Apply to the Housing Stability Programme

The Housing Stability Programme (HSP) is designed to assist individuals and families with one-time funding to secure and maintain housing. HSP can be accessed to assist with Rental Arrears, Utility Arrears to prevent disconnection, First & Last Month Rent Deposit.

Ensure you read the below information carefully before applying to the Housing Stability Programme. 

Apply Online

For more information about the programme, contact 519.837.2670 x 3712

Frequently Asked Questions

Community Supports

Individuals/Families (25+ years)Phone number
Social Services 1.800.265.7294
Stepping Stone 226.821.3345
Housing Stability - Rent Arrears 519.837.2670 x 3712
GCHC Welcoming Streets Outreach 519.838.6737
Community Resource Centre 519.843.7000
Legal Clinic 519.821.2100 or 1.800.628.9205
Family Health Team 519.323.0255
For Youth (16-25 years)Phone number
Wyndham House Shelter Diversion - Weekdays226.962.3574
Wyndham House Shelter Diversion - Evenings/Weekends519.837.3892

Additional Financial Assistance

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Struggling with high energy costs? Contact the Energy Coach to start saving!

The Energy Coach is a one-on-one service which helps low-income residents reduce their home’s energy costs. You may qualify for FREE home upgrades such as new doors, windows, air conditioners, appliances, smart thermostats, and more!
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Are you curious about your homes energy efficiency? Check out the Home Energy Tool Kit!

Check out a Home Energy Tool Kit from your local Wellington County Library. The kit will have tools, activities, and information to help you better understand your household energy use, complete with a follow along book on how to save on energy costs.