What is the Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS)?
The Homelessness Partnering Strategy, also known as HPS, is a community-based program aimed at preventing and reducing homelessness by providing direct support and funding to 61 designated communities across Canada.
The YMCA of Regina was awarded the role of Community Entity for the HPS program in June 2012. The YMCA is now responsible for administering the HPS program to the community of Regina for both the Designated Communities Funding Stream and the Aboriginal Homelessness funding stream. The YMCA works closely with a local Community Advisory Board, or CAB, which is also sometimes referred to as the Regina Homelessness Committee (RHC). The CAB works with the YMCA and the community to select and recommend projects for funding under the HPS program, to move towards the goal of preventing and reducing homelessness in the community of Regina.
For information on how your organization can apply for HPS funding please contact
Where Can I Get More Information on the HPS Program?
For more information on the Government of Canada's HPS program, please visit Employment and Social Development Canada's (ESDC) Homelessness Partnering Strategy.
You can also download a PowerPoint presentation, detailing the Homelessness Partnering Strategy 2014-2019, as well as previous accomplishments and future direction.