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The Alliance to End Homelessness (ATEH) produces an annual progress report on Ending Homelessness in Ottawa.

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Volunteers are always welcome to share in the work of the Alliance, allowing us to grow our impact and enhancing efforts to end homelessness in Ottawa.


Become a Member:

Membership in the Alliance is open to all individuals and organizations who support our vision.

Who We Are

The Alliance to End Homelessness is a non-partisan, non-profit organization taking action to end homelessness in Ottawa. We envision an inclusive community where everyone has an appropriate home. We work in partnership to facilitate research, evaluation, public education and advocacy to achieve this goal.


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Two years in to our Ten-Year Plan, and we need to stay focused: Alliance Deputation regarding City of Ottawa 2016 Draft Budget

December 1st, 2015|0 Comments

As part of the City of Ottawa’s 2016 Budget consultations, the Alliance […]

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Details on Break-out Sessions at November 24 Community Forum

November 16th, 2015|0 Comments

At this year’s annual Community Forum on Ending Homelessness, attendees will be […]

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“We Care About Each Other”: Doris Zastre on over 20 years of service with the CCOC

November 1st, 2015|0 Comments

By Erin Dej

Doris has done it all. Before volunteering with Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation (CCOC), she was one of the pioneers of the Sandy Hill Community Development Corporation, which later became the Sandy Hill Community Health Centre. It was during this time, the early 1970s, that Doris and her neighbours started talking around the kitchen table, wondering about what it means to have safe and affordable housing in a growing city. By 1975 CCOC had its first building and in 1981 Doris and her family moved in. She hasn’t looked back since.


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