Getting Home Project: Overcoming Barriers to Housing after Violence

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The Getting Home Project: Overcoming Barriers to Housing after Violence is a three-year, community-based project, focusing on reducing barriers to safe, secure and affordable housing for women and their children experiencing violence in BC.

This community needs assessment is designed to gather research on the local, provincial and national level. While the scope of our research is to identify the needs and gaps for women accessing affordable housing in BC, we also looked to global and national research to gather information on best practices and well-documented gaps that housing researchers have already acknowledged in other jurisdictions.

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