Once a ‘hidden case’ of Windsor’s homeless, advocate wants more Indigenous-led supports – CBC

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Once a ‘hidden case’ of Windsor’s homeless, advocate wants more Indigenous-led supports – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 2, 202114 Views

Dec 02, 2021

Report says Indigenous people overrepresented in Windsor’s homeless population

Kim Noah feels anxious when her phone rings, aware that a missed call could leave one of her clients in a desperate situation.

“It could mean someone doesn’t have a house. It could mean someone doesn’t have an income. It could mean someone gets evicted,” she said.

Noah is Windsor’s only housing advocate for Indigenous people, a city-funded position with the Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre that helps people secure stable housing in the community.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/once-a-hidden-case-of-windsor-s-homeless-advocate-wants-more-indigenous-led-supports-1.6270238

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