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Brennan House

Brennan House is an 8 bed facility for youth aged 15-18 years with complex mental health issues. Staff at Brennan House develop individualized treatment plans to support or enhance youth with their integration into the community. Youth have barrier free access to the Mental Health Clinician as well as individualized and clinically informed care.

Details 905-577-1166

Christmas Programs

Good Shepherd Christmas Programs bring the joy of the holiday season to many people in our community.

Details 905-972-9485 Email us

Emergency Clothing Program

The Emergency Clothing Program provides cost-free help for families and individuals in need. If you need to use our services, please call us at 905-972-9485 for info and visit in person to register for the program. Please bring I.D. for all household members when you register. Registration hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Program hours are Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.

Details 905-972-9485
Christmas Programs

Emergency Food Program (Venture Centre)

The Good Shepherd Venture Centre Emergency Food Program is a dignified, efficient and safe space where emergency food and clothing is easily accessible for clients. If you have questions about the food & clothing program, please call us at 905.972.9485. All new registrations must sign up in person. Registration hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. *Please bring I.D. for all household members with proof of address when you register in person.

Grocery and program hours are Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.

Details 905-972-9485
A Family Unpacking

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Hamilton

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Inc. provides supportive housing in Hamilton. Tenants are typically those with mental or physical disabilities and victims of domestic violence.

Details 905-525-5188
A Family Unpacking

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes Toronto

Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes provides permanent supportive housing and community-based programs to individuals living with mental health and substance use-related needs. Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes helps people with a history of or at-risk of homelessness and support them in maintaining permanent housing and improve their quality of life. Good Shepherd Non-Profit Homes connects individuals to resources needed to nurture and maintain social, recreational, educational, occupational and vocational activities.

Details 416.203.2711
Woman Massing Foot

Health Clinics

Good Shepherd Health Clinics are part of the Shelter Health Network (SHN), which is a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare providers operating within the shelters and community agencies in the downtown core of Hamilton. SHN was established in 2005 to reach out to a high-risk population who do not have stable housing and who have complex health problems, which often have a secondary presentation of a mental health and addiction issues. SHN has thirteen clinic sites, which includes five sites operated by Good Shepherd.


Notre Dame House

Good Shepherd Notre Dame House is committed to helping youth who are street-involved or homeless due to family violence, conflict, abuse, neglect, poverty and exposure to mental health and addiction issues. Our goal is to ensure that they have the support they need to overcome obstacles and break down barriers to become active and contributing members of our community.

Details 905-308-8090

Notre Dame House School

Notre Dame House School provides an alternative learning environment, breaking barriers for students who have been affected by homelessness, poverty, family breakdown and mental illness. Students may attend the school for a brief period and then reintegrate into a main stream high school or they may complete their high school credits and graduate from Notre Dame House School.

Details (905)528-2032

Regina’s Place

Regina’s Place is a transitional housing program for young parents and their children. Young parents aged 21 and younger, who are confronted with enormous responsibilities as they raise their babies, live in one of 15 fully furnished, subsidized transitional housing apartments. Originally opened as Angela’s Place, it was renamed Regina’s Place in June 2017 as a tribute to the memory of the late Sister Regina Brunelle. 

Details 905-549-4276

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