Calgary Recovery Services Task Force Report
January 20, 2017
In 2015, a committee of representatives from 26 homeless serving agencies, government, and other community stakeholders came together to consider ways of collaboratively responding to the complex healthcare and housing needs of homeless individuals in Calgary. The shared goal of this committee is the improvement of health outcomes and housing supports for the city’s most vulnerable homeless individuals.   Health & Wellness Needs of Calgary’s Most Vulnerable In order to better understand the complex experiences of homeless Calgarians, the Calgary Recovery Services Task Force commissioned a study through the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine. This study analyzed the experiences of 300 of Calgary’s 900 most complex and chronically homeless men and women. The findings directly informed our recommendations and guiding principles.

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