Innovations in Housing Stability: Social Housing Registry of Ottawa

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The innovation
A provider-led system that breaks down funding silos to promote access to a wide range of affordable and supportive housing

Social Housing Registry of Ottawa (The Registry)

People served
Low- and moderate-income people seeking rent-geared-to-income, below-market rent or supportive housing

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Show supportive housing providers what you can do for them. We ask, “Will this be better for you? Will it allow your staff to focus on what they do best, instead of managing a list?”
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Additional Resources

Terms of Reference – Social Housing Network
Social housing networks support the emergence of innovations in regional communities of social housing providers. See the sample terms of reference to see how Ottawa’s network is managed.
Job Description – Community Liaison Worker
The Social Housing Registry of Ottawa supports effective engagement through employing a Community Liaison Worker. See a sample job description here.
Business Case – Sample Outline
Having a business case can support the development of new initiatives. See a sample outline here.
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