SK Need and Demand Study - Housing For Victims of Sex Trafficking

Holistic Restoration involves Safe Houses & Transitional Homes

The following slides have been created by Shaun Dyck, the Executive Director of SHIP (Saskatoon Housing Initiative Partnership) whom Hope Restored Canada hired to do a Need and Demand study in the spring of 2016 as a result of seed funding from CMHC (Canadian Mortgage Housing Corporation) for supporting our mission to open up transitional/ safe homes for trafficked victims in order to aid in restoration. These slides were created in support of the 140 page comprehensive need and demand study.

 

These slides were created in support of the 140 page comprehensive need and demand study which includes the following:

Executive Summery, Canada's anti trafficking strategies, a Saskatchewan human trafficking research study, an overview of 3 key cities in SK, Current housing needs and safe homes/ shelters in SK including a gap analysis, a human trafficking survey of service providers  among other key findings to support Hope Restored Canada's strategic plan to offer housing supports for victims of sex trafficking. 

Hope Restored Canada will be highlighting our case for support this year to garner community support, through personal, corporate and grant funding partnerships. For more information, contact info@hoperestoredcanada.org or call 306-371-4673