What is Permanent Supportive Housing?
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About North Church Court
Located in downtown St. Catharines this building offers 127 units of housing including 71 one bedroom, 41 two bedroom and 15 three bedroom units. Thirty of these units are accessible and designed for persons with disabilities. The building also includes a day care facility with a natural play area, onsite storage for residents, laundry facilities, a large common room with cooking facilities, and bicycle and electric scooter storage.
Bethlehem offers long term permanent affordable and/or subsidized housing with on-site support and advocacy services, information referral and connection to community services, social and recreational activities.
Bethlehem’s distinctive, multi-faceted, community-based approach is changing lives. Together with our community partners, we are identifying and addressing the root causes of homelessness so that families have the capacity to remain safely and affordably housed for years to come.
About Our Residents
North Church Court provides permanent housing for men, women and families of low to moderate income with a focus on those who are homeless due to issues with poverty, physical disability, mental health, domestic violence and family breakdown.
This development is about building homes for people in need, but ultimately it is about building a community that is safe, inclusive and offers economic opportunity for all.
Unit Photos of North Church Court
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111 Church Street
St. Catharines, ON
71 with 1 Bedroom
41 with 2 Bedrooms
15 with 3 Bedrooms
17 with 1 Bedroom
11 with 2 Bedrooms
2 with 3 Bedrooms
Approximately 198 residents