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Statistics & Figures

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In 2016 - 2017

Adsum House provided:

  • 5,614 bed nights for emergency shelter
  • 198 unique persons, ranging in age from infancy to +70 years, with shelter and social work support
  • 12,810 meals to residents and visitors
  • 2,508 visits to the Deja Vu clothing room
  • 836 hours of programming
  • 55 women with household items when they moved to housing
  • 6 outdoor Free Sales open to the community
  • 184 women & children with Christmas gifts at our community party
  • Weekly on site access to a MOSH nurse (Mobile Outreach Street Health) 

Adsum Court provided:

  • 30 women with housing, rented at 30% of their income; tenancy ranged from a few months to 20+ years
  • 700 meals prepared by residents together with staff
  • 1,360 hours of programming
  • 957 food bags from Feed Nova Scotia to supplement residents' groceries
  • 261 meetings with an Adsum social worker

The Alders provided:

  • 17 women and 4 children with affordable housing; tenancy ranged from 1 month to 5 and a half years
  • 340 visits to the Drop-In for showers and laundry
  • 202 supportive counselling, referral and advocacy visits
  • 78 people, including 23 children, with housing searches and support
  • 16 people, including 4 children, with support while transitioning to housing
  • 57 women and trans* individuals with ongoing support to maintain their housing 

Adsum Centre provided:

  • 29 women, youth and trans* persons and 9 children with housing and 24-hour support
  • 184 days of stay, on average
  • 768 hours of educational, therapeutic and recreational programming
  • 586 hours of one-on-one meetings to residents
  • 20 mothers with the Strengthening Parenting Skills program
  • Program and support to mothers of 23 children and 3 pregnant women
  • 14 children with regular supervised access visits with their mothers
  • 9 children with a home when they were returned to their mother's care while residing at the Centre
  • 19 women and families with support to move on to independent housing
  • Outreach support to 8 women and 4 families; most visits were in person, bi-weekly
  • 7 women and families with ongoing Outreach support as they are still housed 6 months after exiting the Centre

Family Condominiums provided:

  • 8 people, including 3 mothers and 5 children, with safe, quality housing
  • 3 families with supplemented rent to make the housing affordable
  • Stability with 1 family celebrating 3 years housed and 2 celebrating a year housed with open ended leases
  • Services and social work support, as needed