FAQ | Market (non-subsidized) Rentals | Emergency Shelter
Other Support Resources | PATH Forms and Resources
Peel Access to Housing (PATH) monitors maintains and updates the social housing centralized wait list. Social housing is housing funded by various government programs in which eligible tenants pay reduced rents based on their gross income.
Write or visit us at:
Service Peel to Housing (PATH)
10 Peel Centre Dr., Suite B
PO Box 2800, STN B
Brampton ON L6T 0E7
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|Call us at: 905-453-1300
|Fax us at: 905-453-1308
(Please do not fax in your application)
an application (218KB, 11 pages)
or Apply On-line
You can apply for social housing by completing and filing an application with PATH. Applications are available for pick-up at the PATH office, from this Website or call us and we will mail one to you. PATH staff will be happy to assist you in completing an application at our office or answer your questions over the telephone. Completed applications can be dropped off at our office or mailed in.
Currently there is a waiting list for social housing in Peel. You will be placed on this waiting list once you have submitted a complete application and have been determined eligible for social housing. Because of the high demand for subsidized housing the wait may take many years.
Your application will be returned if your forms are not completely filled out or if any necessary documents are missing. You will not be placed on the waiting list until your application is complete.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Please read the social housing Frequently Asked Questions page and the instructions that come with the Application Package carefully. They will answer many questions about social housing in Peel, who is eligible to apply, the application process, and the waiting list system.
If you need help in a language other than English or French please contact PATH for a list of community agencies that can help you complete your application.
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Market (non-subsidized) Rentals
Rental units are available at market (non-subsidized) rate through Peel Living, the Region of Peel’s non-profit housing arm. For details on all available units please visit the Viewit Website.
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If you have nowhere to stay and are in immediate need of shelter please contact Ontario Works in Peel. Ontario Works in Peel helps those in need find emergency accommodation. They can be reached at 905-793-9200 during business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday), or through the After Hours Line at 905-451-6108 at all other times.
Contact list for Emergency Shelters and Transitional Housing
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Other Support Resources
- Preventing Homelessness in Peel Program (PHIPP) - Provides one-time emergency assistance to low-income families and individuals at risk of losing their housing. To access this service, please call 905-793-9200.
- Street Helpline Peel – Peel’s street outreach program: now 1-877-848-8481, free from any telephone
- Distress Centre Peel: 905-278-7208.
- Mental Health Mobile Crisis Centre of Peel: 905-278-9036.
- Youth Mental Health Crisis Response Service: 416-410-8615.
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PATH Forms and Resources
Commonly used forms and helpful lists for Social Housing applicants are available from this Website.