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Summer housing and homeless support

Together with our partners we’re offering help to our vulnerable communities during the warmer months.

In Peel there are many programs available to support housing, shelter, and fundamental needs.

Street Helpline


Offering 24/7 support for urgent homelessness needs, food, shelter access, referrals and more. The Street Helpline connects to our mobile Street Outreach team who can often come to your location to help. If you're in crisis or face an urgent need, call us.

Shelter Intake Line

Call 905-450-1996

We can help you find the best option in any Peel shelter, including in adult, youth, and family shelters. There are dedicated spaces for men and women.

Drop-in and meal programs

Regeneration Meal Program and Supports

156 Main St N, Brampton

Facilities and food for people in need, including:


Showers are available until half hour before closing.

Open Window Hub drop-in and meal program

Mississauga Valley Gymnasium

Burnhamthorpe Library

Port Credit Memorial Arena

The City of Mississauga's Central Library offers support to at-risk and homeless people, including referrals for mental health or addictions treatment, housing, and employment services. 905-615-3200 ext. 3541

During the COVID-19 pandemic, box lunches, personal hygiene kits and items such as socks, gloves and hats are provided as needed.

Hot grab-and-go meals are offered at the Open Window Hub now located at Civic Centre Cafe on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday starting at 12 p.m.

In From the Heat Program at St. Leonard's Place Peel

1105 Queen St. East, Brampton
Located in the gymnasium.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Guests will be provided with snacks and access to a shower and laundry facilities.

Call 437-332-9081 for more information
Walk-ins also welcome

Shower programs

City of Mississauga shower program

Free shower facilities are available Monday to Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the following locations:

Learn more about Mississauga's programs to support the homeless.

Mental health support

Food banks

Call 211 or Region of Peel at 905-791-7800 or refer to food programs.