RENT is a peer-learning network for community workers who provide housing help. Housing workers can be found at:
RENT Members assist each other with daily, practical issues of housing help work, by finding other members, posting discussions, and attending RENT sessions.
Finding other members is easy. Our search function allows members to search by name, agency, type of work place, language, client population and area of the city.
RENT membership gives Housing Workers:
- Attendance at RENT Sessions to learn about emerging issues in housing
- Bi-weekly RENT bulletins about news at RENT and housing issues in Toronto
- Bi-weekly Housing Help News on local, provincial and national housing issues
- Find other members who can help you provide service
- Find other housing workers who you can job shadow with
- Search the On Line Library with over 1700 documents
- Access to Landlordconnect.ca, an on line vacancy listing of low market rent units run by landlords who are willing to work with you to reduce evictions.
Do you help people find and keep housing as part of your work?
By providing us with your contact information, you are joining the network.
By joining the network, you will be able to register online for monthly sessions; receive all announcements; receive seasonal e-bulletins; access colleagues through network; access mentors; post questions and issues; and participate in online discussions.
If you are concerned about housing and homelessness in Canada, our list of resources can help you learn more about the issues.
Find listings for many of the services that assist people experiencing homelessness, including addiction services, clothing banks, employment centres, mental health services, shelters, housing and housing help services. Join RENT for access to hundreds more resources like this!