We’re taking bold, collaborative action

Together we’re changing the way communities and systems support women* experiencing homelessness and involved in survival sex work.

We’re taking bold, collaborative action Together we’re changing the way communities and systems support women* experiencing homelessness and involved in survival sex work.

We’re taking bold, collaborative action

Together we’re changing the way communities and systems support women* experiencing homelessness and involved in survival sex work.

SLWAR team taking to a group of people

It takes a committed community

SLWAR is a collective of people who have an unwavering belief that a community without homelessness is possible.

Everyone deserves a place to call home

For women involved in survival sex work, safe, stable housing can change everything.

Woman opening a door

From invisible to unstoppable

Participants are rewriting their future on their own terms.
Agencies are reconfiguring how they work together.

Be part of the solution

A step-by-step guide to launch SLWAR in your community.

Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek (39 Indigenous Nations), Haudenosaunee (6 Iroquois Nations), Wendat (Huron Nation), Attawandaron (Neutral Nation), and the Lenni Lenape (Delaware Nation). We acknowledge the many longstanding treaty relationships between Indigenous Nations and Canada. We recognize that all levels of government in Canada have a responsibility to honour these Nation-to-Nation relationships, and that individually, we all have a role to play in honouring the treaties, and contributing to reconciliation.