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Homeless Indicator Guidelines
February 9, 2009

The homeless indicator assists staff to identify clients who have been homeless, in order to provide appropriate and specialized services.

A client or applicant will be considered homeless if they have been:

  • living in public spaces (e.g., on the streets, in abandoned buildings, in tent cities) and/or a homeless shelter for more than 30 days; or
  • brought to a ministry office by a BC Housing Outreach Worker through the Homeless Outreach Program.


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