Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA) will study existing service gaps at the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) to identify strategic responses available to frontline workers. It will work with a committee of community partners from across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to develop and deliver tools and training to build legal competency in frontline workers on LTB matters. Five in-person trainings will be delivered in the GTA and a training webinar will be available online. CERA will provide phone support to assist frontline workers with individual client case management. CERA’s primary project partners are Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services, East York East Toronto Family Resources, and LAMP Community Health Centre. This initiative will work to prevent evictions and homelessness among vulnerable renters facing hearings at the LTB.
April 25, 2019
Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation
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