...FROM HOPE TO HOME


Help is available! Milton Transitional Housing provides safe, subsidized transitional housing to individuals and families in crisis - while providing the support & resources needed to help our clients in Halton improve their current situations and graduate to independent living.


Fundraising enables us to continue the work for those in need in our community. We rely on an amazing group of volunteers, donors, and supporters to help us succeed in our mission to prevent and end homelessness in our community. Please consider a one-time or monthly donation to show your support, or sign up as a volunteer to become part of the MTH team. There are people at risk of homelessness living in Halton. You can help!



A Healthy Community Begins at Home


Did you know that there are people in crisis and at risk of homelessness - living right here in Halton and Milton? MTH offers hope, while providing safe, subsidized transitional housing, and helping our clients graduate to independent living; by overcoming the challenges that prevent them from securing & maintaining a stable, affordable home.

…from Hope to Home


We offer safe & local living spaces for our clients to call home during our 2-year program as our top priority, while offering expert help & case support to ensure the overall success of our program. Our team helps our clients stabilize their lives, maintain hope, and move forward with dignity; focusing on short / long-term goals, developing relevant life skills, and building independence.

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Graduate Success

A few words from some of our graduates.

"On behalf of Joey and I, we would like to thank Milton Transitional Housing for the tremendous support and ongoing assistance, in our journey going forward. Without your organization, our struggles would have been unbearable."

Graduate Testimonial Our Journey Going Forward

"Two years ago I was homeless and living in a hotel room with my son. I was vulnerable, scared, and very depressed. However, once I was offered a place to live in the MTH program I knew that my life was going to begin again. Yes, some days are harder than others, but I always use the “tools” provided to keep moving forward."

Graduate Testimonial Begin Again

"MTH has given me a safe space to reacquaint myself with my strengths & the support to use them to deal with my problems...allowing me to work on my personal / professional goals & deal with my challenges without being defined by them."

Graduate Testimonial Dealing with Challenges

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#CNOYMILTON


Thank you to all of our teams, walkers, donors, volunteers, and sponsors for another successful CNOY Milton in 2022. Together, we raised $101,452 in verified funds - that's over 125% of our goal! With 32, 254 walkers, 43 volunteers, and 1,342 donors, 2022 was our most successful fundraiser yet. See you in 2023 for our 10th annual walk on February 25th, 2023 - save the date!


Our Team

Meet the people behind the scenes.


DONNA DANIELLI

(EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR)

DAVID CARLETON

(PROGRAM MANAGER)

JASON PALMER

(CASE MANAGER)

JULIE NEABEL

(BOOKKEEPER / ASSISTANT)


CHERYL BUCKNOR

(CHAIR)

WENDY ROBERTS

(VICE CHAIR)

AMIR MOOSA

(TREASURER)

CATHERINE SCHAU

(SECRETARY)


COLIN BEST

(BOARD MEMBER)

JOHN POLLARD

(BOARD MEMBER)

STACI JAMES

(BOARD MEMBER)

COLIN WALKER

(BOARD MEMBER)

Latest Updates

Recent news, event / fundraising information, and resources. Here's the latest from MTH.

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CNOY Milton 2022 Results

With 32, 254 walkers, 43 volunteers, and 1,342 donors, 2022 was our most successful fundraiser yet. See you in 2023 for our 10th annual walk on February 25th, 2023 - save the date!

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Feb 2022

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25 Tips for Recruiting Walkers (CNOY 2022)

Check out these 25 tips for recruiting CNOY walkers! #CNOY22 is on February 26th, 2022. Visit https://cnoymilton.ca to register - start a team, join a team, donate, and share!

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Feb 2022

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CNOY Tips for Team Captains

Check out the following tips for CNOY team captains! #CNOY22 is on February 26th, 2022. Visit https://cnoymilton.ca to register - start a team, join a team, donate, and share!

Need Assistance?


Please note that MTH does not have access to emergency or shelter bedding. Help is available 24/7 by calling the Region of Halton at 905-825-6000 and asking for Housing Help. To apply to Milton Transitional Housing's supportive rent-geared-to-income program, you must contact the Region of Halton first, as all of MTH's clients are referred to our program through the Region of Halton's By Name Coordinated Access List.


Contact MTH


If you require assistance, or would like more information, send us a message below and we'll be in touch.