Friday, November 21, 2014



Milton Transitional Housing is a community-based, registered Canadian charity that provides bridge accommodation and supportive counselling to people in Milton who are experiencing a housing crisis.  Our purpose is to assist participants in overcoming the challenges that prevent them from securing and maintaining a stable, affordable home. 

Our goal, “…from HOPE to HOME”, summarizes our belief that lives can be rebuilt with support and assistance from their community.


The Milton Transitional Housing program became a reality in July 2011 with a volunteer board and start-up funding support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, and agency of the Government of Ontario. MTH’s first participant was accepted into the program in February 2012. In the winter of 2013 we have increased our capacity to three housing units, and our goal is to provide seven supported transitional housing units within five years. 

Halton Region’s Comprehensive Housing Strategy has identified transitional housing as a big part of the solution to the problem of housing crisis (outright homelessless, or the risk of homelessness). Transitional housing is designed to be a bridge from the short-term emergency shelter system (often as little as 30 days in duration) to long-term affordable housing. With MTH, this “transitional” period can extend from four to 24 months and offers housing at subsidized rental rates, along with requiring participants to set goals and undertake counselling and training to help achieve their goals.


ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING coming up on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2014 – 7pm at Hugh Foster Hall, 141 King St., just south of Milton Town Hall. Learn more about our work and help us celebrate our successes and honour our outstanding volunteers – find out who this year’s “Outstanding Volunteer”!  Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there!


Donna Danielli, MTH's Executive Director, was featured in an Inside Halton article on August 20, 2014: "Donna Danielli works to prevent Milton, Ontario residents from becoming homeless." READ THE ARTICLE


MTH hosted successful EMPTY BOWLS SOUP LUNCH on March 30



If you would like to hear more about sponsorship, please call 289-971-0060, or email office@miltontransitionalhousing.ca


MinMaxx Realty – www.minmaxx.com


U-Need Storage 


The David & Chaia Ayre Goodworks Foundation

Simply Creative Pottery Studio 


Habitat for Humanity Halton


Boston Pizza Milton

Boston Presbyterian Church Ladies Fellowship Group

Grace Anglican Church Community Outreach 

Faith United Milton Church

Milton Area Christian Churches Working Together

Prosperity One Community Development Fund

Sleep Country Milton

St. Paul's United Church Mission & Outreach 

Registered Canadian Charity

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DINING OUT coupon book

Milton Transitional Housing has partnered with Knox Presbyterian Church in offering the 2014-2015 DINING OUT COUPON BOOK – 31 valuable coupons you can redeem when "dining out" in Milton. $25.00 per booklet. 
Call 289-971-0060 or email office@miltontransitionalhousing.ca to order your coupon booklet. Or CLICK HERE to purchase booklet using your credit or debit card through our PayPal service. $25.00 per booklet. Coupons valid from July 1, 2014 through until June 30, 2014.

Valuable coupons for free meals and discounts at the following Milton restaurants:  Bistro On Main, Boston Pizza, Bumpr’s Restaurant, Casa Americo Bar & Restaurant, Casey’s Bar & Grill, Champs FEC, East Side Mario’s, Fifth Wheel Truck Stop, Grand Chalet & Tony's Spiducci's, Harvest Goodies, Heritage Fish N Chips, Hood & Grill, Ivy Arms, Kelsey’s, Lunch Box Café and Catering, Marble Slab Creamery, Montana's Restaurant , Ned Devine’s, OPA Souvlaki Of Greece, Pita Factory, Portabello's Pizza & Eatery, Rad Brothers Sports Bar & Taphouse, South 202, Springridge Farms, Troy’s Diner, Wings Up! Milton, The WORKS Gourment Burger Bistro

We are very grateful to our SPONSORS


We are the grateful recipient of grants from: