Return to in-person: Emerging from the Pandemic
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Challenges and barriers for LGBTQ+ Newcomers
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Aging in Place
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The State of the Eviction Ban
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Adapting our work during Covid-19
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Community Mapping for Effective Referrals
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Eviction Prevention Amid COVID-19
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Welcome to the EYET Community Conversations page.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has caused significant shifts in the ways our agencies are able to operate, provide services, and support people facing housing instability. Since March of 2020, our colleagues, clients, and neighbours have experienced disconnect, isolation, and disruption to the ways we work, the ways we live, and the ways that we connect as a community.
The EYET Community Conversation series seeks to bring us together, to engage, to collaborate, to build community, and to share skills and strategies for facing the unique challenges that this pandemic has presented.
These Community Conversations focus on specific, relevant, and timely housing and homelessness related topics, and invite housing professionals, managers, administrators, and service users together to work collaboratively on identifying needs, discussing strategies for meeting those needs, and sharing skills and ideas that have worked well.
Our Community Conversations are solutions-oriented, and facilitated by EYET staff and guest presenters. The ideas shared in our working groups are captured and compiled in this space for the benefit of the sector. Check the materials and resources that we have made available under each Community Conversation topic, shared by housing professionals from across Toronto.