“It took me a year to unpack because I kept thinking I was going to get an eviction notice,” says Dream Team member Linda Chamberlain, who has lived in supportive housing for the past 15 years.
Chamberlain spoke at the “Housing as a Human Right” forum last Friday in Toronto.
The Dream Team advocates for more safe, secure and affordable supportive housing for people living with mental health and addiction issues.
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