Permanent Housing

Na-Me-Res has provided deeply affordable housing for the Indigenous community in Toronto for over 10 years. We have a track record of acquiring properties and converting them into attractive affordable housing for Indigenous men who have formerly been homeless.

These projects are intended to help address the acute need for more affordable and supportive rental housing for single Indigenous males of modest incomes, some with mobility issues.

To ensure a successful transition, Na-Me-Res offers dedicated supports to tenants including suggestions on how to effectively deal with budgeting, conflict resolution and other housing matters.

As deeply affordable housing units, rent is approximately 57 percent of the market rent in the neighbourhood.

O’Gitchidaa Mushkiki Wigwam (OMW)

O’Gitchidaa Mushkiki Wigwam (OMW), which loosely translates in English as Warriors Medicine House, consists of two affordable housing units in Parkdale. Opened in September 2012, it is available to Na-Me-Res clients who are transitioning to permanent housing.