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Housing

New Housing Services program in response to COVID-19:

Rapid Re-Housing Program

The City of Kawartha Lakes and County of Haliburton are looking to partner with landlords to help end homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the current situation the most vulnerable are at even higher risk and the City and County are looking to landlords to help house our vulnerable community members.

The Rapid Re-Housing Program offers landlords:

  • Funding to help prepare the unit for move-in
  • Prioritized COVID-19 screening prior to move-in, daily screening post-move-in
  • Tenant choice
  • Last months rent guarantee
  • Three months of pre-paid rent
  • Ongoing tenant affordability--Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit, or another similar housing benefit going forward
  • Landlord support contact through Affordable Housing Program Coordinator, who will regularly check-in to see how the tenancy is doing, and who can help find resources to maintain the tenancy if problems arise
  • Tenants are prioritized to take the Rent Smart tenant education program later in 2020

For more information on the program, please refer to the Rapid Re-Housing Program Information Package and Tenant Information Brochure.

Have a unit available? Fill out our online application.


Housing and Homelessness Services

We offer housing and homelessness supports and services for residents of the City of Kawartha Lakes and County of Haliburton.

Housing Services

Housing Services provide assistance with finding a home, preventing eviction and homeowner assistance.

Please note: Housing Services was formally known as Housing Help

KLH Housing Corporation

KLH Housing Corporation is a housing provider that serves Kawartha Lakes and the County of Haliburton. We are continuously building new units and have a wide range of apartment choices.

Community Housing

Community Housing provides eligible households with safe, affordable housing throughout communities in Kawartha Lakes and the County of Haliburton.

10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan

 Please see our new 10 Year Housing and Homelessness Plan page.

Homelessness Coordinated Entry System

 The Homelessness Coordinated Entry System supports individuals in the community who are homeless to get connected to the appropriate supports and services.

Trent University and the municipality of Kawartha Lakes have partnered to create an Intensive Case Management Evaluation Report for Kawartha Lakes. Intensive Case Management (ICM) is an approach to supporting clients with complex needs in terms of housing and mental health. The Evaluation Report found that the ICM program results in better quality of life for clients, more sustainable service delivery and increased satisfaction in housing.

Contact Us

Housing Help
Kawartha Lakes Office
Suite 1
37 Lindsay Street South, Lindsay ON K9V 2L9

County of Haliburton Office
Unit 8
49 Maple Avenue, Haliburton ON K0M 1S0
PO Box 728
Telephone: 705-878-9367
Toll Free: 1-844-878-9367
E-Mail Housing Help