A Community Safety and Well-Being Plan is being developed for Hamilton.
This plan aims to ensure all residents in Hamilton feel safe, has a sense of belonging and can meet their needs for education, healthcare, food, housing, income, and social and cultural expression. Hamilton’s Community Safety and Well-Being Plan will prioritize six challenges facing the community: mental health and stigma, housing and homelessness, hate incidents, violence, substance use, and access to income.
We are still listening! Community safety and well-being cannot be addressed by any one single institution, organization, sector, or individual – it needs all our collective action! We want to ensure all community members have a chance to provide input on the development of this plan. We are looking for your feedback to inform creative solutions to challenges facing Hamilton. During this phase of planning and engagement until April 30, 2021, residents can provide feedback in two ways:
• Online: Review the project information online and post, read and like feedback by visiting https://engage.hamilton.ca/community-safety-and-well-being-plan • Phone: No computer or internet access? Provide your feedback via phone by calling (905) 546-2424 ext. 3526 to answer survey questions.