Ministry Expresses Gratitude for Successful Session 1 of Community Consultation on Homelessness in Bermuda

The Ministry of Youth, Social Development, and Seniors, together with Members of the ‘Plan to End Homelessness’ Advisory Panel and Steering Committee, expresses gratitude to everyone who attended the first Community Consultation Session on The Plan to End Homelessness in Bermuda. This session was a balance of informative and engaging as it focused on understanding how people become homeless and exploring the root causes. 

“The Community Consultation Sessions are a critical step in gathering diverse perspectives to help us shape a comprehensive plan that truly addresses Bermuda’s unique needs. We need the community to join us, and we have three (3) upcoming opportunities,” said the Minister of Youth, Social Development, and Seniors, the Hon. Tineé Furbert, JP, MP. 

Save the Date for Session 2: ‘Overview of the Plan to End Homelessness’: Tuesday, February 6, 2024, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Chamber of Commerce.

Minister Furbert concluded, “Session 2 will delve into the specifics of the Plan to End Homelessness, providing an overview and answering the question: What does the Plan to End Homelessness really mean? Members of the PTEH Advisory Panel and Steering Committee will be present to guide attendees through the plan and address any queries.”

“Bermuda, this is our plan, and we need your input because your voice matters.” 

The Draft Consultative Plan to End Homelessness is accessible and open for feedback until February 29, 2024, online at

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