Housing

Immigrants are at an increased risk of becoming homeless.  The aim of the Moniheli association's Katto program is to prevent homelessness.

Immigrants are at a higher risk of becoming homeless and overcrowding is common, especially in families with children. People face prejudice and discrimination in the rental housing market.

The aim of the Moniheli association's Katto program is to prevent homelessness.

We provide support in finding housing in many languages, share information about housing, organise training for professionals and work on advocacy.

Housing search and counselling

Katto program helps with housing search and housing problems in Finnish, English and Arabic. You can reach us by phone, email and through various social media channels.

You can invite us to discuss housing in an integration training group, Finnish language course or peer group. The housing information takes about 1-1,5h.

You can also invite us to hold a pop-up advice point. We regularly visit educational institutions and low-threshold premises of organisations to help you fill in housing applications.

Katto-toiminnan koordinaattori.

Bisher Sawan
Casework Coordinator

+358 (0)50 309 3925 
bisher.sawan@moniheli.fi

Suomi, English, عربي (Arabic)

ADVOCACY, COMMUNICATION AND TRAINING

Katto program has been collecting data on homelessness and housing of migrants since 2016. We act as experts in different networks and organise trainings for professionals. We can tailor training to the needs of our partners, so contact us with a low threshold.

Veera Vilkama.

Veera Vilkama
Manager

+358 (0)50 309 3961 
veera.vilkama@moniheli.fi

Suomi, English, Español