Based on the voices of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Street Family it became clear an approach beyond housing provision was needed — one that could strengthen Indigenous self-identity, build community, support healing, and create pathways to recovery. In response the ACEHS developed the Dual Model of Housing Care, which provides Culturally Supportive Housing alongside Decolonized Harm Reduction. On-site Family Members (program participants) have access to Elder support, medicine keepers, cultural mentors, native medicine gardens, traditional foods and cultural programming. To support wellness, Family Members have access to land-based healing and decolonized harm reduction programs. The Dual Model of Housing Care is foundational to the ACEHS.