The National Film Board has released an interactive documentary-in-progress that tracks a "radical" housing project for homeless people.

Here at Home aims to make homeless individuals more visible by isolating their compelling and often surprising stories in a constellation of short films. It follows participants in the At Home study — in Moncton, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver — who are first given a stable home, and then treatment.

Manfred Becker, one of the filmmakers working on the documentary, spoke on the intersection between homelessness and mental health issues on CBC radio's Metro Morning.