Shelters and Housing

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Haven Shelter (Salvation Army)

Men only. Case planning. No alcohol/drug use on site.

First United Church Shelter

Low-barrier shelter for all self-identified genders, three meals a day, case planners, referrals to housing, health, and overall stability.

DTES Women's Centre Shelter

Provides emergency shelter for women who are homeless, hard-to-house, at risk of homelessness or at risk of violence.

Community Builders

Metson Rooms
Metson Winter Shelter
Powell Rooms
Regal Hotel
Reiderman Residences
Skeena House
Yale Hotel

Crosswalk Shelter (Salvation Army)

Wheelchair accessible. Open 9.30 pm. No admissions past 2:00 am. Sandwiches and snacks at 7.30am. No alcohol/drug use on site.

Community Living BC (CLBC)

CLBC supports people who have a developmental disability, and people who have autisum or FASD, and also need support with daily tasks. CLBC offers three types of residential support: supported living, shared living, and staffed residential buildings.

Catholic Charities Men's Hostel

Men 19+, Priority to seniors. Intake 4:00pm-10.00pm , vacate by 7:30 am. Advocacy, counselling, laundry, food vouchers, clothing, bike storage, luggage storage. No alcohol/drug use on site. Curfew 10.00pm

Beacon Shelter (Salvation Army)

Men only. Wheelchair accessible. Intake 8am -11:30pm. Curfew 10:30pm. Harm reduction. No alcohol/drug use on site.

Al Mitchell Place Shelter (Lookout)

Wheelchair accessible. Pets allowed. Laundry facilities. Medication/money administration. Harm reduction.

Aboriginal Shelter

Wheelchair accessible. Pets allowed. 2 meals. No alcohol/drug use on site. Curfew 11:00pm.

412 Women's Emergency Drop-In night Shelter

Wheelchair accessible. Pets allowed. Single women and transgender. Shower and laundry facilities. Harm reduction.

Yukon Shelter (Lookout)

Wheelchair accessible. Pets allowed. Laundry facilities. Medication/money administration. Harm reduction. No alcohol/drugs on site, but safe injection room available.

Vi Fineday Family Shelter

An emergency shelter/transition house primarily, but not exclusively for, Aboriginal people. Provided are food, laundry, child/homemaker services, supportive counselling, emergency clothing, and referrals to other agencies.

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