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Providing love and hope to Vancouver's homeless and at-risk street youth. We help young people aged 16 to 24 who have fled physical, emotional and sexual abuse; those who have been forced from their homes; and those who have aged out of foster care.
Donate today and make a difference in the lives of youth experiencing homelessness.
Providing an array of “as-needed” services to street youth aged 16 to 24 including street outreach and drop-in.
We have 63 beds sheltering 16 to 24 year-old youth who are in crisis. Trained staff and volunteers get them the help they need.
Through this program we provide youth with safe, affordable housing and support as they transition to independent living.
Tonight, Covenant House Vancouver will host Sleep Out: Professionals Edition. As a virtual event, dedicated professionals ... Read more
Pink Shirt Day was created when two Nova Scotia high school students supported a fellow student that ... Read more
On Thursday February 25th BC Place and Science World will light up blue and gold in support of ... Read more
One evening, I checked in with a young man named Sam* who is staying with us ... Read more
Recently, the team at gritvancouver reach out to their network on social media with a call ... Read more
At Pender Crisis Program this year, we surprised the youth with a Valentines candy table. As ... Read more
A family should provide basic needs like food and shelter. A family should instill values and ... Read more
Safe and dry,no need to roam,because of you,youth have a home! Happy Valentine’s Day from all ... Read more
We just couldn’t resist sharing this quick story today as we head into the Valentine’s Day ... Read more
A young women came to our front door and asked me if I had any shoes ... Read more