Covenant House featured on CTV News

Yesterday, Bell Canada announced gifts of $1.25 million to support mental health in British Columbia, including $1 million to the University of British Columbia’s Institute of Mental Health (IMH) for the Bell Youth Mental Health IMPACT Project, and $250,000 to the Streetohome Foundation as part of Covenant House’s Semi-Independent Housing Program.  Click here for the press release.

Mental illness dramatically decreases the chances of a homeless youth securing safe and affordable housing. Covenant House Vancouver’s mental health program ensures that our youths’ mental health issues are diagnosed and treated, giving them the stability and health required to access existing housing in the community.

Click here to see the CTV news story.

Yesterday, Bell Canada announced gifts of $1.25 million to support mental health in British Columbia, including $1 million to the University of British Columbia’s Institute of Mental Health (IMH) for the Bell Youth Mental Health IMPACT Project, and $250,000 to the Streetohome Foundation as part of Covenant House’s Semi-Independent Housing Program.  Click here for the press release.

Mental illness dramatically decreases the chances of a homeless youth securing safe and affordable housing. Covenant House Vancouver’s mental health program ensures that our youths’ mental health issues are diagnosed and treated, giving them the stability and health required to access existing housing in the community.

Click here to see the CTV news story.