Help for youth who are at-risk of, or experiencing, homelessness
We are here to help youth age 16–24 that are facing homelessness, are at risk of being homeless, or in need some extra support. Our space is inclusive and non-judgmental. Our services are all free and you don’t need a social worker or parent to refer you. If you need help, call us at 604-685-7474 or toll-free at 1-877-685-7474. You can also visit our Drop-In Centre at 1302 Seymour Street in Vancouver.
We’re here for young people that:
- have run from abuse and neglect
- have been kicked out by their parents or caregivers
- have aged out of the foster care system
- are living on the streets or couch surfing
- need help with drugs, alcohol, mental health or life skills
We don’t judge and no matter what got you to the place where you’re at now, we’re here for you.
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