Providing love and hope to youth ages 16-24 who are at-risk of, or are experiencing, homelessness.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Joined on 21 October, 2009
PLEASE SHARE: Additional shelter spaces and warming centres will open tonight through to Monday (Jan 21-25) due to an Extreme Weather Alert. @BC_Housing
Physical distancing will be encouraged to reduce the risk of transmission of #COVID19.
Join us for the first-ever virtual Sleep Out: Professionals Edition!
All youth deserve a safe place to sleep, especially during this time when housing is health care. Give up your bed for one night so youth can find one @CovenantHouseBC
Our female-identified Crisis Program recently created a huge vision board on a blank wall.
The Crisis Program team and the youth living there wanted to start 2021 on a positive note.
They have started adding images and words to help inspire all who see it!
“I have learned so much from being a Mentor. It really changed the way I see some of the challenges in our society. Homelessness & trauma especially. I was also stunned by the resilience of these youth. It was eye-opening, in the best possible way”.
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@CovenantHouseBC recently received a wonderful donation of Lug Beaker Masks courtesy of Lug.
We are so grateful to have the support of Lug and we thank them for this incredible donation of masks for vulnerable youth and frontline workers.
The giving season continues at Hy's. This week, our Vancouver location donated $2039.35 collected over the holidays to local charities - @CovenantHouseBC & @raincityhsg Vivian house. Well done team! 💗 #hyshelps
Thank you so much for your support!
Maita stayed at our Crisis Program for several months and just moved on to our Rights of Passage Program (ROP) at the beginning of January.
The changes in Maita from when we met her to when she left for ROP are huge.
Read about her journey:
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