Vancouver - Fraser Region
Harmony House is a second stage transition home for women providing women and their children with a shelter that is safe, secure, and provides an opportunity to them to heal and nurture in a culturally sensitive, linguistically accessible and healing environment.
For more information:
Phone: 604-596-7722 ext. 501
One of Metro Vancouver's largest and most diversified non-profit organizations. They provide holistic, integrated programs and services to help lift women and families out of poverty, provide the best start for children and create new opportunities for education, employment and leadership.
Atira Women’s Resource Society
Atira Women’s Resource Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to the work of ending violence against women. Atira has set up a call-in line for women who need support over the course of this Coronavirus Pandemic. If you are self-isolating and need someone to talk to, if you have been laid off, are facing eviction or are low on medication or food, please call. We may refer you to resources you are unaware of, resources in your neighbourhood, or assist you to complete your federal government benefits forms, or just listen.
Turning Point Recovery Society
One of BC’s leading non-profit providers of residential and outreach addiction recovery programs and services in BC. Turning Point currently offers residential services for adults in Vancouver, Richmond, the North Shore and soon will be opening a new site in Squamish, BC.
North Shore Women's Phone: 604-971-0111
North Shore Men's Phone: 604-988-4317
Vancouver (men and women) Phone:
Richmond Men's Phone: 604-303-6717
Richmond Women's Phone: 604-284-5354
Squamish Phone: 1-604-390-3595
WISH Drop-In Centre
WISH works to improve the health, safety and well-being of women who are involved in Vancouver’s street-based sex trade.
Phone: 604-669-WISH (9474)
24-hour Violence and Sexual Assault Supports for Women and Girls
Battered Women’s Support Services (BWSS)
Battered Women’s Support Services provides education, advocacy, and support services to assist all women in its aim to work towards the elimination of violence and to work from a feminist perspective that promotes equality for all women.
Crisis & Intake Line: 604-687-1867
Toll Free: 1-855-687-1868
Business Phone: 604-687-1868
WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre
WAVAW provides support services to survivors of sexualized violence who have shared experiences of gender marginalization: cis and trans
women, Two-Spirit, trans and/or non-binary people. They advocate for social and systemic change through education, outreach and activism.
Crisis & Information in the Lower Mainland: 604-255-6344
Three Bridges Community Health Centre
Address: 1128 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L4
Raven Song Community Health Centre
Address: 2450 Ontario St, Vancouver, BC V5T 4T7
Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA)
Address: 1618 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5L 1S6
Substance Use Supports
Watari aims to facilitate meaningful change and provide a bridge to healthier possibilities through innovative, community-driven and supportive programming.
Peak House is a voluntary, ten-week, live-in, treatment program for youth experiencing problems with drugs, including alcohol. They operate within the harm reduction spectrum with a trauma-informed, client-centred, and social justice framework.
Directions Youth Services
Directions Youth Services offers low-barrier programs and services to support youth under the age of 25 who are in crisis or experiencing homelessness as a result of abuse, neglect, substance use, or mental health challenges. They welcome and serve all youth.
Broadway Youth Resource Centre (BYRC)
The BYRC is a one-stop youth centre that provides a wide range of social, health, education, employment, and life skills services to youth. It is a multi-service and multi-agency hub with a range of services for youth all under one roof.
Covenant House Vancouver provides love and hope through our Continuum of Care to street youth who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse.
Youth Pregnancy and Parenting Program (YPPP)
A free service supporting pregnant Vancouver youth (24 and under) and their babies.