Carmichael Outreach is a registered charity located in Regina, Saskatchewan that provides various services to those in our community who experience poverty and homelessness. Their mission is to foster empowerment through dignity, respect, and advocacy in our community. Carmichael Outreach’s vision is to see the END of poverty and homelessness in our community.
Chez Doris is a charitable organization offering a daytime shelter 7 days a week for all women in difficulty. The house provides meals, respite, clothing, socio-recreational activities as well as practical assistance in a secure and accepting environment. Chez Doris’ vision is to give women in need a safe and nonjudgmental environment where confidentiality is assured.
EGADZ are a non-profit community based organization that provides programs and services to children, youth and their families in making healthy choices that improves their quality of life. EGADZ are visionary leaders, catalysts and advocates for ensuring that children and youth have a voice in determining the programs and services that best meet their needs.
HOPE Outreach provide nighttime outreach 7 days a week for the women of Kelowna & Vernon who are homeless, living in addiction, exploited, and working in sex work. Their first priority is supporting their immediate and basic needs while being on the street. From there their services are developed to complement and fulfil gaps within the service provider community to support an individual’s recovery journey no matter where they are within that journey.
Kiwanis Emergency Youth Shelter (KEYS) is a voluntary program with no costs to youth and their caregivers. Stays at KEYS are typically between 1 and 7 nights, with extensions available based on youth’s goals and needs. KEYS staff work to create a positive, safe, confidential, and non-judgemental space for all youth.
La Source Soleil Inc. help homeless youth to get out of wandering by supporting young people in difficulty so that they do not end up on the street; and promote the social integration of these young people by actively supporting their quest for autonomy.
Operation Come Home is an employment, education, and support centre for homeless and at-risk youth age 16 and up. Their programs focus on what works and what matters to youth, as well as encourage personal growth of everyone as an individual. Operation Come Home is based in Ottawa, Ontario. Operation Come Home strives to create a professional, non-judgmental, caring, confidential, consistent, youth-centered environment that empowers youth, staff and volunteers to actively promote: advocacy, youth success through opportunity, adaptability, integrity and equality through a team approach while maintaining respect for human worth and dignity.
Phoenix is a non-profit, community based organization located in K’jipuktuk/Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since 1987, Phoenix has been dedicated to supporting youth between the ages of 11 and 24, their families, and communities across multiple locations in Halifax. Their team of caring professionals recognizes that each person who comes to us has unique needs and personal strengths.
Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. (RaY) is a non-profit street-level agency working with street-entrenched and homeless youth up to the age of 29. RaY is non-judgmental and non-partisan, employing a harm reduction approach to all interactions with youth in need.
Wood’s Homes is a children’s mental health centre. We provide treatment and support to children, youth and families with mental health needs. Wood’s Homes create and provide quality mental health services that promote and restore the well-being of children and families who struggle with problems big and small.
Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS) provides immediate and low-barrier overnight and day shelter, temporary supportive housing, and individualized wrap-around supports for young people aged 15–24. YESS work collaboratively within a network of care focused on the prevention of youth homelessness by providing youth with the necessary supports to stabilize their housing, improve their wellbeing, build life skills, connect with community, and avoid re-entry into homelessness.