Shelter and Housing

Programs are available throughout the Sea to Sky to help you with your housing and shelter needs.  Find local services, by community, that provide supportive housing, subsidized housing, and emergency shelters. Everyone deserves a roof over their head.

Emergency Shelter

Available to residents throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor, including Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton and Mount Currie communities.

Squamish Helping Hands

Emergency Shelter

*Located in Squamish

Operates 365 days/year and offers low-barrier beds for adults on a first come first served basis.

Call: 604-390-3000

Extreme Weather Program

*Located in Squamish

Provides additional beds during cold and rainy months.

Call: 604-390-3000

Howe Sound Women's Centre

HSWC is dedicated to providing safe housing and shelter options for women and children who are fleeing violence, homeless or facing homelessness.

Learn more about HSWC's:

Emergency Shelter / Transition Home / Homeless Prevention Program for women and children experiencing unsafe living conditions.

Howe Sound Women's Centre

Squamish

Under One Roof 

Program based supportive housing.

Participants reside in safe and affordable housing with built-in supports aimed at increasing capacity and contribution, encouraging participants towards purpose and independence.

The 44 unit facility is a collaboration between BC Housing, the District of Squamish, and Squamish Helping Hands Society.

24-hour onsite staffing, programs and services that address wellness.

Email: outreach@shhs.ca

Call: 604-567-9221

*click here for program information.

Sea to Sky Community Services

Subsidized Housing

Housing Resources & Services

Find low cost clothing and household items at:

Pearls Value & Vintage

38128 Cleveland Avenue in Squamish

*operated by Howe Sound Women's Centre

Whistler & Pemberton

Sea to Sky Community Services

Homeless Outreach & Prevention

SSCS operates a homeless outreach program that helps hundreds of people each year to access support and funding and to find homes.

 

Zero Ceiling

Ending Youth Homelessness

Zero Ceiling serves youth, age 16-24, from Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor. Programs offer supportive housing, supportive employment, case management, life skills education, mental health supports, and outdoor recreation in a safe, supportive environment. 

 

Find low cost clothing and household items in town at:

Re-Use-It Centre

8000 Nesters Road in Whistler

*operated by Whistler Community Services Society