Creating a system-wide response
to address homelessness

Streetohome’s overarching goal is to leverage a comprehensive system response intended to ensure that homelessness in Vancouver is prevented whenever possible and, when homelessness can’t be prevented, to ensure that the experience is least harmful, brief and non-recurring. To this end, Streetohome strives to broker the integration of evidence-based and promising practices that address gaps in the current system to meet the housing, addiction, education and employment needs of vulnerable individuals that are homeless, at-risk of homelessness, or have lived experience of homelessness.

Leading the Way

The Streetohome Board and Board Committees are comprised of community leaders from the private, public and non-profit sectors. There are over 80 volunteers behind Streetohome’s success.

Board Members

Featured Donor Story

David Sidoo: paying it forward

A smile rarely leaves the face of David Sidoo, a charming, affable star football player turned successful business man, and philanthropist. You could easily be fooled into thinking he was…

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Supportive
Housing

Since 2008, Streetohome has contributed capital towards the construction of over 1300 units in 21 buildings across Vancouver that provide homes to over 1800 individuals including children, youth, single adults, couples, families and seniors.

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Homelessness
Prevention

Streetohome believes in addressing the root causes of homelessness, so individuals don’t have to suffer the harsh reality of homelessness, and if they do become homelessthat the experience is as brief and least harmful as possible.

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Latest News

Our blog features the latest news of our progress, spreads awareness, and let’s you know how to get involved.

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Leading-edge mental health and addictions care model launches at St. Paul’s Hospital

July 18, 2018

Access to health care services can mean the difference between life and death. That’s something Dalton Burgess can attest to. He credits the Rapid Access Addiction Clinic (RAAC) at St….

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Pacifica Treatment Centre Race for Recovery Fun Run 2018

July 17, 2018

Come and support the Pacifica Treatment Centre in their first annual Fun Run. Encouraging healthy connections and physical activity as a part of a wholesome recovery, the 5 km and…

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2018 HSABC Conference

July 13, 2018

Homelessness Services Association BC (HSABC) is proud to launch its inaugural annual conference September 19-21, 2018. The conference will be a wonderful opportunity to meet and network with professionals in the homelessness serving…

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