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Streetohome’s focus is to invest in projects that increase the affordable, supportive housing supply in Vancouver, and provide an environment that will improve the quality of life for residents. There are three key populations in Vancouver who are in the greatest need for permanent housing: chronically homeless adults, youth, and mothers with children.

We have committed over $27 million to housing and homelessness prevention projects in Vancouver since 2008, with nearly 1,200 new units either completed or in development, including:


31 West Pender – 24 units of supportive housing operated by Vancouver Native Housing Society and a medical stay facility for Aboriginal people who travel to the city for treatment. Learn more.

1134 Burrard – Special resources and programs for 30 youth in this 141 unit supportive housing project. Learn more.

Aboriginal Mother Centre - 16 units of transitional supportive housing for homeless women and their children as well as a licensed day care for 25 children. Learn more.

At Home/Chez Soi - A research project that will explore supportive housing for 100 homeless people with mental health challenges. Learn more.

Atira Container Housing – Innovative housing program for women who are at risk of homelessness. Learn more.

Bridge Housing - Sue Bujold Floor – Eight supprted living units for women with chronic illness, allowing the women to be appropriately housed until their health improves or they reach the end of their lives. Learn more

Howe Street – Improved quality of life through housing for those living with HIV/AIDS. Learn more.

London Hotel – Low barrier housing for people who are homeless. Learn more.

Marguerite Ford Apartments - 215 West 2nd – A 147 unit building with special resources and supports to help those living with addiction and/or mental health issues. Learn more.

Portable Rent Subsidy Program – Streetohome provided $45,000 in bridge funding to McLaren Housing Society's program, which allows clients to receive financial assistance towards their rent. Learn more.

Sanford Apartments - 7th and Fir – 62 units of supportive housing for those dealing with mental health challenges. Learn more.

In Progress

111 Princess – 139 units of supportive housing for those dealing with mental health challenges. Learn more.

1050 Expo Blvd – An 89 unit building where residents will work with staff to determine their personal goals and identify the supports needed to achieve them. Learn more.

675 East Broadway – 99 units of supportive housing, with 30 dedicated to youth at risk. Learn more.

Budzey Building - 220 Princess – Helping families and women break the cycle of homelessness in this 147 unit supportive housing project. Learn more.

Covenant House Semi-Independent Housing Program – Covenant House Vancouver’s program for homeless or at-risk youth living with mental health and addictions issues. Learn more.

Taylor Manor – The renewal of this heritage building will provide 56 supported housing units and facilities for homeless people with mental illness and addictions. Learn more.

Vancouver Rent Bank – Vancouver’s first rent bank provides a cost-effective solution to preventing homelessness caused by short-term financial reasons such as the inability to pay the next month’s rent or utility cut-off due to overdue bills. Learn more.

YWCA Cause We Care House – 21 units of supported housing for single mothers and their children. Learn more.


Co:Here Housing – A church community in Grandview Woodlands housing 20 homeless people from their own neighbourhood through a co-housing model. Learn more.

41 East Hastings – A mixed income model in the Downtown Eastside with 52 units (out of 169 in the building) for single women and women-led couples who are homeless or at risk. Learn more.

Fire Hall #5 – 31 units of family housing for single mothers and their children who are fleeing abuse, homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. Learn more.