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1134 Burrard

Homeless youth are exposed to more physical abuse, illness and mental health issues than their peers. In partnership with the The KettleFamily Services of Greater Vancouver, the Province of BC and the City of Vancouver, Streetohome has committed $20 million to develop eight city sites, including this 141 unit project. Thirty of the units will be committed to youth aged 16 to 24.

Tenants will have access to group and individual support; training on household management and meal preparation; money management; and community living skills. Directions Youth Resource Centre will also be located on-site providing peer support services; counseling support; medical services; and education and life skills programs.

Construction began in March 2012 and was completed in March 2014.

  • Status:
  • Opened:

    May 2014

  • Operator:

    The Kettle Society

  • Contact:


Streetohome's Funding Goal

Building Exterior

Rob and Lloyd in the building foyer

Rob, John, and Lloyd outside of building

Gathering Space

CIBC Donation Check Presentation

Canada Western Bank Donors

First shovels in the ground

Nancy Keough of the Kettle Society

Project Donors


Canadian Western Bank

Canadian Western Bank works hard to ensure that our support meets the immediate and long-term needs of the organizations we partner with and the communities that they serve,” said Angela Saveraux, Canadian Western Bank's Community Investment Manager. “When we learned about this project and the important programming that will be offered in-house, we knew it was a perfect fit for us.


At CIBC, we care about nurturing and educating Canada's kids and young adults," says Mike Stevenson, Senior Vice President, Retail Markets, CIBC. "We're proud to support organizations like Streetohome in helping youth in Vancouver build a better future off the streets.
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