Adapted Therapeutic Community (ATC)

Adapted Therapeutic Communities (ATCs) provide an additional therapeutic choice to individuals seeking support at no-cost, in an accessible location, and conveniently scheduled to fit in with other commitments. It involves ‘Community as Method’ using six core principles to empower groups of people to help each other achieve their goals whether it is pursuing a life free of substance use or crime, recovering from a mental health challenge, or simply seeking personal improvement.

UGM Women and Families Centre

The Union Gospel Mission Women & Family Centre provides a comprehensive continuum of care that is a one-stop shop – offering a range of services (including childcare) and 36 recovery housing units all under one roof, ensuring that women are supported every step of the way on their journey to recovery. This purpose-built, recovery-support project will enable single women and women … Read More

Pacific Spirit Terrace

Streetohome is partnering with the City of Vancouver and YWCA Greater Vancouver to redevelop a municipal fire hall in the Killarney/Champlain Heights neighbourhood. The building provides 31 units of family housing for single mothers and their children who are fleeing abuse, are homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. The City of Vancouver leverages its civic assets to maximize the land use and create … Read More

Co:Here Housing

Streetohome partnered with Co:Here Foundation and Salsbury Community Society to build supportive housing on a church parking lot. Co:Here Housing was developed in the Grandview Woodlands neighbourhood (at 1st Ave and Victoria Drive). There are 18 units for homeless people from the surrounding neighbourhood. Eight units are for co-residents who will pay a reduced rent in exchange for helping the other residents … Read More

St. Paul’s The HUB

Streetohome is partnering with St Paul’s Hospital to build a space – the ‘HUB’ – that includes 10 clinical treatment spaces and a transitional centre including common lounge, kitchen, overnight accommodation with bathroom and shower facilities for eight individuals. The HUB will serve those living with severe addictions and mental health issues.

Olivia Skye

Streetohome partnered with Atira Women’s Resource Society to develop Olivia Skye (41 East Hastings), a 198 unit mixed-income building in the Downtown Eastside. This development has market rentals, rent geared to income units (maximum rent 30% of income), and supportive housing all under one roof. Streetohome’s funding went towards 52 supportive housing units for women-led couples who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. … Read More

Annex 2 Housing

Streetohome partnered with Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS) to create housing that meets the needs of homeless youth including those who are Indigenous, identify as LGBTQ2S, and/or are transitioning out of foster care or juvenile detention. The project included the purchase of a six to seven bedroom home in East Vancouver and will build on the success of the Annex that … Read More

Sequoia and Alder House

Streetohome partnered with Pacific Community Resources Society to provide housing for youth who are struggling to find and maintain safe, supportive, and affordable places to live. Many of the youth are transitioning into adulthood while exiting from government care. This supportive housing provides opportunities for youth to stabilize, feel safe, gain life skills and independence. Recognizing that youth have different … Read More

STEP Program

Supporting Tenants, Enabling Pathways (STEP) is the first program in the province to assist self-identified individuals who are ready to move on with their lives and towards self-sufficiency. This project will provide a means to optimize the use of supportive housing – a limited and expensive community resource – and better steward the generous contributions from Streetohome donors who contributed to the construction of over 1300 new units.


Research consistently shows that people who have experienced homelessness want to work and that a substantial number can secure and retain jobs, but need help overcoming barriers to employment.