Resources

Greater Victoria Coalition to End Homelessness: Our parent organization; “a partnership of local service providers, non-profit organizations, all levels of government, business and the faith community located in Greater Victoria, British Columbia.” The GVCEH seeks to unite various organizations in Victoria in an effort to end homelessness in Victoria by 2018.

Greater Victoria Street Survival Guide: A one-stop resource for those experiencing (or at risk of) homelessness in Victoria (Coast Salish territory) created by a group of dedicated individuals with street-life experience. With the knowledge of (and access to) the resources listed in the Guide, we hope those experiencing or at risk of homelessness may be able to move on from homelessness faster than previously possible.

Victoria Community Organizations: List of health/treatment services, skills-building services, as well as shelters, housing, and meal supports in Greater Victoria (Coast Salish territory).

Victoria Native Friendship Centre: Provides services to Aboriginal people in the Greater Victoria community (Coast Salish territory).

A Guide to Aboriginal Organizations and Services in BC: A guide to the province’s Aboriginal organizations, services, resources, networks, and communities.

PovNet: An online anti-poverty community resource.

KUU-US Crisis Response Services: KUU-US Crisis Response Services are available 24 hours a day and seven days a week at 1-800-KUU-US17 (1-800-588-8717). Services are targeted to provide children, youth, adults and elders with culturally safe help before, during, and after crises. These are “First Nations and Aboriginal Peoples helping First Nations and Aboriginal Peoples”.