This website has information on where to go for help in Vancouver. There are resources for housing, health services, income help, and other supports.
People living in PHS housing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and inner Victoria can receive up to 3 hot meals a day. Food delivery and special diet support is also available.
This is a program that helps seniors with everyday tasks so that they can continue to live well in their own home.
This link connects seniors to exercise classes, meal programs, and other services.
This link has meal, transport, and support services for seniors aged 60+. They also have programs that help with getting loans and finding temporary housing.
This is a free service that helps people find mental health support, food, housing, and more.
BC Housing helps people who are low income, seniors, and Indigenous find and pay for housing. They offer affordable and subsidized housing and rental aid programs.
This website offers in-home care services to help people manage their chronic conditions. This is a paid service.
This link helps people who use wheelchairs access housing that is the right fit for them. The Right Fit helps with searching for homes, looking over housing applications, and getting home support.
EMBERS Eastside Works is an income generation hub located in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. They offer work opportunities that meet people where they are at, from temporary roles to full-time work. Their hub located at 57 East Hastings St.
This website offers job services for immigrants and refugees such as skills training, career exploration, and mentorship programs.
This program helps people with disabilities find jobs. They also have free computer tutoring programs.
Kilala Lelum has programs led by Elders, doctors, counsellors, and others. They also offer medical care to people living in the Downtown Eastside.
Lu’ma Medical Centre provides culturally safe care for Indigenous people in Vancouver. They also have a social navigator who helps patients find resources.
MOSAIC helps newcomers with settling in Canada. They can help with signing up for a SIN card, learning English, finding jobs and more.
This website has free self-help courses on topics such as anxiety, pain, and substance use.