Victoria & Area Shelters- Overnight/General

Kiwanis Emergency Youth Shelter (KEYS)
2117 Vancouver St.
250-386-8282
keys@vyes.ca
Emergency overnight shelter for youth ages 13-18 with no safe place to stay- up to 7 nights with consent of legal guardian. Housing referrals, counseling, advocacy, and family support services available as well.

vyes.ca/keys.htmll

Out Of The Rain Youth Night Shelter
Beacon Community Services
2723 Quadra St.

250-415-3856
jmortimer@beaconcs.ca
Emergency overnight shelter for youth- opens 9pm-8am nightly. Mondays: St JohnThe Divine (1611 Quadra St.); Tuesdays: First Metropolitan (932 Balmoral); Wednesdays: St Andrews Presbyterian (680 Courtenay); Thursdays-Saturday: Beacon Community Services (1450 Elford St.) Sundays: St JohnThe Divine (1611 Quadra St.)
www.outoftherainvictoria.ca/

PEERS Victoria Resource Society
1-744 Fairview Road
Night Outreach 250-744-0171

Daytime Outreach 250-744-7690
info@peers.bc.ca
Resource society for sex trade workers. Late-night mobile outreach includes warm beverages and foods, access to nurse & doctor and other services. Offer assistance with: finding housing/emergency shelter, transition to other work (6-month program and some scholarships available).
safersexwork.ca

Salvation Army – men only
2695 Quadra (250-386-8521) – community office
595 Johnson (250-384-3396)—downtown location.
dinuk_dias@can.salvationarmy.org
Offers assistance with meals, food hampers, clothing and household goods, employment services, housing referrals, counseling, advocacy, emergency shelter (men only), emergency travel vouchers and bus tickets, and chapel services.
www.salvationarmy.ca/

Sandy Merriman House – women only
809 Burdett St
250-480-1408
Shelter for women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Offers drop- in lunch and hygiene services, counseling and access to health care. This site is not suitable for children.
coolaid.org/our-services/homes-2/shelters/sandy-merriman/

Victoria Withdrawal Management Services
1125 Pembroke St.
250-213-4441
Safe, overnight, sheltered assessment offering a continuum of care at multiple locations: from overnight shelter, detoxification, stabilization and supportive recovery housing.
www.viha.ca/mhas/locations/victoria_gulf/vwms.htm

YMCA/YWCA
851 Broughton
250-386-7511
memberservices@victoriay.com
Offers meals, emergency shelter, clothing, housing referrals, counseling services, supported independent living, a Crystal Meth Prevention Project, and mobile street outreach.
victoriay.com

Our Place
919 Pandora
250-388-7112
info@ourplacesociety.com

admin@ourplacesociety.com
Provides meal free of charge: lunch at 11:45, Dinner at 4:00. Also provides free clothing and acts as an emergency shelter when the temperature drops below freezing.
www.ourplacesociety.com

Rock Bay Landing
535 Ellice St
250-383-1951
society@coolaid.org
Offers overnight shelter, meals, clothing, laundry facilities, showers, and hygiene products.
coolaid.org/our-services/homes-2/shelters/rock-bay/