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When he was just 13 years old, Kris went down to the kitchen to find a letter with his father’s name on it. When he opened it, he slowly realized it was in his mother’s handwriting.

As an artist, Gary was a great candidate for Vancouver Native Housing Society’s Skwachàys Artists’ Lodge where he spent three years until the spring of 2015.

When Kathy and her young son with disabilities were at risk of homelessness and needed help, she turned to the YWCA’s Single Mothers’ Support Services and affordable housing program.

As an advocate for women who face issues with addictions, Shelly is an inspiration, because she’s walked the talk.

This year, for our annual Homelessness Action Week story series, we will introduce you to four individuals who have experienced homelessness, or have been at risk for homelessness.

Bell Let's Talk launched in September 2010 as a 5 year, $50 million program to help reduce stigma around mental health. And, to drive action in mental health care, research and the workplace.

McLaren Housing is hosting an afternoon of lunch, drinks, games and thrilling live racing

Our 2014 Annual Report is now available on-line.

We hope you enjoy reading the report and we welcome your feedback. Read further for a few highlights from this year's Annual Report:

Congratulations to all our partners on the opening of 1249 Howe Street, a new housing building for those living with HIV/AIDS.

A new nine-storey supportive housing building officially opened on Vancouver’s bustling Broadway corridor on June 26.