We are more than just a shelter
we are an exchange.

Squamish Community Resources

CAN (Climate Action Network)

Squamish CAN is a community action group for those who dream of building a sustainable future for Squamish. We are all volunteers involved in very exciting projects aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of our community

Community Health Services, Squamish

Squamish Community Health Centre is part of the Sea-to-Sky community health. There is a home health dietitian and a public health dietitian available throughout the Sea-to-Sky corridor.


Mission: To provide food to those in our community who need a little extra help. The Food Bank operates 1st and 3rd wednesdays of every month, 11:30 at the Alano Club, 37978 Third Ave Squamish, BC V0N 3G0

Healthy Pregnancy Outreach Program (HPOP)

Also known as the Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Program, HPOP is a free program designed to assist women in maintaining good health and having healthy babies.


A single access point for crisis support, resources, referrals and advocacy for women and their children.


The shed is a “workshop away from home” where senior men can: Use tools and equipment to repair household items, share a laugh while sharing skills with other men, learn some new handyman tricks, give back to community through group projects, and borrow tools from the tool lending library.


This community service provides: assessments, treatment planning, urgent response services, short-term counselling, employment and education support, referrals to other supports and resources such as detox and treatment centres, and psychiatry.


To access this service, call 604-892-4364 or come to the Needle Exchange at Squamish Community Health (1140 Hunter Place) on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 am-12 noon. All services are free and confidential.


Pearl’s Value & Vintage addresses three distinct needs within the community: 1) Selling gently used clothing, furniture, and household goods. 2) Giving clothes and other necessities to people in need, both directly and through other non-profit organizations in the Sea-to-Sky corridor. 3) Providing work experience and training to women in transition.


For emergencies please dial 9-1-1. For all other communication please use the contact information provided. Tel: 604.892.6100. Address: 1000 Finch Dr. PO Box 310 Squamish, BC V8B 0A3

Sea to Sky Community Services

We believe all individuals have the right to meaningful work, affordable housing and support in times of crisis and to meet every day challenges.

Squamish Rotary Community Garden

The garden consists of 49 allotments, which can be rented on a yearly basis to local residents. The cost for an allotment is $15/year. The garden is organic and members must participate in at least 2 work parties/year.