in life, there are plenty of choices. hunger should not be one of them.

Shelter Programs and Solutions

The shelter offers a 15 bed overnight program and drop-in service. The shelter serves a nutritious lunch and dinner everyday, and provides all day snacks as well as bathroom, shower and laundry facilities.

Emergency Shelter

The Squamish Helping Hands Emergency Shelter operates 365 days a year and offers 15 low-barrier beds for adults.

Extreme Weather Program

The Extreme Weather program provides an additional 11 beds during cold and rainy months.

Transitional Housing

Squamish Helping Hands Society also operates 4 live-in beds at the transition house on Wilson Crescent. These beds offer support to participants who are transitioning to employment and independent living.

In the news

In response to a Province Newspaper story regarding a Squamish resident being moved to a homeless shelter in the Vancouver area, Executive Director Maureen Mackell has this to say...