Can you offer time to support the residents of RainCity Housing’s 3030 Gordon Ave. emergency shelter & transitional housing facility? RainCity welcomes a community presence in the facility to reduce the social isolation of its residents. There are opportunities for community members, businesses and organizations to assist in the operation of the facility and to organize social activities which will help connect shelter and transitional housing residents to the wider community. To find out more, click here.
Would you like to donate clothing or items to a homeless person in the Tri-Cities? Please click here to see what is currently required.
The Tri-Cities Homelessness & Housing Task Group is a Community Homeless Table representing the Tri-Cities community of Coquitlam, Port Moody and Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. Our members include non-profit and government agencies, local government, community groups, business, politicians and citizens concerned about homelessness and housing affordability in the Tri-Cities.
Please look through our website – you can see our mission, goals and accomplishments as well as related reports and useful links. You can find out the services that are available to homeless persons in the Tri-Cities and how you can help. If you know someone who is homeless or facing homelessness and needs help, see the Street Survival Guide. For a quick snapshot of homelessness in the Tri-Cities, see Tri-Cities Homelessness Landscape. To find out how homelessness impacts business and how business can support efforts to end homelessness, see Homelessness and Business in the Tri-Cities
On this website you will find many stories about people in the Tri-Cities who are – or were – homeless. Here are 2 of them: