Shelters & Supported Housing

After Hours Emergency Line — Ministry of Human Resources

After hours number for accessing local Ministry of Human Resources for emergency situations.

Phone:  1-866-660-3194 - Toll Free

After Hours Emergency Line – Social Worker

Emergency line for Ministry of Children and Family Development.  Social worker available for those in need of immediate assistance.

Phone:  1-800-663-9122 – Toll Free

Association Advocating for Women & Children (AWAC)

AWAC has a long and honourable history providing safe shelter to women in great need founded in 1994, by a small group of activists it provides accessible, safe and affordable housing for women and girls who are struggling with “poverty, homelessness and struggling with addiction, mental illness and exploitation. Many are engaged in survival sex to maintain their addictions. Many were dying violently or alone. All were engaged in a daily battle to survive.” You can read more about AWAC in an article written by the executive director for AWAC.

In from the Shadows, in the North at the E-visions website:

  • 24-hour emergency shelter for woman at risk and their children.
  • Support, advocacy, and referrals.

Phone:  250-562-6262
Fax:  250-562-6216

Active Support Against Poverty - ASAP Housing Society-Bridget Moran Place

Active Support Against Poverty (ASAP) provides advocacy and support for people living in poverty.  Their projects include the operation of Bridget Moran Place in downtown Prince George. See   for a discussion of Bridget Moran Place as a case study in how to reduce NIMBYISM (Resistance from not in my neighbourhood).

  • Emergency shelter for anyone who is homeless or at risk, and is over 19 years of age.
  • ASAP Housing Society has apartments for rent to homeless at-risk individuals.

Phone: 250-563-5531
Fax:  250-563-1612
Address:  590 Dominion St.  Prince George, BC   V2L 5T4

Easter Seal House — Prince George

Accommodation for children and families while a family member is in hospital. Provides a bedroom, kitchen and laundry facilities. Small fee.

Phone: 250-564-7200
Fax:  250-564-7202
Address:  1685 Carney St.  Prince George, BC   V2M 2L6

Elizabeth Fry Housing Society

Provides affordable housing to woman and their children who are leaving abusive relationships, low income families, people with disabilities and senior citizens with special circumstances.

Phone:  250-563-6554
Fax:  250-563-8765
Address:  1575 – 5th Avenue, Prince George, BC  V2L 3L9

Reconnect Youth Shelter

Long-term residential resource for at-risk youth, 12 - 18 yrs, who are in the care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.  Provides food, clothing, and shelter, access to medical and educational services.

Phone:  250-562-2538 (24 Hours)
Fax:  250-564-1432
Contact: Kim James 

Ketso Yoh – Shelter

24-hour emergency shelter for any male 19 years and older. Basic meals provided.

Phone:  250-563-1982
Fax:  250-563-0283

Friendship Lodge

30 units of supported housing, which will address the needs of adults who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless.  The Friendship Lodge is addressing the needs of vulnerable people in our community through the provision of an affordable, safe “home” supportive atmosphere thereby facilitating their transition to greater stability.

Phone: (250) 562-3004
Fax: (250) 563-0924

Tse'Koo Huba Yoh

Tse'Koo Huba Yoh is a 17-unit supported housing facility designed to address the needs of the most vulnerable people in our community through the provision of an affordable, safe "home" supportive atmosphere thereby facilitating their transition to greater stability.

  • Rent $375.00 and tenants are required to have $187.50 security deposit.
  • Suites come with private bathroom (full bath, sink, and toilet), cable and telephone outlet for tenant's private use if desired, bed, microwave and small fridge.
  • Laundry facilities on-site.
  • Common Area has TV with full cable, computers with internet access, full kitchen, local outgoing-incoming telephone, and roof-top patio.

Program includes:

  • Personal Development Plan
  • Monthly Tenant Meetings
  • Community & Kitchen and Bake Night
  • Women's Sweat with PGNFC and other activities as determined by tenants
  • Tse'Koo has an on-site store with household items, hygiene products, and treats

The facility is for females only.

For more information contact Tse'Koo Huba Yoh at (250) 564-6454 or refer to PGNFC website at

Phoenix Transition House – PTH

24-hour shelter, services and programs for women and their children in times of crisis.

Phone:  250-563-7305
Fax:  250-563-2792

Transition House for Women and Their Children – E Fry

Shelter for woman survivors of violence and at-risk woman and their children. Offers basic necessities, a safe and pleasant environment, programs and counselling.

Phone:  250-563-1113  24-hours
Fax:  250-561-0604