Are you currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless? Hyland House is here for you. As a safe emergency shelter, Hyland House provides the support you need in difficult times and assists you in getting back on your feet. You may call and refer yourself to the program.
You can be provided with support in the areas of:
- Improving life skills
- Finding employment
- Finding housing
- Managing your home
- Integrating into the community
How Hyland House Works
You may be eligible to stay at Hyland House if you are a man or woman, age 19 and over. There are two locations to choose from: Newton and Cloverdale in Surrey, which have the following features.
Hyland House Newton
- 35-beds for men and women
- Single rooms, plus 20 self-contained transitional houses for longer-stays
- Laundry, showers, meals
- Wheelchair accessible
Hyland House Cloverdale
- 10-beds for men and women
- Single and double rooms
- Laundry, showers and meals
We provide a number of additional outreach and shelter support services, including:
If you require additional support through an extended stay, you may qualify for assistance from the Supported Housing Program. This 20-unit supported housing component can help you achieve and maintain independence: rent costs are dependent on your current income, and your length of stay will depend on your ability to secure and maintain independent.
Have you stayed at Hyland House, or are you eligible for rent supplements through Mobile Outreach? Housing support can be provided to you through this program.
If you are currently living on the street or at risk of homelessness, outreach workers are actively seeking to help you find housing, health and income support services.
Phone: (604) 765-6751
Dangerous, severe weather can be life-threatening if you are homeless. When an Extreme Weather alert is placed in Surrey, White Rock or Delta, Hyland House expands its accommodations for you up to 15 additional beds.
Referrals to Hyland House and the Supported Housing are made through the Ministry of Human Resources, Mental Health Centers, community agencies, R.C.M.P. and self-referrals.
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