Safe, emergency shelters are available to men or wormen (19+ years old) who are currently homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Two locations are offered: Hyland House in Newton and Bill Reid Place in Cloverdale. The shelters provide support and assistance with:

  • improving life skills
  • finding employment
  • finding housing
  • managing your home
  • integrating into the community
  • budgeting

Hyland House

6595 King George Blvd.
Surrey, BC  V3W 4Z4 (map)

  • 35 beds for men and women
  • single rooms, plus 20 self-contained transitional houses for longer-stays
  • laundry, showers, meals
  • wheelchair accessible

Bill Reid Place (formerly Hyland House Cloverdale)

17752 Colebrook Road
Surrey, BC  V3S 0L5 (map)

  • 16-bed homeless shelter
  • 12 bachelor transition housing units
  • pet-friendly space
  • laundry, showers and meals

Outreach and Shelter Support Services

We provide a number of additional outreach and shelter support services, including:

  • Mobile Outreach

    If you are currently living on the street or are at-risk of homelessness, Outreach Workers are actively seeking to help you find housing, health and income support services.


  • Supported Housing

    You may be eligible for housing support if you previously stayed at Hyland House or if you are eligible for rent supplements through Mobile Outreach.

  • Transitional Housing

    You may qualify for assistance from the Supported Housing program if you require additional support through an extended stay. This 32-unit Supported Housing component can help you achieve and maintain independence. Rent costs are based on current income and length of stay depends on ability to secure and maintain independence.

  • Extreme Weather Response

    Dangerous, severe weather can be life-threatening if you are homeless. In response to Extreme Weather Alerts in Surrey, White Rock or Delta, Hyland House expands its accommodations by an additional 15 beds.

  • Community Resource Guide

    The Surrey Survival Guide is an Options Community Services publication. The guide provides an extensive listing of community programs and services. Copies are available at any of our locations or you can download a copy below.

Eligibility criteria

For adults (19+ years old) who are in need of emergency shelter. 604.599.8900

Can you access the program directly?


Other referral options

You may access the program directly.

Referrals are also accepted from - but not limited to, the Ministry of Human Resources, Mental Health Centers, RCMP and other community agencies.

Other information


Lara Isakson
Program Manager
604.599.8900 ext 1150

Lara Isakson
Program Manager

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