Programs and Services

Housing First & Harm Reduction

Even though some view us as a homeless shelter, Main Street Project provides many levels of support, including emergency shelter, food and nutrition services including a weekly food bank, housing support services, withdrawal management services, mobile community outreach, casework and peer support and COVID-19 isolation space for folks experiencing homelessness. We help hold communities by supporting people experiencing physical and mental health issues, substance use issue and homelessness. We remain committed to contributing to the overall quality of life and highest standards of care for those who access our resources on a short-term or ongoing basis.

Everything we do centres around harm reduction and housing first philosophies, which means we meet people where they’re at and which presumes people are better able to make positive life choices and move forward if they are first housed.

We focus on meeting our clients where they are today, and work with them to build stability in their lives – whatever that looks like right now – so they can live healthier lives.

We operate on a foundation of mutual respect, compassion for others without judgement and deliver programs and services under two main categories: housing programs and street-level services.

We are here to help make sure no person is alone in their time of need.

Learn more about our Programs & Services:

Residential and Supportive Housing

Emergency and Social Services

Addictions Support and Health

Food Bank and Essentials Market

Van Patrol Outreach Program

Support Main Street Project

Monetary donations help us provide the ongoing services and supports our clients need and deserve. We are a registered charitable organization and offer charitable tax receipts for financial donations.

Main Street Project is a registered Canadian Charity • Charitable registration # 107655094 RR0001.

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