Out of the Cold Emergency Winter Shelter
- 1479 Barrington Street (St. Matthew’s Church),
Open to all people aged 16 and older, including trans-identified people, couples, and people with pets. Capacity: 15.
Open 9 pm – 8 am.
Metro Turning Point
- 2170 Barrington Street
Metro Turning Point provides emergency shelter for men experiencing homelessness, operating under a harm reduction framework. Capacity: 80, pets welcome.
Salvation Army Shelter
- 2044 Gottingen St
Provides emergency housing for men aged 19 and up. Capacity: 40.
- 1094 Tower Road
Phoenix's Emergency Youth Shelter provides homeless youth aged 16-24 with short-term emergency housing and offers an exit from street-life. This 20 single room facility was established in December 2001 to provide safe accommodation to 15 male and five female residents. Services offered through Phoenix's Emergency Youth Shelter include counselling and therapeutic support, crisis intervention, on-site health care, social skills development and clothing, food and other daily essentials. Phoenix also offers a range of other supports, including a ten-bed long-term residential service, a supervised apartment program, and a learning and employment program.