Our Place is a registered non-profit agency that provides shelter, support and hope for homeless and at-risk youth in the Region of Peel.
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Homeless youth are at their most vulnerable at night. Let’s remind them that we are always here for them, night and day.
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If you are between the ages of 16-24 and need help, please reach out to us:


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Ending youth homelessness requires a continuum of care approach. Here are some of the key programs we are currently running.

Provides shelter, basic needs, counselling and care management for youth aged 16-24 in the Region of Peel.

Group and individual programming that supports with housing searches and life skills development that is focused on all aspects of the youths needs.

Transitional housing for youth aged 16-24 with individual rent-geared to-income bachelor units and targeted support service.

Counselling, assessments, access to resources, and system navigation to youth impacted by substance use and mental health challenges. 

Identified Family and Natural Support Program.
• Refresh Your Network – Mediation and Counselling.
• Refresh Your Skills – A program designed to improve social and emotional learning skills.
• The REFRESH Zone – A weekly ‘safe space group’ for youth that focuses on positive solution-focused discussion.

Helping Youth Prepare Effectively.
Working from a Housing First for Youth model, the primary focus of our H.Y.P.E Program is to help youth experiencing homelessness secure and maintain housing.

Intervention, education, awareness, and supports to youth at risk of or involved in violence and/or gang activity.

An Integrated Service Hub that provides low-barrier, trauma-informed, and client-centered services for victims, survivors, and individuals at-risk of sexual exploitation.

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