There are a variety or resources available in the Tri-Cities to assist people who find themselves without a home.

Tri-Cities Homelessness & Housing Task Group (TCHHTG)

This community task group works to end homelessness in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. Visit the TCHHTG website for a list of resources such as the Street Survival Guide (PDF) for the region which includes available services to those who are in need of income and employment assistance, shelter, community policing offices, meals, food banks, clothing, laundry and shower services, and medical and/or addictions help.

3030 Gordon 

3030 Gordon is an emergency shelter in Coquitlam for men and women who are homeless in the Tri-Cities. The facility is operated by RainCity Housing and includes 30 emergency shelter beds and 30 transitional housing units. Pets are welcome and three meals a day are provided. 

Extreme Weather Response Shelter

Progressive Housing Society will operate an emergency shelter on the worst-weather nights of the year at the Kyle Centre in Port Moody, starting on November 13, 2023.

  • Location: Kyle Centre, 125 Kyle St, Port Moody. 
  • Time: 8:30 p.m. – 7:30 a.m.

Walk-ups are not permitted – please call to arrange pick-up. Contact Progressive Housing at:

Winter shelter pick-up/drop-off locations are:

  • Lincoln SkyTrain Station
  • Kingsway (north side) at Jane Street – near Bottle Depot
  • Pheasant Drive and Christmas Way (south side of Superstore)

Hope for Freedom Society

Hope for Freedom Society provides a range of housing, counselling, support and referral services with a focus on people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Tri-Cities.

Senior Services Society

The Seniors Services Society provides housing support and services for individuals over the age of 60. 


211 is a free and confidential service that connects people to helpful and vital resources in their community. 

Dial or text 2-1-1 to be connected with a Resource Navigator who will provide information and referral to available social, government, and community supports and services that can help with:

  • basic needs like food and shelter,
  • mental health and addictions support,
  • legal and financial assistance,
  • supports for seniors, newcomers, and much more.