The Safe at Home Society works to end and prevent homelessness in the Yukon, bringing together service agencies, government partners, landlords, community members and people with lived experience of homelessness to connect people with housing and supports.
Join us for our AGM on July 19
We invite you to join us for the Safe at Home Society’s Annual General Meeting, taking place on Wednesday, July 19 at 7 pm.
You can join us in person at 310 Alexander Street or via Zoom. Email us at email@example.com for a Zoom link, or call us at 867-334-9310 if you have any questions.
We hope to see you!
4051 - 4th Avenue Rapid Housing
4051 - 4th Avenue is a new permanent supportive housing project operated by the Safe at Home Society for individuals who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Transforming a former commercial hotel into 55 self-contained suites, the project will provide affordable, secure, and supportive housing for a mixed demographic of individuals in downtown Whitehorse, Yukon. Learn more!Learn more ›
At Safe at Home, we are busy taking a multi-pronged approach to ending homelessness. You’ll find our team working with landlords to support housing accessibility and stability, our Coordinated Access Coordinator working with other service providers to ensure the By-Name List is up to date and serving those in need housing, and our Housing Stability, Support and Referral Workers supporting individuals to find or keep their housing. In addition, we collaborate with other housing providers and advocates for housing by working together on our common goal to end homelessness in Yukon.Learn more ›
Safe at Home Society Yukon believes in the importance of sharing a voice on issues related to homelessness. By participating on various boards and committees, both locally and nationally, we not only stay informed on the latest advances and best practices for ending homelessness in Yukon, but we also provide a voice so our unique Northern context is understood by a larger audience.Learn more ›
The Safe at Home Society is part of a national campaign to end homelessness called Built for Zero Canada. Utilizing Coordinated Access and a By-Name List, our team collaborates with fellow service providers to ensure we are all working together through a coordinated strategy to end homelessness.Learn more ›
Email, Phone and Social
310 Alexander Street, Whitehorse
8:30 am to 4 pm (closed 12–1 pm), Monday to Friday