AWAC offers many programs and services to marginalized individuals on a year-round basis. These programs have been developed to support individuals at any point in the housing continuum, to meet individuals where they are at, and to best support each person in their path.
24/7 Minimal Barrier Shelter
A 24/7 minimal-barrier shelter where females can receive safe shelter and basic services (eg. meals, hygiene items, showers, laundry).
Low-barrier supported housing program where participants do not have to abstain from substances to participate. 24/7 supports.
A non-credit program via modified courses at the College of New Caledonia to introduce individuals who have experienced adversity to many subjects.
Housing Readiness Program
A transitional co-ed housing program geared to cultivating independence through empowerment, life skills, wellness groups, and daily programs.
Outreach and Housing First Program
Services include advocacy, referrals to income sources & health services, appointment transportation, bill supplement opportunities, etc.
Support to find safe, stable, affordable, independent housing (via budgeting & local landlord and resource group supports).
Victoria Towers Program
A second-stage housing program for independent subsidized living. Participants continue to develop life skills and receive supports.
From 7PM – 3AM, staff prepare hot beverages, snacks, and winter apparel and drive through Prince George to find people residing outdoors.
A 1-3 year sober living, transitional housing program for individuals who are on their own unique journey of sobriety.