Advocacy, Housing and Prevention Services
This program is temporarily closed for in-person services as of March 18, 2020 as part of our efforts to fight COVID-19 and maintain the health, safety and well-being of our staff, volunteers, clients and community. Please call for a phone appointment.
Ask An Advocate remains fully online.
If you have questions about your appointment and your case is urgent, please contact your worker or location directly.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Learn more about SOURCES’ response to COVID-19 here.
Support for matters relating to income assistance, provincial and federal disability benefits, other federal income support programs, tenancy and debt.
Services are also available in Punjabi and for people self-identifying as having mental illness.
Assisting homeless individuals to find safe and affordable housing and offering ongoing support (re. income supports, benefits, tenancy, other supports) to assist them to remain housed. Services include Housing First for chronically and episodically homeless individuals.
Supporting individuals to maintain housing through advocacy and facilitated access to resources. Sources Rent Bank also offers micro-loans for rental and utility arrears, damage deposits and first month’s rent.
Ask An Advocate
Offers on-line resources pertaining to income assistance, residential tenancy, and other income supports. Visitors to the askanadvocate.ca website can also ask questions and access training on these topics.
Funding for these programs include: Fraser Health Authority, the Law Foundation, the Government of Canada, and the Provincial Government of B.C.
Hours of Operation
|Monday – Friday||8:30 am – 4:30 pm|