Hollyburn Family Services Society, Incorporated in 2004 and accredited by the CARF International offers a comprehensive continuum of preventive, emergency and transformational services to vulnerable and “at risk” individuals and families across the lifespan to become resilient members of our community. We provide housing outreach and a range of support services to youth and seniors who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We provide children, men and women who have been victims of violence the support and resources to heal. We offer Indigenous people who live with mental health and addiction issues and involved in the criminal justice system the support to break the barriers they face accessing community-based services. Most recently, we are a partner in the North Shore Domestic Violence Unit, which is the first domestic violence unit with a First Nations Partnership. Hollyburn Family Services Society has 18 fulltime employees and 12 part time. We engage 140 volunteers who collectively contributed over 3500 hours.
Our Vision Ending Social Vulnerabilities
Our Mission We provide unique services in response to existing and emerging community social needs on the North Shore.
Our Values Serve with Integrity, Honour Diverse Perspectives, Nurture A Community of Caring, Lead the Way