Housing/Emergency Shelter

Anderson House is an 8-bed emergency shelter for female identifying, non-binary individuals and trans men and women and their children from across the province who are fleeing violence. Services include emergency shelter, safety planning, advocacy, childcare services, drop-in support, follow-up support, referrals to outreach services and second stage housing, and information pertaining to resources such as lawyers, housing, stay away orders, transportation, child care and pet care. To ensure client safety, their address is not listed. Reach out to inquire about accessing services.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-892-0960 or 1-800-240-9894

Bedford MacDonald House is a 12-bed men’s shelter for individuals who are male identifying and are 18 years of age and older. Operated by the Salvation Army, they provide shelter, support and compassion to men experiencing homelessness. Clients can stay for up to 21 days out of 30 and are able to access group recreational activities and case managment services.

Address:
184 Weymouth Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4Z3
Telephone:
902-892-9242
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Blooming House is an 8-bed emergency shelter that provides overnight housing to woman identified individuals (ages 18 and up). In addition to providing shelter, they work to support clients with access to food and a place to prepare meals, personal hygiene products, shower and laundry facilities, and even storage of belongings for up to 72 hours. To ensure client safety, their address is not listed. Reach out to inquire about accessing services. Province Wide English Housing / Emergency Shelter

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-213-9969

The Canadian Mental Health Association – PEI Division, provides a wide range of services including peer support programs, suicide prevention initatives, education workshops and housing supports to Islanders across the province.

Address:
178 Fitzroy Street
Charlottetown
C1A 7L9
Telephone:
902-566-3034
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Chief Mary Bernard Memorial Shelter is a 5-bed emergency shelter for women in distress, women without housing, or for young mothers who need extra support. Shelter residents have access to employment services, parenting, and life skills programs, and services offered through the Lennox Island Health Centre. To ensure client safety, their address is not listed. Reach out to inquire about accessing services.

Address:
Lennox Island
Telephone:
902-831-2332 or 1-855-297-2332

Deacon House is an overnight shelter for adult males, over the age of 19 who abuse substances or have a chemical dependency.

Address:
130 Deacon Grove Lane
Charlottetown
C1C 1M3
Telephone:
902-368-4036
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Family Violence Prevention Services offers a wide variety of support to indivudals identifying as a woman, who has or is experiencing domestic violence, including; confidential support services, peer support groups, and second stage housing options. To ensure client safety, their address is not listed. Reach out to inquire about accessing services. Province Wide English Housing / Emergency Shelter, Peer Support, Sexual Health / Abuse

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-892-0960 or 1-800-240-9894

Housing assistance provides low income Islanders with appropriate housing at a reduced cost. For qualified applicants, this might be renting a social housing unit or receiving a rent supplement that reduces the cost for rental market housing. The program is needs-based with priority given to those assessed to be in the greatest need.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-5770

Housing assistance provides low income Islanders with appropriate housing at a reduced cost. For qualified applicants, this might be renting a social housing unit or receiving a rent supplement that reduces the cost for rental market housing. The program is needs-based with priority given to those assessed to be in the greatest need.

Telephone:
902-838-0796
Location:
Montague

Housing assistance provides low income Islanders with appropriate housing at a reduced cost. For qualified applicants, this might be renting a social housing unit or receiving a rent supplement that reduces the cost for rental market housing. The program is needs-based with priority given to those assessed to be in the greatest need.

Address:
Summerside
Telephone:
902-888-8436

Housing assistance provides low income Islanders with appropriate housing at a reduced cost. For qualified applicants, this might be renting a social housing unit or receiving a rent supplement that reduces the cost for rental market housing. The program is needs-based with priority given to those assessed to be in the greatest need.

Telephone:
902-687-7098
Location:
Souris

The John Howard Society of PEI provides supports to gain appropirate housing for Islanders involved with the criminal justice system through an individualized planning process aimed at helping individuals and/or families create strategies to meet their housing needs, and address the employment and/or pre-employment needs of the individuals.

Address:
163 Queen Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4B4
Telephone:
902-566-5425
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Lacey House provides a 24 hour supervised, therapeutic, safe, structured home-like environment to assist women in maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle.

Address:
Charlottetown – Queens
Telephone:
902-368-4083

The Native Council of PEI provides a wide range of supports and services to status and non-status indigenous people living off reserve. Programs include those focused on supporting Indigenous people with gaining meaningful employment, revitalizing mi’kmaq culture, and obtaining appropriate housing.

Address:
6 FJ McAulay Court
Charlottetown
C1A 9M7
Telephone:
902-892-5314
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St. Eleanors House provides a home-like environment for men in need of extended support after initial addiction treatment.

Address:
Summerside – Prince
Telephone:
902-888-8386

Talbot House is a residence for men that provides a safe, structured environment and support while working towards maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle.

Address:
Charlottetown
Telephone:
902-368-4297