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Partner Organizations

The Friendly Landlord Network partners support youth and families from government care to secure housing. Our partners are located throughout the Lower Mainland and Whistler BC.
Interested in partnering with us or bringing the Friendly Landlord Network to your area? Get in touch!

Atira Women’s Resource Society

The Homelessness Prevention Program at Atira provides ongoing housing outreach and/or financial support to women fleeing violence.

Aunt Leah’s

For over 30 years, Aunt Leah’s Place has worked to prevent children in foster care from becoming homeless and mothers in need from losing custody of their children. To accomplish this they provide supported housing, life skills coaching, and job training.

Covenant House Vancouver

Covenant House Vancouver is here to help youth ages 16-24 that are homeless, at risk of being homeless, or just need some extra support in an inclusive and non-judgmental space. Services are all free and you can self-refer. Click to learn more.

First United Social Housing

First United Church Social Housing Society is celebrating 40 years in responsive social housing this year.

We operate 156 units of low end of market independent housing in the DTES with light supports and 33 units of Rent Geared to Income independent living housing in the Little Mountain area.

We have a number of vacancies for 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms coming up in the near future at the current LEM rates.

The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA)

The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA) is located on the shared, unceded traditional territory of the Fraser Salish People including the Kwantlen, Katzie, QayQayt, Semiahmoo, and Tsawwassen. We live out hands and hearts in gratitude to our hosts.

A community of strong, healthy, successful Indigenous people connected to each other and to their roots. We work to foster the health and well-being of urban Indigenous people in the Fraser Salish Region by providing culturally relevant services, support, and advocacy.

Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver Housing provides safe and affordable rental homes across the Metro Vancouver region. Our housing sites are diverse, mixed-income communities that primarily serve families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Metro Vancouver Housing offers a range of homes, from studios to four-bedroom townhomes, and provide family-oriented amenities and programming to support healthy, engaged communities.

Pacific Community Resources (BYRC & GYRC)

PCRS offers a range of housing options for low-income youth ages 16 to 24 who face multiple barriers, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and need extra support to independently maintain housing. Our programs are designed to help youth transition to independence by providing support with goal setting, life skills, and stability. We have been working to help facilitate healthy communities since 1984.

PLEA Community Services Society of BC

PLEA is an accredited, not-for-profit, charitable community services agency that has operated throughout BC for more than 30 years. Through unique services, tailored to individual strengths and needs, PLEA helps children, youth, adults and families facing challenges lead fulfilling lives within their communities.

St. Leonard’s Youth & Family Services

ST LEO is an accredited, non-profit agency serving Burnaby youth & families since 1967. We help youth realize lasting positive change in their lives by building on their strengths and involving them in their communities to make positive choices and to live a healthy, safe, and productive life style. At Outlook Community Youth Services program we aim to build a network of support for youth by building bridges between young people , their families and significant others, and the community as a whole.

Rent Smart Certificate – Course Description

Tenants want a safe, suitable, affordable home to rent; landlords, and housing providers want tenants to pay rent on time and take care of their property. Being a good tenant is not an innate skill. Rent Smart courses use a practical, engaging life skills approach to tenant education providing graduates knowledge, skills and confidence to find and maintain stable housing. Courses include modules on tenancy legislation, communication, conflict resolution, budgeting and unit maintenance, emphasizing the importance of rights, responsibilities and effective relationship building between tenants, and landlords.

If you would like to be a part of this network, get in touch!