Welcome to the Homepage for Fast and Trusted (Review www.lookoutsociety.ca) “Lookout Society” – Login & Register , Health Canada Authorizes Two New Lookout Supervised Consumption Sites , We are pleased to announce that on May 26, 2017, Health Canada approved the operation of four new supervised consumption sites across Canada, two of which are operated by Lookout.
The two sites, located in Vancouver at the Powell Street Getaway and in Surrey at 135 A Street, currently offer overdose prevention services. With this
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Each year Lookout Housing and Health Society hosts H’Arts for the Homeless, bridging art, circus, music, magic, storytelling and dance with Lookout’s mission. This event raises funds in support of the Lookout Foundation to further the goals and mission of Lookout and the people we serve.
This year, October 4th 2018, Lookout will host it’s 10th Annual H’Arts for the Homeless Event.
For more information on Lookout events, please visit our events page.
Lookout Housing and Health Society provides non-judgmental, non-sectarian, services to adults who cope with a wide variety of challenges including mental illness, addictions, chronic health conditions (including HIV/AIDS), physical disabilities, social dysfunctions, legal concerns or more frequently a combination of issues. Currently, Lookout operates shelters, transitional, independent and permanent supportive housing, drop-in resource centres, outreach, and health services from our 32 sites in 11 municipalities.
Transitional housing programs
Transitional housing options provide support, direction and assistance to individuals who require greater levels of assistance over an extended period to improve stability within their lives. These programs specifically target those having few housing alternatives, unable to meet their own basic needs and/or successfully access alternative housing. Lookout’s transitional housing programs also include several Abstinence based Sober-living facilities.
Supportive housing units are subsidized permanent supportive self-contained homes for people who are chronically homeless. Staff work with residents to support their individual needs and provide assistance as needed. This can include offering housing for seniors or people with disabilities with chronic history of homeless who require support to maintain their independence.