Threshold Housing Society is committed to creating a safe and stable home environment for our community’s vulnerable youth by offering acceptance, transitional housing, life skills, and opportunities to realize their potential and ultimately — hope for the future.
A bright and sunny home on Granite offers young people a fresh start in Oak Bay. When the Threshold Housing Society’s newest home opened Sept. 1, it was not only… Read more »
Thank you for all involved in the Theshold Painting Party! What a fun time the volunteers had, and all for helping future transitional youth in the Greater Victoria area. Threshold… Read more »
There’s been a lot of attention on the growing amount of homeless people accumulating on the lawns of Victoria’s courthouse. Neighbours living in the area continue to deal with an increase in crime. Now police have dedicated two officers to patrol the area six hours a day, seven days a week.
But as the province prepares to take the campers to court again at the end of the month with hopes of shutting tent city down a bigger homeless crisis continues to be ignored.
Youth homelessness is an unseen crisis in Victoria, but those aged 16 to 24 are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population in Canada. The problem is that many of them are hidden.