PHS Community Services Society, is a charitable non-profit on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and in Victoria.

We provide over 1500 units of supportive housing, harm reduction, and overdose prevention to those underserved in our community.


COVID-19 is challenging everyone in every sector.

PHS Community Services Society will continue our work providing housing, healthcare, harm reduction and health promotion for some of the most vulnerable and under-served people in our community throughout these challenging times.

We will work carefully. We will work with the most up to date science and health guidelines. We will lobby and collaborate to find sector-wide solutions. We will take care of each other.

Our supportive housing is operating its usual year-round service.

We have procedures in place to maximize cleanliness and physical distancing. We are limiting guest and visitor access while ensuring residents’ permanent guests and registered visitors are being admitted.

Our harm reduction, health and community services are operating around the clock to combat overdoses and provide up-to-date information to our communities in Vancouver and Victoria regarding COVID-19 safety awareness.

We will be updating pages of our website with changes to our social enterprise or programs.  Please stay tuned here for information as we receive it.

Our Core Community Activities


Every night the PHS provides shelter and home to thousands of community members, whether it is in an emergency shelter bed, a converted hotel or a purpose built social housing building. Learn more…


Services offered by the PHS are focused on the residents and their specialized needs. We aim to develop flexible, relevant and effective services for the people in the community we care about. Learn more…


Responding to human suffering and community need by amplifying silenced voices towards social inclusion and social change. Learn more…

Our Mission

PHS Community Services Society provides compassionate dignified housing and services to those who are poorly served elsewhere in the community due to their physical health, mental health, behavioural issues, substance use, forensic history, and for those who are homeless.

Learn more about Our Mission and Our Approach.