What do we provide?
Upon admission to the Emergency Shelter, each guest will be able to access:
- A safe environment to rest
- A bed with clean linens
- A hot shower
- 3 meals each day
- Clothing Assistance
- Laundry services
- One on one support services
- Spiritual Care services
- Basic Medical Services
- Resources for further support
- Access to a free computer lab
What do we expect?
As our guest, we expect you to follow our Shelter’s rules and expectations
- Respect for our shelter guests and staff
- No drugs or alcohol on property
- Adherence to our General Rules & Expectations – provided upon intake.
How do I get into the Emergency Shelter?
We welcome anyone that is in need. As long as you can abide by the Emergency Shelter’s rules and expectations, we will work to help you move forward.
Extreme Weather Response (EWR)
Through our partnership with the City of Langley and BC Housing the Extreme Weather Response program provides additional emergency beds to those that are homeless during periods of extreme weather that may threaten their health and safety. This program runs between November 1st and March 31st each year, between 7pm and 9:30am. A warm dinner and breakfast are also provided for EWR guests.
Extreme Weather Response issued February 17, 2018. Printable poster available for display – please share.
Are you looking for further support services?
Gateway of Hope offers a 2nd stage, transitional housing program for those who are ready to take the next step towards a healthy and stable lifestyle. Please see our Opportunities Program page for more details.
What’s my next step?
Please contact us at 604-514-7375 or in person at 5787 Langley Bypass, Langley BC if looking for a place to sleep. Our Shelter Entrance is around the back right side of the building, please look for the yellow door.
We gladly accept donations…
If you are looking to help our guests in the way of donations, please check out the following donation lists below. Donation drop off times are Monday-Friday 8am-8pm. No furniture please.