Street Culture Project has 4 peer homes with a total of 19 spaces. Funded through the Ministry of Social Services, these peer homes provide long-term housing for Regina youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We believe that everyone deserves a safe home. We know that homelessness can be devastating for young people and is often caused by a lack of support or resources.
Our goal is to help our residents develop strong support systems and gain the life skills they need to move out on their own and become healthy, contributing members of society. All of our peer homes adhere to a youth-centred, power-sharing model where youth identify the goals they want to work on and have a team of support workers dedicated to assisting them. We know that by providing youth with safe living spaces and connecting them with resources such as mentorship and employment opportunities, we can help them succeed and thrive as they transition into adulthood. We are committed to helping at-risk youth in Regina find stability so they can focus on their futures.