Peak House is a voluntary, ten-week, live-in, treatment program for youth seeking freedom from problematic substance use. Our program is located in Vancouver, operated by Pacific Youth and Family Services Society, and funded by Vancouver Coastal Health Authority. We are licensed, accredited, and have been in operation for over 30 years.
By supporting Peak House, you can ensure that youth in your community are able to get the support they need and deserve. Your gift will help them fight against the devastating effects of addiction, poverty and trauma. We need your help.
Peak House is located in a residential neighbourhood in Vancouver, British Columbia. We have 7 bedrooms and 8 beds, a full kitchen, livingroom, two group rooms, and a beautiful backyard. Youth have told us that the house feels comfortable, warm, safe and welcoming.
Below you will find news, press, youth wisdom from Peak House, as well as publications that have helped to inform our work.
Peak House executive director James Kelly and former client Cherokee speak with Gloria Macarenko about how Peak House helps underage people struggling with addictions and confidence. On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko CBC Listen Aired Jan 4th, 2023
James Kelly, the executive director of Peak House, and Cherokee, a former client, explain how the live-in program can change lives in 10 weeks. CBC Vancouver January 9th.
Watch CBC Vancouver News with host Anita Bathe for the latest on the most important news stories happening across B.C. including a feature on Peak House (starting at 17:48).