Peers Victoria Holiday Gift Bag Drive

Please help Peers collect 150 holiday gift bags.  See poster for details.

holidayGiftBagsPoster-Rev2

We are hiring for our Night Outreach team

We are hiring for a permanent part-time night outreach worker.  Please have a look at the job description and if interested, send us your resume and cover letter to peershiring@gmail.com by Sunday October 22, 2017.

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AGM Sept 13 – Guest panel on housing first and harm reduction

Peers’ Annual General Meeting is being held at Peers Victoria on Wednesday September 13, 2017 at 5 pm.  Please click on the link below for more information.

PeersAGM 2017 (For 2016)

 

AGM Sept 13 – Guest panel on housing first and harm reduction

Peers’ Annual General Meeting is being held at Peers Victoria on Wednesday September 13, 2017 at 5 pm.  Please click on the link below for more information.

PeersAGM 2017 (For 2016)

 

We are pleased to share our Housing First research report with you!

“I want to be part of the community, not stand out from it”: Lessons Learned Integrating Housing First into a Peer-Led Sex Work Organization (2017)

We are pleased to release a report on the experiences of those in our Housing First program at Peers. This report details some of the successes and barriers we have faced supporting current and former sex workers to obtain housing in this region drawing on principles of harm reduction and housing as a fundamental right.  Special thanks to Leah Shumka, Flora Pagan, Nadia Ouellet, Bruce Wallace, Bernie Pauly for authoring the report and the Capital Regional District and Government of Canada for providing financial support.

We are pleased to share our Housing First research report with you!

“I want to be part of the community, not stand out from it”: Lessons Learned Integrating Housing First into a Peer-Led Sex Work Organization (2017)

We are pleased to release a report on the experiences of those in our Housing First program at Peers. This report details some of the successes and barriers we have faced supporting current and former sex workers to obtain housing in this region drawing on principles of harm reduction and housing as a fundamental right.  Special thanks to Leah Shumka, Flora Pagan, Nadia Ouellet, Bruce Wallace, Bernie Pauly for authoring the report and the Capital Regional District and Government of Canada for providing financial support.