We organize member organizations around a “hub and spoke” model, with central locations being the hubs, and related organizations being the “spokes”. Below is a list of our Hubs, with related organizations listed beneath the hubs as bulleted items. Click on the link for any one of these to get more information.

Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House

4065 Victoria Drive
Vancouver BC Canada
V5N 4M9
Phone: 604-874-4231
Fax: 604-874-7169

Since 1950 Cedar Cottage has helped to make our neighbourhood a better place to live. Key programs include childcare, school age activities, family and seniors support services, youth services and community development.

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Collingwood Neighbourhood House

5288 Joyce Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5R 6C9
Phone: 604-435-0323
Fax: 604-451-1191

Collingwood Neighbourhood House is a non-profit organization in East Vancouver that provides leadership, programs and services in response to social, educational, economic, health, cultural and recreational needs in the Renfrew-Collingwood community.

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Eastside Family Place

1655 William Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5L 2R3
Phone: 604-255-9841
Fax: 604-255-9802

Eastside Family Place is a support & resource centre for parents and caregivers and their young children, 0-6 years. ESFP helps families with young children in their healthy deelopment through a wide range of programs, services, projects and supports.

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Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House

2131 Renfrew Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5M 4M5
Phone: 604-251-1225
Fax: 604-254-3764

Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization providing services to residents in north-east Vancouver. We offer programs for children and youth, adult literacy and ESL, families, seniors and the wider community.

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Gordon Neighbourhood House

1019 Broughton Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V6G 2A7
Phone: 604-683-2554
Fax: 604-683-4486

Gordon House is a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen neighbourhoods with innovative programs and services that meet the changing needs of a diverse population. We offer programs for children, youth, families, adults and seniors.

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Kitsilano Neighbourhood House

2305 West 7th Avenue
Vancouver BC Canada
V6K 1Y4
Phone: 604-736-3588
Fax: 604-736-3640

Kitsilano Neighbourhood House (‘Kits House’), member of the Association of Neighbourhood Houses BC, is a registered non-profit, charity organization dedicated to meeting the needs of those most vulnerable as well as providing an opportunity for everybody in our community to get together and be engaged. We offer many different programs like volunteer-led English Conversation Circles, weekly hot lunches for seniors, childcare and much more. We are the only Neighbourhood House on the Westside and serves many different communities like Kitsilano, Dunbar, Arbutus Ridge and Point Grey.

Kits House has a rich history on Vancouver’s Westside since 1894 when it was originally opened as Alexandra Orphanage and Non-Sectarian Home Society. This original site was located at 7th and Pine. The orphanage was eventually renamed “Alexandra House” in 1938. In 1972, the House moved to its current location, was renamed Kitsilano Neighbourhood House and still serves the six communities of the Westside.

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Kiwassa Neighbourhood House

2425 Oxford Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5K 1M7
Phone: 604-254-5401
Fax: 604-254-7673

Kiwassa Neighbourbhood House is located in north-east Vancouver near Renfrew and a few blocks south of Hastings.

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Little Mountain Neighbourhood House

3981 Main Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5V 3P3
Phone: 604-879-7104
Fax: 604-879-7113

LMNH has been an integral part of the neighbourhood for the past 40 years, providing free or low cost neighbourhood-based social, educational, cultural and recreational programs and initiatives for seniors, adults, families, children, and youth. Rooted in “social justice” values, we facilitate social connectedness and offer inclusive programs to a diverse local population with some programs targeted for vulnerable and marginalized members of our community.




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Marpole Oakridge Family Place Society

8188 Lord Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V6P 0G8
Phone: 604-263-1405

Marpole Oakridge Family Place is a not-for-profit organization which has been supporting families, grandparents, caregivers and children aged 0-6 years for over 40 years.

Our purpose is to promote the health and well-being of the community.  Programs are offered in a stimulating and supportive environment that promotes parenting confidence, enhances early childhood development, increases seniors and vulnerable adults’ skills, knowledge and resources.  MOFP builds community while respecting the diverse cultural and socio-economic experiences for those that call Marpole Oakridge home.

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Mount Pleasant Family Centre Society

2910 St. George Street, in the corner of Robson Park at St. George & E.13th
1 block north of Kingsway and 1 block south of E.12th between Fraser & Main
Vancouver BC Canada
V5T 4L9
Phone: 604-872-6757
Fax: 604-872-6750

Mount Pleasant Family Centre Society is a Family Resource Program.  (FRP) We are a community-based parent/child interactive centre for families with children ages 0-6 years. Our programs are preventative in nature – core services include: family support, play-based learning, early learning and literacy, parent education, and information and referrals. Family Resource Programs bring children and parents together to strengthen parenting, promote social networking, reduce isolation and promote community cohesion. FRPs are grounded in the belief that consistent positive parenting practices and secure, healthy parent-child relationships are fundamental factors in all aspects of healthy child development.

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Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House

800 East Broadway
Vancouver Canada
V5T 1X4
Phone: 604-879-8208
Fax: 604-879-4136

Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House is located in the heart of Mount Pleasant and has been an enduring focal point in the neighbourhood for over 29 years. MPNH provides programs and services which are inclusive of a wide range of ages and interests.

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Network of Inner City Community Services Society

920 East Hastings Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V6A 3T1
Phone: 604-257-6949
Fax: 604-257-6944

The Network of Inner City Community Services Society (formerly Network Two) is a consortium of community organizations based at Ray-Cam Centre. Services include prevention and early intervention, youth and family support and social enterprise projects.

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South Vancouver Family Place

7710 Nanaimo Street
Vancouver BC Canada
V5P 4Y2
Phone: 604-325-5213
Fax: 604-325-9399

SVFP is a family drop-in centre for children aged newborn to 5 years to come with their parents, grandparents or caregivers to enjoy circle time, dress-up, crafts, cars, a small gym & an outdoor sandbox. Open; Tues & Thurs 9am-12pm, Wed & Fri 9am-3pm.

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South Vancouver Neighbourhood House

6470 Victoria Drive
Vancouver BC Canada
V5P 3X7
Phone: 604-324-6212
Fax: 604-324-6116

Located at Victoria and 49th Avenue in the heart of South-East Vancouver, South Vancouver Neighbourhood House has been a mainstay of the community for the past 30 years (1977).

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Vancouver Native Health Aboriginal Child and Family Services

309 - 877 Hastings Street
Vancouver Canada
V6A 3Y1
Phone: 604-602-7558
Fax: 604-602-7559

Aboriginal Child and Family Support Services has their office at 309 – 877 Hastings Street.

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West Side Family Place

2819 West 11th Avenue
Vancouver BC Canada
V6K 2M2
Phone: 604-738-2819
Fax: 604-738-2850

WSFP has offered neighbourhood based, open-access family resource programming for over 40 years. It is a resource centre dedicated to helping families meet new friends, gain a sense of community and receive support as they raise their children.

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