Zero Ceiling is committed to ending youth homelessness in BC. For over twenty-five years, we’ve been helping young people facing homelessness have a healthy transition to adulthood. We provide stability, support, and opportunities so that young people can focus on personal growth. We believe every young person deserves the chance to become the best version of themselves.

Based in the unique mountain resort of Whistler, BC, we serve youth aged 16-24 from Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor. Our programs offer supportive housing, supportive employment, case management, life skills education, mental health supports, and outdoor recreation in a safe, supportive environment. We build strong relationships and support young people for as long as they need: just like a family.



Zero Ceiling’s programs are built on the latest evidence and over two decades’ of experience fighting youth homelessness in BC. We focus on providing individualized, flexible support and creating strong, supportive relationships that empower young people.

Work 2 Live is a supportive housing and employment program for young people aged 19-24 who are experiencing homelessness or unstable housing. We help participants gain the stability, skills, and support systems to have a healthy transition to adulthood.
The Adventure Sessions is an outdoor adventure day-camp for young people aged 16-24 experiencing or at risk of homelessness. We offer no-cost access to the mountains of Whistler, BC, for some of the most marginalized young people in our communities.


We can’t end youth homelessness alone. Your support allows us to provide flexible, individualized services that empower young people to fully participate in our community. Our supporters change lives by donating, volunteering, and attending our community events. If you have a creative idea for how you can help Zero Ceiling end youth homelessness, reach out – we’d love to hear from you!



We’re grateful to all of our community supporters who make our programs possible:

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