All Nations Youth Safe House (ANYSH)
The Safe House has six beds and provides meals for at-risk youth ages 16 to 18 of all nations. The House is open 24/7 with overnight staffing, though youth have a curfew. Staff assist youth to locate job opportunities, training, housing, and schooling. Youth are encouraged to be goal oriented, and are supported with individualized case planning when appropriate. Accepts self-referrals. Youth must be 72 hours clean from hard drugs and alcohol, with no drug use at the shelter. Youth may stay up to 30 days. Wheelchair accessible but in limited capacity. Licensed facility.
Contact: Kayla Bains
Phone Number: 604-584-2625
Meet our Team!
Kyla Bains ANYSH Program Manager
Kyla Bains was born and raised in Surrey, BC. Living in Surrey her whole life she experienced firsthand the challenges of a high risk lifestyle, and is able to relate her personal experiences to her work environment with the youth at All Nations Youth Safe House. At the age of 19, Kyla attended college and received her certificate as an Addictions and Community Support Worker. Kyla has since worked as a Group Facilitator, a Specialized Youth Care Worker and now as the Program Manager of All Nations Youth Safe House. Passionate about working with youth and making a difference in the lives of the youth she serves, her position at All Nations Youth Safe House was a natural fit. Kyla has been with All Nations Youth Safe House since 2012. In her free time, Kyla loves to go camping and making memories with her two children and husband. Kyla has big dreams, goals and aspirations to change the world we live in today.