Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive and non judgmental environment that empowers youth of all nations to define their own identity, achieve healthy “self determined” goals and create  their own holistic state of “well being” while encouraging positive family and community connections.

What We Offer:

You can call ANYTIME

We are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even Christmas and New Years

You have to be working on goals in order to stay here, such as going to school, working, or reconnecting with family

We provide a safe home-like atmosphere and professional, caring staff while you stay anywhere from 7-30 days

ANYSH (All Nations Youth Safe House) is a Ministry of Children and Family Development funded resource and licensed by Fraser Region Health Authority

  • A warm and clean bed
  • Daily nutritious meals
  • Toiletries
  • TV, Video games, Music Room
  • Networking with other resources
  • Access to a computer and phone
  • Housing and job search form
  • Ongoing staff support

All Nations Youth Safe House

“We welcome youth of all nations” Youth choosing healthy alternatives to street involvement and actively working towards positive changes in their lives on a self referral basis”

 24 Hour Phone Service 604-584-2625

 Comments From ANYSH Youth

“So far I am proud of myself for all that I have achieved. I wouldn’t have ever done it without the staff at ANYSH. They’ve given me a lot of help, support and guidance. If this Safe House wasn’t open I don’t know where I would be right now. I might be homeless, or maybe even dead. This place has given me respect and guidance, leading to a better life.”- Anonymous

“The staff have given me so much support, wisdom, insight, teachings and guidance. Thank you, all of you. You don’t realize how much you have helped me. You have a great team! Thank you for your understanding”        -Anonymous

Contact Us

Phone: 604-584-2625

Email: kyla.bains@frafca.org

Web: www.frafca.org

Facebook: All Nations Youth Safe House

 *We do not welcome drop in visits*

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, Program Manager of All Nations Youth Safe House and now as the Manager of Youth Services with FRAFCA. Passionate about working with youth and making a difference in the lives of the youth she serves, her position FRAFCA. Kyla has been with FRAFCA 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.