To address the housing needs of young people, 360°kids provides a range of housing programs including emergency, transitional, residential homes, and specific housing support provided to survivors of human trafficking. Housing workers also meet with youth throughout the Region to assist them in finding and maintaining safe and appropriate housing.
Nightstop provides same-day emergency housing by placing a young person in the home of an approved and vetted Nightstop Host Volunteer who lives in the community.
We know that this can be a scary time, but Nightstop is here to help.
Nightstop provides same-day emergency housing by placing a young person in the home of an approved and vetted Nightstop Host Volunteer who lives in the community. Nightstop will provide you with a safe place to sleep, access to laundry and bathroom facilities, three meals (dinner, breakfast, and a packed lunch), as well as transportation support.
Apply as a Guest
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Nightstop Volunteer. Nightstop relies on our community of volunteers to provide their homes for a safe, warm place for youth in need to stay on any given night.
Nightstop Host Volunteers are responsible for providing a private bedroom, access to laundry and bathroom facilities, as well as three meals (dinner, breakfast, and a packed lunch). Nightstop Host Volunteers will be provided with extensive training to ensure they are prepared to host. Below, you will find the Nightstop Volunteer Application, as well as a comprehensive breakdown of the volunteer role.
Nightstop Volunteer Form
If you have any questions pertaining to volunteering with Nightstop, please feel free to contact the Nightstop Team at:
647-225-9412 or email@example.com.
We would be more than happy to answer any questions you have prior to completing the form below. Once you complete the form below, a Nightstop Team member will contact you within 2 business days to discuss your application.
Connections and Emergency Housing
Connections is the first emergency housing facility in the southern part of York Region for homeless youth.
Supportive Transitional Apartments for Youth (STAY)
This program will build on the skills youth currently have and assist them in becoming successful as they continue on with their life’s journey.
Youth Residential Homes
Our youth residential program is a voluntary program that offers a combination of housing and support for youth, primarily 16-19 years of age, who are facing a housing crisis.
This program sources affordable market rent, community based units across York Region which are licensed out to youth participants.
Youth Housing and Support Workers
This service is designed to assist clients in transitioning from one location to another, conducting housing searches, negotiating with landlords and more…