AdvocacyThe Kettle Advocacy provides much needed information, support and representation to mental health consumers to resolve income, housing and family law problems. Our Advocates help with welfare benefits and to resolve debt issues,  tenancy disputes and child protection concerns. The staff work with our clients, government agencies and other service providers to ensure that persons with a mental illness have access to housing, financial supports, legal and mental health resources, and are treated fairly in their interactions with government, community and the mental health system.

The office is open Monday to Thursday, 1:00 – 4:00 pm.  Service is available on a drop-in basis so there is no need to make an appointment.

Every March and April, the Kettle Advocacy Service also offers free Tax Clinics for mental health consumers.  For more information or a tax clinic schedule, please contact 604-251-2801.

 

Homelessness & Supported Housing          Women’s Transitional Care & Housing
Kettle Meals Programs and Drop-In
Advocacy          Dolly’s Fund          John Watson Memorial Fund