Youth Hub Capital Campaign

Join the Squamish Youth Hub Capital Campaign

We’re raising $1.4 million to build a new Youth Hub and we need your help. Now’s your chance to give a little bit back to your community, but change a lot.

Please, give generously today.

The new Squamish Youth Hub will provide a combination of recreational, educational and clinical programming for young people ages 12-24. It will be a safe place for youth to find the care, connection and supports they need.

Community-Wide Partnership
The Squamish Youth Hub is the result of a ground-breaking and community-wide partnership between SSCS, Squamish Youth, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (VCH), Ministry of Children & Family Development (MCFD), District of Squamish (DoS), and Squamish Nation.

The project is also the direct result of the District-led Youth Strategy program; “For Youth, By Youth.” This is the framework for youth engagement in our community, and the Youth Hub will be at the heart of it all!

The Need for Youth Supports
With Squamish’s growing youth population, the need for youth supports has never been greater. An estimated 68.000 youth in BC have substance use problems, and another 84,000 youth in the province have a diagnosed mental disorder. Yet, less than 1/3 who seek help receive those services. Young people in our community need a safe space where they can not only meet up and have fun, but also find the help and support they desperately need. 

Programs & Services
Operating under a Foundry BC model, the Youth Hub will offer a diverse slate of recreational and educational programs, health and wellness resources, services and supports—all in one convenient location!

Located on the ground floor of the Buckley Affordable Housing Project, a 76-unit housing development, the new Youth Hub will sit next to Howe Sound Secondary School and a public park, and close to transit and downtown Squamish. The proposed site is the location of the current Youth Centre, which is outdated and in need of replacement.


I like coming to the Youth Centre after school to have a safe, warm place to hang out.

Youth Centre client