As many as 200,000 Canadians will experience homelessness each year.


78% of BC residents believe society has a moral obligation to help homeless people.

— Street to Home/ Angus Reid Survey

Poverty Law Advocacy Program

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The Poverty Law Advocacy Program provides individuals on low income with legal information, advice and representation primarily in the areas of landlord/tenant, welfare and employment insurance law. The Poverty Law Advocate also presents public legal education sessions and works closely with the community to address law related poverty issues.


Drop in is available; however, it is preferred that the person phone ahead of time and make an appointment.

Call: Erik @ 250.314.1900 ext. 202

Email: advocate@kamloopsefry