Hannah’s Place Emergency Shelter

A warm bed in a safe place restores health to the body and soul. Siloam Mission has been able to offer a safe, clean and dignified place to sleep for people experiencing homelessness since May, 2007.

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Hannah’s Place

Hannah’s Place is a homeless shelter dedicated to providing a safe, considerate and responsible temporary refuge for community members experiencing homelessness.
Lord, when did we see a stranger and invite him in?
Matthew 25:38

Shelter is a basic human need and by offering it we give people dignity, self-respect and the potential for personal growth.

Our Emergency Shelter is named after Hannah Taylor who started the Ladybug Foundation. The Foundation came into existence after Hannah witnessed a man eating out of a garbage can when she was just 5 years old.

Thanks to her fundraising efforts we now have 110 beds in our shelter and they are filled every night of the year. Along with a bed our guests have access to hygiene items, washroom facilities and even hot showers. We also have a hospital discharge room for people with no place to go.

Did You Know

Getting enough quality sleep can help protect mental and physical health along with enhancing quality of life and personal safety.

Stories of Hope

At Siloam Mission, hope begins with a meal. It is by first filling basic needs that we can help our guests begin to look to the future.

By the numbers — because of you in 2015-16

Individuals Stayed


individuals stayed

Men Most Every Night


men most every night

Women Most Every Night


women most every night

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