Peak House, a residential care program for teens ages 13 to 18, is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Run by Pacific Youth and Family Services Society and supported by Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, Peak House has been providing quality care for over thirty years, and is Carf accredited and licensed. The program seeks to help teens stop abusive behavior towards drugs or alcohol using a blend of therapeutic and enjoyable activities.
From one-on-one and group counseling, to holistic health techniques, guest lectures, and community trips, Peak House provides ample opportunities to recover and live a drug-free life. The warm and inviting home-like campus features a backyard, full kitchen, living room, 7 bedrooms (8 beds) and 2 group rooms, making it a safe and comfortable environment to go through the program. Peak House is also LGBT+ affirming.