Sentinel HouseResidential program for co-ed youth 13-18 years of age
Sentinel House provides a residential program for co-ed youth 13-18 years of age referred by Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) and Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society (FVACFSS). The program provides behavioural assessment and emergency residential care.
The vision of Sentinel House is to provide a residential program where youth feel safe, stable and have the ability to achieve their personal goals. We work to treat youth with dignity, respect, fairness, courtesy and compassion in a non-judgemental way. We hope that through empowerment, youth can achieve their goals.
Who We Help
- Youth in care who have been referred by MCFD or FVACFSS resource workers
Did You Know?
Sentinel House opened in 1989 and Archway has been providing services for youth for over 50 years.
Hours of Operation
24 hours a day
7 days a week
In Partnership With:
Stories & News from our Youth Programs
Prospera Credit Union is once again coordinating gifts for disadvantaged youth through the Youth Angel Tree Project. Now in its seventh year, the Youth Angel Tree Project makes wishes come true for local youth. Trees are set up at local Prospera branches featuring...
A big “thank you” to Store Manager Kevin Nutt and the entire team at Home Depot in Abbotsford. In June, their participation in the Orange Door Project raised $5,547 to support ACS programs for homeless youth. Through the initiative, customers could purchase paper...
The First West Foundation has awarded Foundry Abbotsford with $15,000 through its Envision Financial Community Endowment. Foundry Abbotsford provides local youth and their families with supports for their mental-health, substance-use, and overall wellness needs. The...