Contact Information
Office Phone 506-658-1344
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Primary Contact Jayme Hall, Executive Director, Outflow Ministry; Phone: 506-658-8050; Email:
Alternate Contact Tony Dickinson, Director of Shelter and Housing, Outflow; Phone: 506-658-1344; Email:
Mailing Address 162 Waterloo St 
Saint John, NB E2L 3R1
Description & Services
Cross Reference Men's Shelter
Description of service(s) The Outflow Men’s Shelter is a 25-bed emergency shelter for homeless men (aged 18+) and is open 12 hours per day and 365 days per year from 8:00pm until 8:00am. It is a damp shelter and is open to men who arrive under the influence; however, the shelter does not allow any use of alcohol or other intoxicants on site. The shelter provides a warm and safe place to sleep, an evening refreshment upon arrival and a breakfast before leaving, and access to laundry and shower facilities.
Hours 8 pm - 8 am
Dates Program is Offered 365 days per year
Areas Served Saint John ; Southern New Brunswick ; Saint John
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
Male guests
Application N/A
Languages English
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
162 Waterloo St
Saint John, NB E2L 3R1
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Accessibility Partially Accessible
Other Details
Meetings You are not required to meet with staff prior to using the shelter for the first night.
Service Categories Homeless Shelter ; Homeless Shelter ~ Men

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