Surrey

In April 2008, the Province of British Columbia and the City of Surrey approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to build up to 103 new supportive housing units on two city-owned sites for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, including:

  • Quibble Creek Health & Transition Housing Centre at 13670 94A Ave. (Operated by The Phoenix Drug & Alcohol Recovery and Education Society)- Provides 52 supportive housing units and 15 short-term transitional recovery beds for people at risk of homelessness. The building also includes Fraser Health’s Recovery and Assessment Centre, with 25 beds for men and women requiring 24-hour recovery and assessment services, and a primary care, substance use and mental health clinic.
  • YWCA Alder Gardens at 13775-95 70th Ave. (Operated by YWCA Vancouver) - Provides 36 apartments for women and their children at risk of homelessness
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