The Alkali Lake Health & Wellness Centre features five supportive recovery beds and culturally appropriate recovery and stabilization services for Indigenous people in the Thompson Cariboo region.
We partnered with Prince Rupert Indigenous Housing Society to renovate the Anchor Inn and create 46 affordable housing units.
This project will serve low- to moderate-income individuals in the Comox Valley, giving priority to Indigenous applicants.
In partnership with Metlakatla First Nation, we have completed 32 homes for individuals aged 65 and above.
We’re working with the Huu-ay-aht First Nations, the Aboriginal Land Trust Society and the City of Colwood to provide 124 new, affordable rental homes for Indigenous families in the greater Victoria area.
We’re partnering with M’akola Housing Society to provide 40 affordable rental homes for low-income Indigenous families, Elders and singles in downtown Langford.Phase 2 at 731 Station Avenue, Langford will provide 40 new, affordable housing units for low-income urban Indigenous families, Elders and seniors.
This modular housing project offers a place to call home to Indigenous individuals in Vancouver currently experiencing homelessness.
With the Katzie First Nation Housing Society, we’re building 43 new homes for Indigenous Youth, independent Elders and families on Katzie First Nation in Pitt Meadows. B.C. is the first province in Canada to invest provincial housing funds to build housing within a First Nation.
This six-storey, mixed-use development will create 80 units of affordable housing for low-income families and singles in need.
With our Indigenous housing partners, we’re planning to build more than 100 new, affordable rental homes for Indigenous residents as well as homes with supports for low-income adults at risk of homelessness in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES).