RICHMOND – Safe and supportive homes opening soon will give people experiencing homelessness in Richmond the opportunity to recover and support the overall health of the community.
BURNABY - Seniors in need of affordable rental housing in Burnaby now have access to 145 new homes that will allow them to live independently and stay connected to their community.
COURTENAY - With the opening of The Junction, a 46-unit supportive housing project in the community, people experiencing homelessness in Courtenay will have a safe and secure place to call home.
SECHELT - Forty people experiencing homelessness will soon have a place to call home, with wraparound supports to help them get back on their feet and a chance to rebuild their lives in their community.
ABBOTSFORD - New modular homes with around-the-clock staffing and services in Abbotsford will offer hope to people experiencing homelessness.
PRINCE GEORGE - New housing set to open in Prince George means that 28 people with mental-health and addictions challenges will get the supports they need within their own homes at rental rates they can afford.
KAMLOOPS – People experiencing homelessness in the area will soon have permanent modular homes with around-the-clock staffing and wrap-around supports in the aptly named Spero House or “house of hope.”
CHILLIWACK - Safe, warm homes are on the way for people experiencing homelessness as a new supportive housing project opens in Chilliwack.
VERNON - A new, secure permanent shelter for people experiencing homelessness, opening this week, will offer people the support they need to begin to regroup.
COLWOOD - Affordable homes are within reach for families, seniors and people with disabilities as a redevelopment brings 82 new rental homes to the community.