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BC Housing is working in collaboration with the City of Burnaby on a proposal to build approximately 52 units of supportive housing at 3986 Norland Avenue. BC Housing would develop the housing and Progressive Housing Society would operate it and provide around-the-clock support to tenants.
Trethewey: Under construction
The City of Chilliwack and BC Housing are partnering to create up to 92 units of supportive housing at two locations that will be operated by RainCity Housing.
BC Housing, Fraser Health, and Pacific Community Resources Society are partnering to create a 20-bed recovery facility for Fraser Valley youth aged 13 to 18 years old.
The City of Courtenay and BC Housing are partnering to build up to 46 units of supportive housing that will be operated by The John Howard Society of North Island.
BC Housing and The Town of Gibsons are working on a plan for 40 permanent homes with supports for people who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness at 739-749 School Road in Gibsons.
The City of Grand Forks and BC Housing are partnering to build up to 34 units of supportive housing at 7382 2nd Street.
We are partnering with the City of Kamloops to build up to 58 units of supportive housing that will be operated ASK Wellness Society.
BC Housing has purchased land at 2025 Agassiz Road to develop permanent housing with supports for Kelowna residents who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
BC Housing, through the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation, has purchased the property at 280 McIntosh Road in Kelowna. In response to an urgent need for more affordable housing in the community, we will be developing up to 50 studio homes with supports for Kelowna residents who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
BC Housing has submitted an application to rezone 6465-201 Street for conversion to 49 units of supportive housing and programming space, operated by Stepping Stone Community Services Society; and an office for a new Integrated Case Management (ICM) team, managed by Langley Community Services Society and Fraser Health.
Given the urgent need for more supportive housing in Maple Ridge, BC Housing will move forward on 51 new temporary supportive homes at 11749 Burnett Street for people experiencing homelessness in the community.
BC Housing has opened 53 units of temporary supportive housing on Royal Crescent for people experiencing homelessness in Maple Ridge.
BC Housing and the City of Nanaimo are working together to respond to an urgent need for housing in the community, including for those at the 1 Port Drive encampment. We will be providing approximately 170 units of temporary supportive housing as a short-term solution until a permanent housing solution is available.
The City of New Westminster and BC Housing are partnering to create up to 44 units of supportive housing for women that will be operated by the Elizabeth Fry Society.
BC Housing, in partnership with Island Crisis Care Society, the Oceanside Task Force on Homelessness, the Regional District of Nanaimo, and the City of Parksville, will develop property at 222 Corfield Street South with modular (factory-built) housing with supports.
The City of Penticton and BC Housing are partnering to build 62 units of supportive housing at 594 and 600 Winnipeg Street that will be operated by ASK Wellness Society.
BC Housing, Vancouver Coastal Health, and the City of Powell River are partnering to create 40 units of permanent modular supportive housing for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
BC Housing, North Coast Transition Society, and the City of Prince Rupert are partnering to create 36 units of permanent modular supportive housing for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The Elliott Street Supportive Housing project proposes to build a supportive housing development on the vacant land on the 300 block of Elliott Street in Quesnel. This will include 30 self-contained units of supportive housing and four units of support recovery, which will be operated by the Quesnel Shelter and Supports Society.
The City of Richmond and BC Housing are partnering to build 40 units of supportive housing that will be operated by RainCity Housing.
BC Housing purchased property at Hightide Avenue and Lamprey Lane in Sechelt with the intent to develop 40 units of supportive housing for individuals experiencing, or most at risk of experiencing, homelessness.
As of December 2017, the shelter in Sechelt has been temporarily relocated from St. Hilda’s church to the Upper Deck Hostel. The District has indicated its resolve to address the need for emergency shelter through a full public process to be completed by summer 2018.
Surrey is in a housing crisis and over 600 people across the city are experiencing homelessness. As part of the ongoing work to address this crisis, BC Housing has identified a potential location – 13245 King George Boulevard - for additional supportive housing that would provide new homes for approximately 38 people in Surrey.
Phase I: Occupancy; Phase II: Site Search
The City of Surrey, BC Housing, Fraser Health, and community agencies are working together to address the city’s urgent need for housing with supports for people experiencing homelessness.
BC Housing, in partnership with the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Coastal Health, will address housing and health needs through a proposed mixed-use development on city-owned land at 1636 Clark Drive and 1321-1395 East 1st Avenue in Vancouver.
BC Housing is planning to build 21 units of housing with supports for First Nations, Metis, and Inuit women, at the 800 block of Hillside Avenue in Victoria.