Modular Supportive Housing Resident Outcomes

Resident Outcomes Report Overview

An evaluation of the outcomes for modular supportive housing residents is underway across the province. The reports provide results on resident well-being, interactions with neighbours, physical health and more.

Outcomes Summary Report

This interim report highlights key outcomes for residents of the first seven modular supportive housing developments, six months after the buildings opened in 2018. These developments are located in Vancouver and Surrey, B.C.

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Aneki Housing Report

BC Housing has undertaken a review of the outcomes for residents of modular supportive housing units across the province six months after building opening. This report highlights key outcomes for residents of Aneki Housing for Women in Vancouver, B.C. Aneki provides 39 units for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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Chartrand Place Report

BC Housing has undertaken a review of the outcomes for residents of modular supportive housing units across the province six months after building opening. This report highlights key outcomes for residents of Chartrand Place in Vancouver, B.C. Chartrand provides 39 units for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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3.73 MB

Reiderman Residence Report

BC Housing has undertaken a review of the outcomes for residents of modular supportive housing units across the province six months after building opening. This report highlights key outcomes for residents of Reiderman Residence in Vancouver, B.C. The two-building Reiderman provides 77 units for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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3.49 MB

Sarah Ross House Report

BC Housing has undertaken a review of the outcomes for residents of modular supportive housing units across the province six months after building opening. This report highlights key outcomes for residents of Sarah Ross House in Vancouver, B.C. Sarah Ross provides 52 units of housing for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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3.97 MB

Surrey Temporary Modular Buildings Report

BC Housing has undertaken a review of the outcomes for residents of modular supportive housing units across the province six months after building opening. This report highlights key outcomes for residents of Nancy Gerard Building, Steve Cobon Building and Nickerson Place in Surrey, B.C. The Surrey modular buildings provide a total of 161 units for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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5.88 MB

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