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Surrey - Peterson Place Supportive Housing

Project Overview

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 location – 13245 King George Boulevard - for additional supportive housing that would provide new homes for approximately 38 people in Surrey.

rendering of supportive housing for Person Place in Surrey
Status
Approved
Phase
In Development
Date of Completion
Summer 2020
Location
Surrey

About the Project

BC Housing and Fraserside Community Services Society are partnering to expand the site at 13245 King George Boulevard to build an additional 38 new studio homes with supports for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Fraserside is an experienced housing provider that currently manages 57 units of housing with 24/7 supports including health care on the property.

Supportive housing is a self-contained home with supports provided on-site, to ensure people can achieve and maintain housing stability. Supports include outreach workers, wellness checks, life skills training, employment assistance, connection and referral to community services and support groups. Residents have access to counselling, as well as health, mental health, and addiction recovery services.

Priority will be given to Surrey residents who meet the eligibility criteria. BC Housing and Fraserside will lead the resident selection process, in collaboration with local service providers. All new residents will pay rent and sign a program agreement and good neighbour agreement. A community advisory committee will be developed to support the successful integration of the new building and residents into the community, with representation from BC Housing, City of Surrey, Fraser Health, RCMP, local businesses, community organizations and community members.

This housing is an opportunity for people to leave the streets and shelter system for safe and stable housing, towards improved quality of life.

Process & Engagement

Public Information Meeting

A Public Information Meeting was held on Tuesday, March 19 from 5:30 to 7:00pm at the Ukrainian Orthodox Cultural Centre at 13512 108 Ave, Surrey. Representatives from BC Housing, Fraser Health, and Fraserside Community Services Society were on hand to present information and answer questions.

The poster boards from that meeting are available below:

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