SPCRS Celebrates Opening of New Supported Housing Program

New residents start moving into the newly built My Home Place in Dawson Creek

New safe and secure homes with around-the-clock supports are now open for people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness in Dawson Creek, following the opening of a new supportive housing building in the community.

Located at 1024 – 1036 104 Ave., My Home Place is a high quality, three-storey, permanent modular building with 32 self-contained studio homes, including two accessible units. Each home has a kitchenette and washroom. The building also has communal laundry and dining rooms and a commercial kitchen.

BC Housing and SPCRS have worked together to identify those who are experiencing homelessness locally, have evaluated their support needs and developed a support plan to prepare them as they move into their new homes. We are looking forward to seeing the positive impact this will have for the people of our community.

Full article on the BC Government Website

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