Vancouver Supportive Housing

Modular style supportive housing building in the city of Vancouver.

Photo is an example of a modular style supportive housing building located on Ash St. in Vancouver.

Hundreds of new supportive homes proposed for people in Vancouver

The Province is partnering with the City of Vancouver on a proposal to build approximately 350 new permanent supportive homes. If approved, the permanent supportive homes will be built on City-owned land. Further details, including the locations of the sites will be announced in the coming months. As locations are announced, project partners will host information sessions to make sure neighbours and communities close to each of the sites are informed about the proposals and have an opportunity to ask questions and share their feedback. Information will be posted to this Let’s Talk page as it becomes available.

The new homes will be designed to ensure that they best meet the needs of residents and provide wraparound support services such as meals, access to community-based health care, life skills training and connection to employment opportunities. Once open, each of the projects will be managed by experienced non-profit housing operators who will be on site 24/7 and will work with Vancouver Coastal Health to ensure access to much-needed wellness services.


Photo is an example of a modular style supportive housing building located on Ash St. in Vancouver.

Hundreds of new supportive homes proposed for people in Vancouver

The Province is partnering with the City of Vancouver on a proposal to build approximately 350 new permanent supportive homes. If approved, the permanent supportive homes will be built on City-owned land. Further details, including the locations of the sites will be announced in the coming months. As locations are announced, project partners will host information sessions to make sure neighbours and communities close to each of the sites are informed about the proposals and have an opportunity to ask questions and share their feedback. Information will be posted to this Let’s Talk page as it becomes available.

The new homes will be designed to ensure that they best meet the needs of residents and provide wraparound support services such as meals, access to community-based health care, life skills training and connection to employment opportunities. Once open, each of the projects will be managed by experienced non-profit housing operators who will be on site 24/7 and will work with Vancouver Coastal Health to ensure access to much-needed wellness services.