Supportive Housing Coming to Sechelt
Forty people experiencing homelessness will soon have a place to call home, with wraparound supports to help them get back on their feet and a chance to rebuild their lives in their community.
“This project in Sechelt means that people in need will have the homes and supports they need to help them reconnect with their goals and hopes for a better life,” said Nicholas Simons, MLA for Powell River-Sunshine Coast. “It’s so encouraging to see communities of all sizes across British Columbia pulling in the same direction to deliver this much-needed housing.”
Located at 5656 Hightide Ave., the permanent housing project is a newly-completed three-storey modular apartment building. It features self-contained units with a kitchenette and washroom, including eight units designed for people with disabilities. The ground floor includes a commercial-grade kitchen, common dining area, laundry facilities and support-service rooms.
Read More: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2019MAH0066-000581