The ASK Wellness Society would like to acknowledge that our programs and facilities operate on Secwepemcúl'ecw, Nłeʔkepmx Tmíxʷ, and Syilx tmixʷ traditional and unceded territories.

Kamloops Homes

ASK Wellness Society believes in the Housing First principle, that all individuals have the right to safe and affordable housing. We assist those who are facing homelessness or at risk of homelessness in finding, securing, and maintaining suitable housing. ASK provides a range of housing options for individuals residing in the city of Kamloops.
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Housing Outreach & Crisis Funding

Located within the main Kamloops office at 433 Tranquille Rd, the Housing Outreach Team is here to work with community members who need support to maintain or find safe and secure housing. Through funding provided by BC Housing and local fundraising efforts, our Housing Outreach Workers can provide damage deposit assistance, funding for emergency repairs, funding for security deposits, and rent subsidies.
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Supportive Housing

The Supportive Housing facilities operated by the ASK Wellness Society provide vulnerable members of our community with safe and affordable housing. These programs also benefit the community by decreasing the need for community services (previously bylaw) to address issues involving these individuals when they are facing homelessness.
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Transitional Housing

The transitional housing facilities operated by the ASK Wellness Society are designed for individuals who have reached a certain level of stability and no longer require all elements of supportive housing. These individuals are preparing to transition out of housing with supports, but still require some assistance.
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Affordable and/or 55+ Housing

The ASK Wellness Society offers a wide range of affordable housing options for residents with low or moderate income in the City of Kamloops. This includes single/couples, family, and seniors housing facilities.
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Tenant Development

The Rapid Rehousing program is an initiative between ASK Wellness Society and Interior Health Authority’s Mental Health & Substance Use. A housing-first approach is taken in order to house some of the chronically homeless and those suffering from complex mental illnesses in our community.
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