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.

Supportive Housing Penticton

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.

All Supportive housing programs are staffed 24 hours per day to provide client-focused support on problem solving, safety, harm reduction, health navigation, and overall life skills. Participants can choose to take part in wellness planning, with a focus on their health, welfare, and safety.

All Supportive Housing is funded by BC Housing

For more information about Supportive Housing and to learn how to apply through the BC Housing Registry, Click Here

Burdock House

62 units on Winnipeg Street
This program includes a meal plan for participants, as well as access to a full time nurse who can assist with medication, wound treatment, and additional health navigation.


43 units located on Skaha Lake Road
This program supports individuals with a history of homelessness, mental health struggles, and/or substance misuse challenges.


54 units located on Skaha Lake Rd.
In partnership with Ooknakane Friendship Centre and BC Housing, this building offer recovery-focused supportive housing. Offering affordable, accessible studio apartments within a four-storey building.
The unique program at Snp̓aʔx̌tantn will also provide in-house access to substance use recovery counselling, Indigenous cultural supports, and vocational support.
Construction currently expected to conclude in summer 2022
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