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.

Henry Leland House

Number Of Units: 28

Make of Rooms: 9 One Bedrooms, 19 Studios

Food Services: One monthly tenant meal

Staffing: Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Health Component: Access home health, case management, on-call assistance

Supports: MHASH for tenants, transportation, accompaniment to appointments, rare funding for health related items.

Description

Located on St. Paul Street, Henry Leland House offers 28 units of semi-supportive housing managed by the ASK Wellness Society. This unique facility caters to individuals who have achieved stability in their lives and now require minimal support to maintain it. Funded by BC Housing, Henry Leland House provides a stepping stone for residents who are transitioning towards independent living.

As a semi-supportive housing facility, Henry Leland House is tailored for individuals who have reached a certain level of stability and no longer require the full spectrum of supportive services. Residents here are preparing for the next phase of their journey towards independent living, while still benefiting from essential assistance as needed.

Our programs prioritize client-centered support, focusing on problem-solving, safety, harm reduction, health navigation, and essential life skills. Residents have the option to participate in wellness planning, with a dedicated emphasis on their health, welfare, and safety. Staff are available during regular business hours to provide assistance and guidance.

Eligibility for our transitional housing programs is based on individual assessments to ensure the best fit for each resident's needs and goals. For inquiries or further information, please contact our main office at 250-376-7558 EXT 0.

Henry Leland House operates with the support of BC Housing, enabling us to continue our mission of providing a supportive environment for individuals transitioning towards independent living within our community.

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