Complex care housing in Fraser Health is part of the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions’ initiative to support people at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Health care, social services and non-profit housing providers will deliver wrap-around care for adults 19 and older living with overlapping mental health and/or substance use challenges and other health needs.
Complex care housing provides a cross-section of health services, integrated into one team. The team meets people where they are and works with people to support them in ways they feel would serve them best.
Services are delivered seven days-a-week. The programming is culturally responsive, utilizes a harm reduction approach and is inclusive of personal choices, natural supports and diverse cultures and lifestyles.
Key features of complex care housing support may include:
- Medication management support
- Psychosocial rehabilitation supports
- Indigenous-specific services
- Recreational and leisure activities
- Life skills support and skill development
- Harm reduction approach
- Social Workers
- Occupational Therapist
- Health care workers
- Peer support workers
- Access to Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine support
Fraser Health communities with complex care housing
- Maple Ridge
- New Westminster
- Chilliwack, 2024
- Learn more information about complex care housing
- Government of B.C. fact sheet
- Fraser Health complex care housing, Abbotsford site fact sheet
- Fraser Health complex care housing, Surrey site fact sheets
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional types of supportive and subsidized housing are available through BC Housing.
Supportive housing is housing that provides on-site supports for single adults, seniors and people with disabilities at risk of or experiencing homelessness. For more information about accessing supportive housing, visit the BC Housing site.
For more information about the mental health and substance use services available in our region, please visit: