- Supported Housing promotes quality of life for all residents by encouraging independence, maximizing emotional/physical well-being, and enhancing social and community connections.
- Participants are supported in learning daily life skills and taking initiatives around developing and attaining personal goals.
- Internal program structure and routines are individualized and based on the strengths, abilities and needs of the individuals served.
Who Is Eligible?
Adults living with autism and developmental diversabilities.
How To Refer:
Referrals to Supported Housing are made through Community Living BC.
Click on the picture above to read the Adult Living Programs – Centennial House, Desmond House, and River House 2017 Program Impact Statement.