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Bob Currie Place, Brewster House, and Rosehill Apartments are among the housing options available

Columbian Centre provides housing and community-based support services for approximately 30 individual adults who have psychiatric disabilities in five separate residences. All referrals come through Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) Adult Mental Health and Addiction Services. Many of our residents have addictions in addition to a mental illness. We address this issue in all our housing projects using a recovery-based psychosocial model. Residents’ length of stay is based upon each person’s recovery process.

Gateway House (Formerly Columbia House) is a ten-bed, fully staffed and licensed residential facility. It offers a therapeutic, integrative and empowering life skills program that assists individuals to achieve their personal goals.

Bob Currie Place provides eight residents with an enhanced supported semi-independent living program. Support workers and a case manager provide on-going support.

K.C House provides five residents with a semi-independent living program. The residents carry out daily living activities. A case manager and support workers provide support, assistance and encouragement.

Brewster House provides five residents with a semi-independent living program. The residents carry out daily living activities. A case manager and support workers provide support, assistance and encouragement.

Rosehill Apartments is a four-plex where residents can live independently in their own one-bedroom apartment. The housing units are subsidized through BC Housing. Some personal support is available.

To find out more about our programs and services, please contact us.