Homeless Intervention Program is here

A Homeless Intervention Program, or HIP is aimed at providing folks in identified at risk groups facing homelessness with rent supplements and community based support services to help them access rental housing. 

Clients may be eligible for transition out of foster care, women fleeing abuse or at risk of violence, those recently leaving hospital or corrections systems, or those of aboriginal descent. 

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The HIP program is funded by BC Housing. Reach out to the HIP Outreach worker at 250-782-9174 or hipdc@spcrs.ca

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