The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Vancouver Island (SSVP) provides 128 units of affordable, rent geared to income, seniors and supportive housing in the Capital Regional District. The Society does not maintain waitlists for any of the buildings.
Saint Vincent de Paul Centre
Located at 831 Yates street in Victoria, SSVP Centre provides 43 bachelor suites to at-risk individuals. When a vacancy occurs 15 of the units are filled through referrals from the CASH Program (Centralized Access to Supportive Housing) and the remaining suites are filled through the BC Housing Registry. The building was completed in 2001 and each unit is approximately 325 sq. ft. The appartments are subsidized by BC Housing and the tenant's rent is determined based on their income. The building maintains a Crime Free Housing Certification. The Vancouver Island Health Authority provides some ongoing operating funding that supports a full time resident support worker who assists in providing the tenants with life skill support and building a sense of community.
Located at 4353 West Saanich Road in Royal Oak this building was constructed in 2000 and provides independent housing for seniors 55 and over. A few of the units have the rents based at low end of market rents and those units are filled through local advertising. The remaining one bedroom units are subsidized by BC Housing and the tenants portion is determined based on their income. When a vacancy occurs in the rent geared to income units the tenants are selected through the BC Housing Registry.
Located at 4353 West Saanich Road in Royal Oak this building was constructed in the early 1980's and provides independent housing for seniors 55 and over. The rents are subsidized by BC Housing and the tenant portion is determined based on their income. When a vacancy occurs the tenants are selected through the BC Housing Registry.
Rosalie's Village is located at 4349 West Saanich Road in Royal Oak and consists of 42 affordable housing units in three buildings, one four-storey, 40,386 sq. ft. apartment building, and two four-unit townhouses. The units include 18 two-bedroom units for single mothers with children, 21 one-bedroom units for women and three emergency shelter units. Mary's Place is an on-site, 1709 sq. ft. licensed daycare for twelve infants to 36 months and 24 ages three to five children. The Village also has a community kitchen, and St. Ann's Centre for Women and Children provides on-site assistance through program agreements for the mothers. The support may include childcare, work training, life skills, emergency relief, vouchers for household goods and workshops and referrals. The overarching goal of Rosalie's Village is to support the mother's and children and to establish a plan for independence, and transition them into appropriate long term housing.
This building receives no ongoing funding from BC Housing and the tenant support is funded through donations from the community and the Society programs. When a vacancy occurs in the one-bedroom units the vacancy is filled locally. When a vacancy occurs in the family units the support worker in Rosalie's will reach out to referral agencies in Victoria and request applications.
The shelter units are managed by Burnside Gorge Community Centre. The Society provides the property management for these units and Burnside Gorge provides the support, intake and exit.
How to Apply
To register with the BC Housing Registry click the link here BC Housing Registry
To learn more about the Centralized Access to Supported Housing Registry (CASH) clink the link here CASH
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