Hours of Service
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday service available
Community and home-based services, which build on the strengths of individuals living with mental health issues, supporting them in maintaining their independence and realizing their potential
There are two Outreach Programs: Community Living Support Program and Semi-Independent Living Program
The Community Living Support Program provides community support to individuals living with mental health issues. Clients are supported by outreach workers to achieve increased independence in managing their daily activities through the provision of education, training and by increasing client’s stability in their community.
The Semi-Independent Living Program is a supported housing program that enables individuals with mental health issues to live independently in safe, affordable, self-contained living units. Clients are supported by outreach workers to achieve increased independence in managing their daily living activities to increase client’s ability within their community. Individuals in this program are eligible for a rent subsidy.
Must be 19 years of age or older and reside in Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows and diagnosed with a mental health issue, be a registered client of the Maple Ridge Mental Health Centre and in receipt of income assistance or other source of income, do not require 24 hour staffed residential care and in need of support services in order to live in a self-contained apartment within the community.
11907 – 228th Street, Maple Ridge V2X 8G8