Post Treatment Transitional Housing

Transitional housing is designed for individuals who are ready to take the next step, have completed a structured recovery program for at least three months, are motivated to implement their own education and employment plans or are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Transitional housing provides a safe, structured, affordable, post-treatment transition housing program and a supportive, empowering community for both men and women.

This is available at the Phoenix Centre, Quibble Creek Centre and Rising Sun Villas. Individuals can be offered to stay for up to two years.

This unique housing program sits within a hub of integrated employment and education assistance, leisure, recreation and volunteer opportunities. The 98 furnished studio-style units are nested in a supportive learning community designed to empower residents to reach their recovery goals.

The Phoenix Transition Housing Program at the Quibble Creek Centre is a Provincial Homelessness Initiative developed in partnership with BC Housing.

The Phoenix Society fosters a healthy community free of substance misuse where participants are able to:

  • Feel valued as community members and actively engaged in recovery & growth.
  • Realize their strengths and potential deserving of good health, free of substance misuse.
  • Thrive in a positive learning community while experiencing reciprocal and positive human relationships.

More Information

For more information or to tour of the Transition Housing program, please call the Phoenix Transition Housing Program Admissions Office at 604.951.1122, option “1”.


Transitional housing is located in all buildings, Rising Sun Villas, Quibble Creek, and Phoenix Center.

Our goal is to offer meaningful connections and sustainable solutions to the problems of addiction and homelessness in the community.