Phoenix Post Treatment Transitional Housing

Ready to take the next step? Consider transitional housing…

A safe, structured, affordable, post-treatment transition housing program — for both men and women — is available at the Phoenix Centre, Quibble Creek Centre and Rising Sun Villas.

A supportive, empowering community.

Have you completed a structured recovery program for at least three months? Are you motivated to implement your own education and employment plans? Are you homeless or at risk of becoming so?

This unique housing program sits within a hub of integrated employment and education assistance, leisure, recreation and volunteer opportunities. The 111 furnished studio-style units are nested in a supportive learning community designed to empower residents to reach their recovery goals.

Transitional housing stays of up to two years are offered.

Phoenix Centre counselor and participant meeting
A Phoenix participant socializing in teh TV lounge.
Resident in her kitchen unit

Residence life and community.

To qualify, applicants must:

  • Have attended outpatient counselling or a structured residential recovery program for at least three months and be homeless or at risk of homelessness
  • Be ready to implement a personal recovery plan with monthly reviews that include a:
    • concrete and detailed action plan for employment or education that you will implement while in the transitional housing program
    • recovery maintenance and relapse-prevention plan
    • financial management plan
    • plan for daily living: grocery shopping, budgeting, cooking, cleaning, laundry
    • health and physical fitness action plan
    • social and leisure time action plan
    • life/work balance action plan
    • plans to address your prioritized recovery needs
  • Be ready to commit to being supervised in a structured program
  • Have a demonstrated commitment to recovery-based living that may include prescribed medication and opiate replacement therapies as part of your overall recovery plan and/or prescribed medications providing you are under the supervision of the Phoenix Society’s sessional physician
  • Have an outpatient substance use counselor whom you see regularly
  • Have the skills and capabilities to live independently
  • Not experience chronic illness requiring daily medical supervision or home-care assistance or placement in a hospital, assisted living, nursing home, or rest home
  • Be able to complete the activities of daily living without assistance
  • Have documentation of current negative TB screen and/or chest x-ray within the last year
  • Be able to attend to good nutrition, exercise, recovery activities, medication management, rest, healthy social activities and financial management
  • Qualify for MHSD (income assistance) or a source of funding that allows for a minimum monthly rent of $375 per month if you are unemployed or $475 per month if you are employed.
  • Pay a damage deposit of $175


Substance use and mental health professionals may refer applicants to the program. Self-referrals are also welcome. Download the Transitional Housing application form.

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”.


The housing is located at 13670-94A Avenue in Surrey, adjacent to the Phoenix Centre.

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