Join us at the Co:Here topping off party on Friday, May 12th from 4:30pm to 7:30pm at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, 1803 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver. This is a free event. For more information and to let us know you are coming, click on this link: Co:Here Topping Off Party
Salsbury is looking for a Community Life and Residence Coordinator for Co:Here. If you are interested, please click on the attached job description for more information or go to www.salsburycs.ca. Application deadline is April 30, 2017. Community Life and Residence Coordinator Position
A year ago, Tim Dickau shared the story about Grandview Calvary Baptist Church (GCBC) and Co:Here at the Regent Exchange: Churches and The Housing Crisis. Watch the video by clicking here.
CMHC & BC Housing News Release: A new affordable housing development under construction in East Vancouver will increase options for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, while providing a unique approach to supportive housing.
Thank you to all who came to the Co:Here Neighbours Event on Saturday, April 30th. People from Co:Here, Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, Salsbury Community Society, Innovative Housing Consultants and Yellowridge Construction were pleased to meet you, listen to your comments and answer any questions you had.
Soon you will begin noticing construction activity at the south-west corner of East First Avenue and Victoria Drive. Co:Here is developing affordable housing considering not only the questions of affordability and support but that of isolation and disconnection between people.
By Cheryl Rossi, Vancouver Courier Salsbury Community Society doesnt want low-income residents of a housing project slated for East First Avenue and Victoria Drive to be mere clients in need of help. Johanna Suttor-Doerksen, community housing director for the non-profit society and registered charity, said the model of a service provider with knowledge, skills and expertise and a client in need can create barriers. Read the complete article here: Non-profit explains controversial supportive housing plan…