Coordinated Care Campus

Coordinated Care Campus

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The Coordinated Care Campus is a community supportive housing facility designed to address chronic homelessness in the community. Approved in 2021 as a Rapid Housing Initiative, the Coordinated Care Campus will see a former hotel and conference center converted into supportive housing units and municipal offices. 

Grande Prairie has a strongly identified need for community supportive housing based on the Grande Prairie Five Year Plan to End Homelessness (2015-2019), Affordable Housing Action Plan (2021-2022), and Homelessness Strategy (2021-2023).

Community Supportive Housing helps residents maintain their housing, reducing the volume of homelessness and related issues in the city and creating a safer, vibrant community for all residents.

About the Facility

The facility is taking an innovate approach to supportive housing by selecting a purpose-built location to co-locate residents with service providers, healthcare supports, food, designated inclusive Indigenous and multi-cultural spaces (smudging/prayer/activities/crafts), and recreation all within one site. These wrap-around services provide the supports necessary for the residents to sustain their housing, making the Care Campus a long-term housing solution in the community. 

Additionally, the site is designed to be conducive to social enterprise and employment opportunities and has office and programming space for social service organizations.

The Care Campus is made valuable through valued community partnerships.

To learn more about what Community Supportive Housing is, click here.

 

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