The new emergency shelter at 12040 Horseshoe Way offers 36 beds for men and women, with options for couples. The shelter is the result of a partnership between the City of Richmond, the Salvation Army, and BC Housing, and delivers much needed shelter spaces in Richmond. The facility also meets an immediate need for drop-in shelter spaces for women.
The new shelter was built to replace the former Salvation Army men’s shelter on Shell Road, which offered 10 beds for men only.Project partners
- The Salvation Army is continuing to manage the relocated shelter.
- The City of Richmond contributed the land valued at $6 million.
- The B.C. government provided $5.7 million for the new shelter as well as the ongoing operating budget.
- To learn more about The Salvation Army’s involvement in Richmond,
- To learn more about the City of Richmond’s Affordable Housing Strategy and actions on housing affordability.
- To learn more about services and supports for the homeless or those at risk of homelessness.
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