Keeping People Housed Walk-In Sessions

Starting August 29, SCSSS will be holding drop-in information sessions every Wednesday afternoon for people interested in learning more about the Keeping People Housed program.

Keeping People Housed - Information SessionsKeeping People Housed is a loan program to help members of the community with unexpected and temporary crises for rental arrears or essential utilities and re-payment is made monthly through your bank account. The program is made possible in part from Sunshine Coast Credit Union, the Co-Operators and Sunshine Coast Community Services.

A pre-assessment is required to determine eligibility to proceed with an application package. To apply for the loan, documentation required includes proof of income, proof of I.D., proof of residency and a bank account. Please see complete eligibility and necessary document information by CLICKING HERE

For those seeking resources and support for the Keeping People Housed program, walk-ins are welcome every Wednesday from 1pm - 3pm at our Inlet office (5638 Inlet Ave., Sechelt).

Every Wednesday
1pm - 3pm
5638 Inlet Ave., Sechelt

For more information, please contact Andrea Hobbs at ahobbs@sccss.ca


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About Keeping People Housed Program

Keeping People Housed is a loan program to help members of the community with unexpected and temporary crises for rental arrears or essential utilities. The program is made possible in part from Sunshine Coast Credit Union, the Co-Operators and Sunshine Coast Community Services.