Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions was on hand to support The Pandora Supervised Consumption Centre which officially opens on June 18, 2018. Island Health is partnering with Lookout Housing and Health Society whose harm reduction staff will provide supervision and education to ensure safer drug consumption, deliver crisis intervention and manage harm
We are pleased to report that on March 27, 2018 Minister Selina Robinson, City of Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun, and Lookout Society Chief Executive Officer Shayne Williams gathered to formally announce the development of a new Modular Housing building with 44 units, which will be operated by Lookout Society. The new building will be located
On March 13th, Island Health officially announced that Lookout Housing and Health Society will provide integrated Harm Reduction services and supervised consumption services (SCS) in Victoria. Currently undergoing renovations, the Island’s first approved public supervised consumption site will be situated at the Pandora Wellness Centre, which is scheduled to open in Spring 2018. After a
On January 12th, City of Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner along with BC Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Selina Robinson, announced BC government plans to build three temporary modular-housing projects in Surrey this spring, for a total of 160 living units. The homes will be operated by Lookout Housing and Health Society. “Today’s announcement addresses
We are pleased to announce that on June 28, 2017 The Lookout Housing and Health Society (Lookout) and Mood Disorders Association of British Columbia (MDABC) finalized approvals to merge the two societies. As part of this amalgamation, MDABC will retain its name and brand as a collection of mental health programs to the Lookout Society.
We are pleased to announce that on May 26, 2017, Health Canada approved the operation of four new supervised consumption sites across Canada, two of which are operated by Lookout. The two sites, located in Vancouver at the Powell Street Getaway and in Surrey at 135 A Street, currently offer overdose prevention services. With this