Canadian Mental Health Association for the Kootenays provides safe and affordable housing for low to moderate income families, seniors, and vulnerable populations to help them stay in their community, close to family and friends.
If you are interested in any of our housing programs, please apply online through the BC Housing Registry.
The Peter Johnson Complex
The Peter Johnson Complex in Cranbrook is comprised of 18 one-bedroom housing units intended for low to moderate income older adults. These units are operated on a cost recovery basis and monthly rents have been established at market or low end of market rates. Tenant applicant monthly rent values are determined, as either market or low end of market, based on income thresholds and other specified eligibility criteria.
Abbott Gardens and Gatehouse Gardens
Located in Cranbrook and Kimberley these apartments accommodate a variety of tenant groups by making available traditional housing and support services for low income singles. This housing is primarily focused on accommodating people with disabilities who are able to live independently.
Sonja’s Gardens and Molnar Gardens
These family housing complexes in Cranbrook and Golden include one, two and three bedroom townhouses. Rent is based on family income levels and is augmented by subsidies made available through BC Housing.
Baker Gardens and Crestbrook Garden
Baker Garden is a 36 unit housing complex in Cranbrook and Crestbrook Gardens is a 24 unit housing complex in Creston that are specifically designed for low to moderate income seniors and people with disabilities
This building is located in Trail and is home for seven highly independent adults with mental health needs. Residents receive one meal a day through Silver City Gardens and are provided with light housekeeping assistance.
The first of four housing complexes located in Castlegar, Riverview Court encompasses 28 residential units for low income families and individuals.
Located in Castlegar, Maranatha Court is a housing development of 34 residential units for low income families and individuals.
Pineridge Court, also located in Castlegar, contains 14 residential units for low income families and individuals.
The final Castlegar property is Rosewood Manor. This housing development offers 10 residential units for low income seniors who are able to live independently.