Open house at Mountain View Manor

Come in and take a tour of this beautiful building at our open house on Thursday November 22, 9 a.m. until 12 no

Mountain View Manor has 26 attractive ground level supportive housing suites, surrounded by beautiful grounds, and located in a quiet neighborhood near the Similkameen River in Keremeos.

This development has been operated by BC Housing for many years. Lower Similkameen Community Services Society (LSCSS) is pleased to announce that, as of October 1, our organization was awarded the responsibility to operate and manage this community.

Modifications and enhancements at Mountain View Manor to improve safety and accessibility include: low-threshold showers, grab bars in bathrooms, handrails in hallways, improved lighting for exits and corridors, and building fire safety systems. Each suite includes a fridge and stove; there are laundry facilities on-site.

Support services include a daily meal, weekly light housekeeping and laundry service for linens, 24-hour response, and social and recreational activities.

Lower Similkameen Community Services Society welcomes applications from seniors (55+) and persons with disabilities in Keremeos, Cawston, Hedley and Olalla. For more information please contact Coordinator Sarah Martin, 250 499 2352 ext 104.

Come in and take a tour of this beautiful building at our open house on Thursday November 22, 9 a.m. until 12 noon.


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