PDSCL currently operates Compass Centre, Compass House and Compass Court.
PDSCL provides on-site staff 24/7 for support services, meals, and other wellness services at this all encompassing site.
Tony Laing, CEO, Penticton and District Society for Community Living (PDSCL)
“The first step to helping people with homelessness is providing safe and secure housing. This much-needed, affordable supportive housing is key to helping our most vulnerable citizens. Our community will also benefit from the new, larger Compass House Shelter."
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