Delta House accommodates four young adults with serious and persistent mental illness. We provide residents the opportunity to live in a stabilized home with support so they can successfully live independently.

We help residents build on their strengths and skills to encourage self-sufficiency. We support residents to maintain and develop family and community supports. Two years is the maximum stay at Delta House.

Admission Criteria

All residents will:

  • Be between the ages of 19 and 30 years of age
  • Have a diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness with or without a co-occurring disorder
  • Have an open file at Delta Mental Health Services and Addictions
  • Have a source of income to meet rental requirements (e.g., Private or MEIA)
  • Be stabilized on medication and able to self administer medications
  • Be able to function without continuous 24 hour supervision
  • Have or agree to obtain a yearly bus pass if eligible
  • Agree to enter into a tenancy agreement with Fraserside Community Services

Referral Process

All referrals are made through the Community Residential Program (CRP) Coordinator at Delta Mental Health and Substance Use Services. Contact the Coordinator at 604-592-3700.

For more information about Delta House, contact the Program Supervisor at 604-961-7795.

Bridging program

The Fraserside Bridging program is a Supported Independent Living program located in North Delta within short walking distance of a licensed residential facility, Crestlene Lodge.

The Bridging program provides the opportunity for Crestlene Lodge residents to move into nearby market rental accommodation for more independent living. Residents retain the option of engaging with Crestlene staff and residents for support and activities as well as physician visits.

The Bridging program is integrated with Fraserside’s Delta House program.