Fire Rescue House

The Steve Perchyshyn Fire Rescue House is currently: Occupied

2016 Fire Rescue House Information-for-public
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WHAT IS THE FIRE RESCUE HOUSE?

THE STEVE PERCHYSHYN FIRE RESCUE HOUSE

The purpose of the Fire Rescue House is to provide temporary, transitional housing for families who lose their home to fire.
This is the first Fire Rescue House in Canada, where displaced families can be relocated after a fire. People who have experienced this trauma often find themselves living in temporary situations such as hotels or shelters, sometimes having to split up, which create additional distress. A serious consequence of not having a place to go, or if the arrangements are not suitable, is the delay of the healing process.
North End Housing Project provides a 3-bedroom unit complete with furniture, bedding and basic necessities for the family in crisis. The complex is also outfitted with a residential sprinkler system.

For availability info you can email,
general@nehp.ca