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The Mustard Seed is excited to partner with the City of Grande Prairie to provide vital supportive housing to those who are experiencing poverty and homelessness in the community. Cedar Point is a permanent supportive housing building offering residents stable, safe, affordable housing with wrap-around supports. Supportive housing helps residents maintain their housing, reducing the volume of homelessness and related issues in the city and creating a safer, vibrant community for all residents.

Cedar Point adopts an innovative approach to supportive housing by choosing a location designed for supporting residents with various services, healthcare, food, inclusive Indigenous and multi-cultural spaces, and recreation—all in one place. These comprehensive supports and services help residents sustain their housing, making Cedar Point a long-term, recovery-orientated housing solution in the community.

Cedar Point offers 63 supportive housing units that provide permanent homes for people exiting chronic homelessness. Supportive housing is not a shelter; residents sign a lease and pay rent. Residents are provided 24/7 access to onsite wellness and social supports assisting individuals in achieving and maintaining stable housing.

"The Mustard Seed is both humbled and excited to be selected by the City of Grande Prairie to work with this amazing community. We look forward to building strong partnerships in the community and working together to support those who have experienced homelessness,"

Katie Kitschke, Senior Director of Affordable Housing & Property Management at The Mustard Seed.

Who is The Mustard Seed

The Mustard Seed is a Christian non-profit organization that has been caring for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty since 1984. Operating in six cities across Alberta and British Columbia, The Mustard Seed is a supportive haven where people can have their physical, mental, and spiritual needs met and grow toward greater health and independence.

We have been an agent of change for four decades thanks to our donors, volunteers, and support from the community.

Learn more about The Mustard Seed