Palmer Place

Palmer Place is a 24 unit permanent supportive housing for persons with developmental disabilities, and/or women with children who are in need of affordable housing. Palmer Place has partnered with the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society, and offers a safe environment with a life skills program offering workshops, crafts, and transportation. In May of 2013, a community garden was started for those with a green thumb and who enjoy eating the foods they grow.

Palmer Place in Campbell River


Address / Contact Info

280 Nikola Road Campbell River, BCV9W 6H9
Contact name: Wendy Hanaka

Phone Numbers

Phone: (250) 286-0391
Fax: (250) 286-3732

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

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This program was last updated on: 10 Feb 2023.