June 16th, 2019

Come on out and have some fun. Support Long term addiction recovery services in the South Okanagan.

Bring your lawn chairs and beach towels, the waterpark will be open.



May 11th, 2019

Come and help us celebrate our 12 years of Discovery House with our Tribute to Mothers. The evening will include fine food, beautiful music, and inspiring speakers.

Discovery House Recovery Soup Is Good Food Lunch Fundraiser

On April 12th, we celebrated the last of day of another successful season at the Discovery House annual "Soup Is Good Food Lunch Fundraiser". Thanks for all those who came out to support these very important events for us and the community at large. Stay tuned for more information about next year's events.

Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Apr 12 2019.
March 8th, 2019
March 15th, 2019
March 22nd, 2019
March 29th, 2019
April 5th, 2019
April 12th, 2019

Support one great cause with the best lunch deal around.  Thanks for all those who continue to come out to support these very important events for us and the community at large.

Discovery House - Fall Harvest Dinner

2965 S. Main Street, Penticton, BC

October 27th, 2018

Come enjoy a delicious dinner catered by: Cheffie of The Edge Bistro. Hear some inspiring stories of those who have overcome addiction and are living healthy productive lives in recovery.

September 16th, 2017

Discovery House: 6th Annual Golf Tournament. Have fun, Win Amazing Prizes, Support a Great Cause!

The Event will include 9 Holes of Golf at St Andrews By The Lake Golf Course with a fabulous Dinner, a silent auction, and door prizes!

“I was literally living and walking in hell on earth everyday,” said Anthony Brown. “I was just pissed off at everybody and everything. I ran away from my foster homes, I ran away from high school, I was picked on and then I became one of those people who picked on others. It was the very bottom, something I was not going to get out of alive... I was already dead inside.”

Fortunately, one day he connected with the Discovery House, a men’s rehab unit funded in part by the United Way. READ MORE


So it’s not a surprise the 38-year-old Penticton man hugs his little 10-month-old daughter Etta just a little tighter than when they were a family together not so long ago.

McKenzie now lives at Discovery House where he has spent several months slaying the demons who brought his soul to the very depths of hell.

At rock bottom, his very life literally hung in the balance when he tried to end his pain for good. READ MORE