Our full directory is also available as a downloadable PDF. If we need to add something to the directory, let us know by sending an email to Spencer van Vloten
Also: Download our funding guide, an easy to navigate and extensive collection of funding opportunities:
An overview of inclusive housing for persons with developmental disabilities
This list provides the locations of assisted living residences that were built through and receive funding from the Independent Living BC program
Provides accommodation assistance to enable families to stay together when their child requires medical care at BC Children's Hospital or Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children
BC Housing develops, manages, and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options across the province
The BC Non-Profit Housing Association is the provincial umbrella organization for the non-profit housing sector comprised of over 600 members, including non-profit housing societies, businesses, individuals, partners, and stakeholders. Together non-profit housing societies manage more than 60,000 units of long-term, affordable housing in over 2500+ buildings across the province.
Provides housing and personalized support to individuals whose lives have been impacted by acquired brain injury. Care is offered within a cluster of seven homes, as well as within their eight suite apartment building in Nanaimo, BC. They also offer individually-based outpatient support to individuals living on their own in community.
Supports individuals with acquired brain injury and other disabilities through community housing, supported living, and community integration programs
A self-directed option for home support clients. CSIL clients receive funds directly from their local health authority to purchase home support services. Clients become employers who manage their home support, from hiring and supervising staff to overseeing how CSIL funds are spent.
People eligible under CLBC can be connected to housing resources and receive residential support in the form of supported living, shared living, or staffed residential living
A housing co-op is an organization incorporated under the Cooperative Association Act that provides housing to its members. Members purchase a share to join and elect directors to govern the co-op.
Find a co-op near you
A non-profit society, formed to bring families and organizations together to create affordable and inclusive housing for a multi-age range of adults with varying abilities
If you have a disability or you live with a relative who has a disability, your property is assessed at $1,525,000 or less, and you meet certain requirements, you may be eligible for an additional grant which reduces the amount of property taxes you pay each year on your principal residence
Descriptions of and links to detailed information about the types of publicly subsidized home and community care services offered through BC’s health authorities
A refundable personal in-come tax credit to assist with the cost of permanent home modifications that improve accessibility or help a senior be more functional or mobile at home
Welcoming persons who need a supportive home in the community by providing a range of services and forming a supportive network. Over 80 homes in the Fraser Valley.
A home away from home for members of our Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans, Emergency Services Personnel and their families to stay, completely free of charge, while they are receiving medical care and treatment in the Metro Vancouver area.
Off-reserve Indigenous Housing Providers housing is available to households and individuals with Indigenous Housing Providers ancestry, including status and non-status Indians, Métis and Inuit
Jeneece Place is a home away from home where children and their families can stay for substantially reduced cost while receiving medical care in Victoria.
Read the research on inclusive housing needs in BC and find resources for presenting to local governments to help open the door to inclusive housing in your community.
Building housing opportunities and inclusive communities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
The MSA Society for Community Living is committed to supporting adults with developmental disabilities to fully access and participate in their community. Offering home sharing, residential and day services, and family support.
A low interest loan program that allows persons with disabilities to defer paying property taxes on their principal residence
Provides a home-like care environment for young adults to live away from their parents and have the support they needed to lead fulfilling and independent lives
A free online tool that helps connect seniors and their family members with the services offered by BC’s leading operators of independent living, assisted living, long-term care, and home health care
Offers a wide range of housing and family support options for persons with intellectual disabilities, with each approach customized to the individual
Helps people with developmental disabilities flourish by creating loving homes and opportunities to grow within a secure and caring community
Find subsidized housing near you
Home share services for adults with developmental disabilities in the Sunshine Coast
Addresses the crisis in wheelchair accessible housing by matching affordable, accessible homes, and independent living support services with people who need them in the Lower Mainland
Provides community building programs and tenant support services for 133 vulnerable seniors and veterans living in the Downtown Eastside at the Veterans Manor