Funding that will help you find or upgrade your home!
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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
Provides repayable loans to households who are late in paying rent or behind in paying essential utilities. A loan can also help people with their first month’s rent, and security or pet deposit. Loans are interest free and are repayable over 6 to 24 months.
Helps British Columbians find rebates and financing to save energy and lower greenhouse gas emissions
Canada's national housing agency. Find general info on housing.
Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL) is 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
Provides financial assistance in the form of a grant to eligible low-income households to complete home adaptations for independent living. The adaptations should directly address the disability or diminished ability of the homeowner, tenant, or household member.
Descriptions of and links to detailed information about the types of publicly subsidized home and community care services offered through BC’s health authorities
Provides portable rent supplements and support services to individuals in identified at-risk groups facing homelessness
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
This grant reduces the property taxes seniors pay each year on their principal residence
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
A low interest loan program that allows persons with disabilities to defer paying property taxes on their principal residence
Fills a gap in housing for seniors (60+) by providing a furnished apartment in conjunction with tailored outreach services for homeless or at-risk seniors
Offers a wide range of housing and family support options for persons with intellectual disabilities, with each approach customized to the individual
If you or a family member is staying in Vancouver or Victoria for medical treatment, there are low-cost accommodations, that include the possibility of a long-term stay. In Vancouver, there are Easter Seals House and Ronald McDonald House, while Jeneece Place serves as a home away from home in Victoria.