|Financial assistance for home modifications that improve accessibility and promote safe and independent living.||Low-income person with a permanent disability or diminished ability, living in own home or in market rental accommodation. If you are a tenant living in market rental accommodation, your landlord will need to apply on your behalf.|
|Shelter Aid For Elderly Renters (SAFER)||Monthly cash payments to subsidize rent||Minimum 60 years of age, pay more than 30% of gross monthly income towards rent, meet citizenship requirements and have lived in BC for the full 12 months preceding application.|
|Assisted Living||Housing with supports, middle option between home care and residential care||
Admissions are the responsibility of local health authority. To learn more about assisted living opportunities in your community, contact your local health authority for assessment.
|Seniors' Supportive Housing||24-hour response, light housekeeping, meals, social & recreational activities in specially modified rental homes||Low-income seniors and people with disabilities who need some assistance in order to continue to live independently.|
|Seniors' Rental Housing||Long-term housing with both rent geared to income and affordable rental options available||Minimum 55 years of age or a person with disabilities, must permanently reside in British Columbia when applying, and have a gross household income below the program income threshold.|
|Subsidized Housing||Long-term housing with rent geared to income||Minimum 55 years of age or a person with disabilities, must permanently reside in British Columbia when applying, and have a gross household income below the program income threshold.|
If any of the following also applies, there may be further programs available: