Tenant programs provides information on a variety of programs available to public housing tenants, including: community and social activities, youth work experience and health and social support.
Maintenance & emergencies provides contact information in case of emergencies for public housing tenants.
Tenant handbook is available to all public housing tenants to answer basic questions about living in subsidized housing.
If you are a public housing resident and have a question, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
BC Housing owns and manages 7,800 units of public housing throughout the province. These buildings provide subsidized housing for lower income families, people with disabilities and seniors.
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“I enjoy working with the youth. I get to share my skills and tips and encourage them to have the kind of work ethic they will need to get into the work force.”
“She’s been a gymnast for about six or seven years now.”
The art program was a great way to get us out of our apartments and to socialize.