The BC RAHA program is now accepting applications. BC RAHA is allocated on a first come, first served basis with priority given to complete applications. The program will close on March 31, 2024, or sooner if funds have been exhausted. Find answers to common questions about the BC-RAHA program.
The BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations (BC RAHA) program provides financial help in the form of rebates to eligible low-income households to complete home adaptations for independent living.
Homeowner Eligibility and Application
As a homeowner, you may be eligible for BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations (BC RAHA) help if you or someone in your household has permanent disability or loss of physical abilities and you meet all the application requirements.
Landlord & Tenant Eligibility and Application
Tenants and landlords may also apply to the BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations program if the tenant has a disability or permanent loss of physical ability and all other requirements are met.
Find out if your home is eligible for the BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations program (BC RAHA).
Adaptations need to directly address the permanent disability or loss of ability of the homeowner, tenant or household member. Find out what modifications are eligible.
Occupational Therapist or Physical Therapist Assessment for Home Adaptations
Some home adaptations need an assessment from either an Occupational Therapist (OT) or a Physical Therapist (PT).
Approved assistance will be a rebate. Once your application is approved, you will have 180 days to complete the work from the date of written approval.
BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations (BC RAHA) Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to common questions about the BC Rebate for Accessible Home Adaptations (BC RAHA) program