The Home Adaptations for Independence (HAFI) Program provides financial assistance in the form of a grant to eligible low-income households to complete home adaptations which will allow them to continue living independently in their home.
To be eligible, you must be a British Columbia resident with limited income and assets. You or someone in your household must have a permanent disability or loss of ability. The adaptations requested must support accessibility and promote continued safe and independent living.
Eligible households include Homeowners and joint applications from Tenants & Landlords.
If you’re eligible, you could receive a grant for up to $17,500 for eligible adaptations, calculated as follows:
- 100% grant for adaptations up to and including $15,000
- 50% cost share on an additional $5,000 of adaptations ($2,500 grant, $2,500 your portion)
The maximum total lifetime grant is $17,500 per household/unit (Effective for funding provided after April 1, 2019). For Tenant & Landlord applications, other restrictions apply.
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As funding is limited, fully completed applications with all supporting documents are reviewed on a first-come-first served basis. Effective April 2019, the HAFI Program has a lifetime funding maximum. Please take this into consideration when selecting which adaptations, you wish to have completed.