Accessing Housing and Supports
The Province of British Columbia, through BC Housing, is committed to addressing homelessness and providing a range of housing and support options to ensure individuals and families most in need have access to safe, secure housing. Check out the following programs to find out more:
Homeless Outreach Program - Connecting individuals living on the streets to housing and support services.
Aboriginal Homeless Outreach Program - Connecting Aboriginal people living on the streets to housing and support services.
Emergency Shelter Program - Providing funding to homeless shelters and drop-in centres to provide temporary shelters and access to support services.
Extreme Weather Response Program - Enabling communities to temporarily increase emergency shelter capacity during extreme weather.
Women's Transition Housing & Supports
Women's Transition Housing & Supports - Providing women at risk of violence with access to safe shelter / housing and support services.
The Province provides a range of supportive housing options for individuals with complex challenges or care needs, such as those at risk of homelessness or frail seniors, with the housing and integrated support services necessary to live independently. Check out the Supportive Housing page for more information on the range of programs available.
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