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BC Housing develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options across the province. They work with the ministry responsible for housing to address critical gaps across the housing continuum, with range from emergency shelter and rent assistance in the private market to affordable home ownership. They also license residential builders, administer owner build authorization and carry out research and education that benefits the residential construction industry and consumers. BC housing works with about 800 housing providers and helps more than 104,000 households in 200 communities across British Columbia.
At CMHC, we are driven by our belief that everyone in Canada should have a roof over their head, and that a world-leading housing system can be the cornerstone of a thriving and inclusive society.
We work with community organizations, the private sector, non-profit agencies and all levels of government to contribute to the stability of the financial system, facilitate access for Canadians in housing need, and offer objective housing research and advice to governments, individuals and the housing industry.
The Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA) is a made in BC success story of collaboration with urban Aboriginal housing providers to advocate and deliver on province-wide housing commitments. With self-determination and a region-by-region approach, AHMA helps housing providers address their communities' unique needs. Their approach is agile and responsible to each member.
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization working with/for First Nations people but their doors & programs are open to everyone!
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Centre
The Kelowna Métis Family Services is also a non-profit organization working with Métis people. Interested in Elder, cultural or child events? Interested in becoming a board member?
Are you in need of Social Assistance or Disability Assistance?