The Key to Home campaign was created by Community Living BC (CLBC) and Inclusion BC and follows through on the 2018 Inclusive Taskforce plan to increase access to inclusive housing.
The Kettle Advocacy Service provides mental health consumers with information, support and representation to resolve income, housing and some family law problems. Advocacy Services staff assist individuals to access necessary income supports, disability benefits, debt relief programs and mental health supports and provide information and representation to individuals on residential tenancy and child protection matters. Other Kettle programs include a Mental Health Drop-In Centre, Housing Assistance, On-site Health Clinic, and Outreach Services. Service is on a Drop-In basis – no appointment is necessary.
Women’s Transition Houses, Safe Homes & Second Stage Housing
Transition Houses provide: Emotional support and crisis intervention Safe, temporary shelter with 24/7 staffing Help in accessing housing, child care, schooling, parenting support and financial, medical and legal assistance. Safe Homes are located in small, remote areas and provide shorter-stay support and crisis intervention. Second Stage Housing provides longer-term housing following a stay in a Transition House or Safe Home.
Lookout Housing and Health Society
Lookout Housing and Health Society is a non-profit charitable organization established in 1971. We offer a range of programs, housing and health solutions to vulnerable adults living with multiple challenges.
BC Supportive Housing for Seniors and People with Disabilities
There are two programs available to seniors and people with disabilities who need support to continue living independently. Seniors Supportive Housing provides housing for those individuals who need some assistance, while Assisted Living is for individuals who require more assistance, but not 24-hour institutional care.
The Rental Assistance Program provides eligible low-income, working families with cash assistance to help with their monthly rent payments. To qualify, families must have a gross household income of $35,000 or less, have at least one dependent child, and have been employed at some point over the last year.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S – Housing Service
In collaboration with BC Housing and City of Vancouver respectively, we are the … of homelessness and those with disabilities who struggle to make ends meet .
TENANT RESOURCE & ADVISORY CENTRE
TRAC’s purpose is to promote the legal protection of residential tenants across British Columbia by providing information, education, support and research on residential tenancy matters.
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Recovering and Returning Home After a Natural Disaster
When a natural disaster strikes, survival is often the first priority for many people, and rightly so. High winds, floodwaters, and wildfires are all incredibly dangerous for those stuck in their wrath. However, the dangers that these natural disasters present don’t always end when the storm moves on, the waters calm, or the last smouldering ember is snuffed out.
It’s important to understand what you should do in the event of a natural disaster, but it’s equally important to understand what you should do when you return home after a natural disaster. These events can sometimes leave lasting threats in or around your home, and knowing what you might encounter and how to respond to it is a necessity for anyone who is recovering from a natural disaster.