Supportive Housing and Assisted Living

Last updated on November 15, 2023

BC Housing: Seniors’ Supportive Housing

Seniors’ Supportive Housing provides specially modified rental homes for low-income seniors and people with disabilities who need some assistance to live on their own.

Support services include 24-hour response, light housekeeping, meals, and social and recreational activities. For details and application information, visit:

Assisted Living and Residential Living Facilities

When B.C. seniors have health conditions and care needs that can no longer be managed safely in their own home, they have access to assisted living residences and residential care facilities that provide a range of services from personal care to 24-hour professional care and supervision.

For more information, see the Home and Community Care website's sections on:

More Housing Resources

Supports adults with developmental disabilities and their families to live as fully and independently as possible in their community

Offers long-term low-barrier supportive housing for business or homeless-at-risk who require support services to achieve successful tenancies and need safe, affordable housing.