Assisted Living Registry

Assisted living is semi-independent housing, with hospitality and assisted living services, for adults who require some support with their day-to-day needs, due to physical, health or mental health challenges or while in recovery for substance use.

This is a place to find resources if you are considering assisted living or if you are operating an assisted living residence.

Understanding Assisted Living and the Different Classes of Residences

Find out more about the 3 classes of assisted living residences in B.C. and criteria for being accepted into assisted living.

Finding an Assisted Living Residence

Find an assisted living residence across the province that meet your needs.

Opening or Operating an Assisted Living Residence

Opening or operating an assisted living residence has specific requirements, just like running any kind of business. Here are all the resources you need to register and operate an assisted living residence.

Making a Complaint about an Assisted Living Residence

Anyone with a concern about the health or safety of a resident can make a complaint to the assisted living registrar.

Assisted Living Registrar and Registry

Operators need to be registered to operate an assisted living residence. The registrar registers residences and regulates operations to promote and promote the health and safety of residents.

Inspection Reports and Complaints

Ensuring the safety of residents in assisted living is paramount.  Find the results of investigations that may help guide your decisions about where to live.