The Province, through BC Housing, works with partners to provide social housing. Social housing is a housing development that government subsidizes and that either government or a non-profit housing partner owns and/or operates.
In addition to social housing the Province also provides rent supplements for low-income working families with children and low-income seniors.
Supportive housing is a type of social housing with on-site support and services.
Social housing and rent supplements are part of the Province's larger housing affordability strategy.
The content on this website is periodically reviewed and updated by the Province of British Columbia as per the date noted on each page: January 26, 2018.