Get help finding affordable housing and find listings of housing options.

BC Housing
101-4555 Kingsway Burnaby BC V5H 4V8
Tel: 1-800-257-7756
BC Housing develops, manages, and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options in BC. Applying with BC Housing is a great solution to long term housing issues but wait times for a spot can be long.

Co-operative Housing Federation of BC (CHF BC)
220-1651 Commercial Drive Vancouver, BC V5L 3Y3
Tel: 604-879-5111  
Maintains a list on their website of housing co-ops currently accepting applications. Also has information on co-ops in general.

Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association Housing Help Line
Tel: 236-558-7112
Support and information with housing-related issues.

Options Community Services Housing Office
13520 – 78th Ave Surrey BC V3W 8J6
Tel: 604-590-7368  housing.registry@options.bc.ca
Support for low income and marginalized individuals looking to secure housing in Surrey & Delta. Call or drop in to book an assessment for available rent subsidies.  Hours are Tuesday to Thursday 9:00 to 11:00AM and 1:00 to 4:00PM.

Seniors Services Society
750 Carnarvon St. New Westminster BC V3M 1E7
Tel: 604-520-6621    
info@seniorsservicessociety.ca
Provides an online directory of various types of seniors housing in the Lower Mainland. Has housing information, referrals, and an outreach program. Also has a temporary housing program (cost geared towards income) for seniors who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Please note, Seniors Services is not a housing provider. Services are available to seniors age 60 and older living in most parts of the Lower Mainland.

SOURCES Newton Resource Centre
#102-13771 72A Ave Surrey BC V3W 9C6
Tel: 604-596-2311  or 604-531-6226  info@sourcesbc.ca
Provides a weekly housing list of advertised rental units and housing supplier applications. Also provides phone to access potential housing rentals and computers to access housing sites and email access for housing searches.

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