Accommodation for out-of-town medical patients and/or their families.
Services providing assistance in locating and securing permanent housing, particularly housing help centres.
Programs that assist in home efficiency improvements, barrier removal and accessibility, and low cost materials.
Programs that can help with financing a new home through loans, subsidies and grants.
Programs that may help with costs related to accessing and maintaining housing, such as moving costs, rent and rental deposits, and home barrier removal.
Services such as tenant or landlord support, rent control, moving services, insurance and advocacy.
Access points to find out about and apply for available rental units.
Private housing for older adults able to pay for their own care and support and not requiring 24-hour nursing care.
Services for individuals requiring some support to live independently in an apartment setting (typically in specific, designated buildings), including 24-hour emergency response.
Short-term accommodation for those leaving emergency shelters or in need of housing during a life transition, including people with mental illness and addictions, single mothers and victims of violence.
The views expressed on this website are the views of the Ontario Caregiver Organization and do not necessarily reflect those of the Province.