The Aboriginal Front Door Society has a food bank every Wednesday morning.
This service helps people with disabilities apply for a disability tax credit and a disability savings plan.
This program helps people with all disabilities apply for provincial and federal disability benefits. An appointment is needed for this service.
This website has articles, webinars, and online modules about different types of arthritis. There is also information on finding arthritis health care, medication coverage, and financial help.
This is a free service that helps people find mental health support, food, housing, and more.
This website has information on where to go for help in Vancouver. There are resources for housing, health services, income help, and other supports.
Free hot meals are offered at the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre and their 24 hour emergency shelter.
This link helps people living in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside find jobs through a variety of workshops and training programs. Their hub is at 57 East Hastings Street and is open Monday to Friday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Fill out this short questionnaire to get a list of financial supports during COVID-19.
This link can help First Nations people living in BC register for health benefits and learn what their plan covers.
BC Housing helps people who are low income, seniors, and Indigenous find and pay for housing. They offer affordable and subsidized housing and rental aid programs.
Click on this link to find mental health services in your area. Services include support for employment, social support groups, and mental wellness programs.
This link helps people facing barriers find training, jobs, and/or volunteer work. A referral to this program is needed from a clinician at Three Bridges or REACH clinic.
People living in PHS housing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and inner Victoria can receive up to 3 hot meals a day. Food delivery and special diet support is also available.
This service is for people living on low incomes in the Downtown Eastside. Pigeon Park Savings helps people manage their finances and become financially stable.
TAX AID DABC helps people file their taxes and holds workshops to learn how about income tax filing. This is a free service for people with disabilities living on low incomes.
This is a tool for youth and young adults with rheumatic disease who are finding jobs. The tool helps users with career planning and finding accommodations for health conditions.
This link has meal, transport, and support services for seniors aged 60+. They also have programs that help with getting loans and finding temporary housing.
Lu’ma Medical Centre provides culturally safe care for Indigenous people in Vancouver. They also have a social navigator who helps patients find resources.