- Social Housing
- Land Ambulance
- Ontario Works
- Children's Programs
Social Housing refers to rental housing developed with the assistance of government and subsidized by government for people with low to moderate incomes, seniors or people with special needs who can live, with supports, in the community.
Housing Services Programs consist of the following:
(1) Public Housing
Housing built under a federal public housing program and originally owned by the Province or by a partnership of the federal and provincial governments.
(2) Non-Profit/Cooperative Housing
Housing owned and operated on a not-for-profit basis by community based non-profit corporations. Funded under a federal or provincial government housing program it provides housing for low and moderate income people.
(3) Rent Supplement
Rent-geared-to-income housing units in privately owned rental housing and federal non-profits and co-op projects. Subsidies are given to Housing Providers to supplement reduced rents paid by tenants.
(4) Aboriginal Housing
Housing developed for Aboriginal communities with the support of the federal government (includes Rural, Native, and Urban Native Housing.