Victoria & Area Resources for Seniors
Capital Region Housing Corporation
625 Fisgard Street
A non-profit provider of over 1200 rental units of affordable housing in the Capital Regional District of Victoria, BC which provides affordable housing (including some wheelchair-modified units) for families with low to moderate incomes, seniors with low to moderate incomes, and persons in receipt of a disability income.
Cridge Centre for the Family
1307 Hillside ave
Provider of supportive transitional housing (lower than market rents) for families transitioning from crisis and instability to self-sufficiency, counseling and support for families in residence including children's and family counseling, seniors' housing, childcare, support/housing/community-building for people living with brain injuries, and respite care referral service for parents of children with disabilities.
Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria
930 Balmoral Rd
Support, information, and referral for Immigrants and Refugees in areas such as Employment, Health Care, Human Rights, Housing, Education (adults and school-aged children), Canadian Law, Income Tax, Child Care & Family Concerns, Social Benefits, Citizenship, Community Resources, Dealing with Isolation and Culture Shock. Support groups available for immigrant and refugee women, men, seniors, and youth. Individual and family support for newcomers. Interpretation and translation services available.
James Bay Community Project
547 Michigan St.
Community closet thrift store, Victoria youth clinic, youth outreach, public computer access, community library, seniors' group, parent/child drop-in groups.
Victoria Innovative Seniors Treatment Approach (VISTA)
2828 Nanaimo St.
Resources for older adults dealing with day-to-day problems of alcohol and other drugs including prescription, elder abuse issues, and mental health issues.