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COVID-19 Provincial and Federal Benefits 



New to Victoria?


Government Services forms to help with your settlement into Canada




Self-Employment resources


Upcoming Job Fair and Employment Events



    August 17, 2021 / 10am - 1pm PST

    Virtual Job Fair is a multi-sector recruitment event, open to all local and provincial Organizations and Visitors in British Columbia.


      Network in Victoria & surrounding areas


      Community Centre Your Neighbourhood Resource group (Childcare, various activities for family and more!)


      Health Care Services

      • Find nearest Walk-in Clinic and wait time - Click
      • Victoria Youth Clinic 
      • Island Sexual Health 
      • Find a Doctor 
      • Affordable Dental Clinic - Camosun
      • ORCCA Dental Clinic Society Sidney - provides children and adolescents under 19 years of age from low-income families access to oral care in a not for profit setting
      • HealthLink BC - Call 811 to speak to health service navigators, registered nurses, dietitians, qualified exercise professionals and pharmacists 
      • Healthy Kids Program - provides coverage for basic dental treatment, optical care and hearing assistance to children in low-income families, who are not in receipt of income assistance, disability assistance or hardship assistance. To find out if your child is covered call: 1-866-866-0800 Press “4” and then “2” (have your child’s Care Card Number handy)
      • Immunize BC - Evidence-based immunization information and tools for B.C. residents
      • Multicultural Mental Health Resource Centre (MMHRC) - seeks to improve the quality and availability of mental health services for people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, including immigrants, refugees, and members of established ethnocultural communities.


      Useful Resources


      Resources for Children/Parents in BC


      Resources for Seniors in BC


      Resources for Vulnerable Temporary Foreign Workers


      Pathways to Permanent Residency Resources


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      Develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options across the province. 


      mission is to be a leading innovative provider of affordable homes and support services that contribute to the independence of individuals and families. owns and/or operates an extensive portfolio of affordable rental housing aimed at low and moderate income individuals and families and people with disabilities.


      a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing affordable rental housing for low-to-moderate income families, seniors, working singles, and adults with disabilities who live independently.



      A range of free services available to people with low incomes. Services include legal information, legal advice, and legal representation (a lawyer to take your case).

      • TAPS (Together Against Poverty Society)

      Providing free, face-to-face legal advocacy for people with income assistance, disability benefits, employment standards, and tenancy issues.

      • VIHRC (Vancouver Island Human Rights Coalition)

      Through advocacy, support, and human rights education, we assist people who have experienced discrimination.

      • FSGV (Family Services of Greater Victoria)

      Helps children, youth, and adults manage the challenges of separation, divorce, or transition to a new family structure

      An inner-city community centre serving Greater Victoria’s most vulnerable: working poor, impoverished elderly, mentally and physically challenged, addicted and the homeless.

      Transitional Housing, Brain Injury, Childcare, Senior, Young Parent outreach, Respite & Respitality

      Advocating for and providing emergency shelter, supportive housing, integrated health care and other support services to end homelessness



      Providing information and referral regarding community, government and social services in BC. The help line services include 211, the Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service (ADIRS), the Problem Gambling Help Line, VictimLink BC, and the Youth Against Violence Line.

      An accessible, door-to-door shared transit service for people with permanent or temporary disabilities that prevent them from using fixed-route transit without assistance from another person.

      • Crisis Centre (Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC)

       A non-profit, volunteer organization committed to helping people help themselves and others deal with crisis

      CLABC is dedicated to ensuring that every person in BC has access to the needed emotional support and critical services that crisis lines provide.