Have your say in our Inclusive Housing survey

Attention Self Advocates CLBC and BC Non Profit Housing Association  are asking you to  participate by answering a few questions online survey for Housing Task Force and their  partners to increase access to affordable housing. 


Where do you want to live?  What does your ideal home look like? The Inclusive Housing Task Force, co-chaired by Community Living BC (CLBC) and Inclusion BC, is interested in knowing about people’s current and desired housing, including when they hope to access housing.

By answering questions in this online survey, you can help the Task Force and its partners in their efforts to increase access to housing.

Over the months of August and September, the BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) is conducting an online survey to ask CLBC-eligible individuals about their current housing situations and what kind of housing they envision for their future.

The data collected in this survey will be critical to help engage decision makers in communities throughout BC as well as assist CLBC, Inclusion BC, service providers, self-advocacy and family groups, housing organizations, developers, and municipal governments as they plan for housing, along with needed supports.

A small advisory committee made up of CLBC staff, Inclusion BC staff, and families assisted BCNPHA in developing the survey questions.

Participation in the survey is completely optional and information provided is confidential.

Please pass the survey along to others! For more information about the Inclusive Housing Task Force, see its report, Home is Where our Story Begins.

This on CLBC website go to the link here

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