We want our co-ops to be communities that promote and embody equitable access, opportunity, respect, and a sense of belonging for everyone. To this end, we are committed to involves listening, learning, and changing, as well as amplifying the voices of our members, friends, and partners so that inclusivity becomes the norm in our world.
CHF BC aims to inspire housing co-ops to be communities that promote and embody equitable access, opportunity, respect, and a sense of belonging for everyone.
Aging in place is the ability to continue to live in one’s own co-op home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, benefiting older members, their families and co-op communities.
As housing co-op members get older, they may face challenges that make it more difficult to continue to live safely in their units, to remain fully involved in their co-op communities and to know where to get support when they need it.
The benefits of aging in place are well-known, but co-ops may need help to support their valued aging members.
The 2SLGBTQIA+ community is a significant presence throughout housing co-operatives in British Columbia
CHF BC is committed to working with our members to ensure that the federations, and our member housing co-operatives, are safe spaces for 2SLGBTQIA+ people and their allies to fully self-express while feeling welcome and included.