CHF BC provides, as a popular, public service, a directory of housing co-ops (“Find-A-Co-op”).

CHF BC does not accept applications for housing: we have no role in administering co-op applications or waiting lists.  Individual co-ops manage their own application and selection processes.

How to use “Find-A-Co-op”

Use the filters to find co-ops that fit your household’s needs — search by location or other traits, then press apply filters.

You can add your favourite co-ops to a shortlist that we can send to you by email. When you’re ready, follow up directly with co-ops on your shortlist.

Non-profit co-ops have magenta markers; equity co-ops have blue markers. Filtering for “Seniors (55+)” will limit you to seeing seniors-ONLY co-ops.

Looking for an accessible home?

Some co-ops offer greater accessibility than others.

Most co-op buildings date back 35 years or more, so different co-ops understand “accessibility” in different ways. The Find-A-Co-op listings include information provided by individual housing co-ops. If you have particular needs, you may want to inquire directly with housing providers.

Check this Right Fit Program listing page and this Spinal Cord Injury BC affiliated list. Do you need a navigator to help find an accessible home? The Right Fit Program can help match wheelchair users with accessible housing.