If you are 65+ years old, you could get up to $1,500 to help with the cost of making your home safer and more accessible.
You could get money to help with the cost of making your home and vehicle more accessible if you or your child has a disability that restricts mobility.
Find out if the cost of your prescription drugs are covered by the province.
If you are 65+ years old and receive the federal Old Age Security pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement payments, you could get up to $83 per month to ensure your income stays above a certain amount.
If you are 64+ years old and own a home, you could get up to $500 to help with the cost of property taxes.
Depending on your annual income, you may be able to have the ODB $100 annual deductible waived and have your co-payment reduced to $2 per prescription.
Low to moderate income households, including those requiring support services, can apply for a rent-geared-to-income subsidy to help make housing affordable.
If you have high prescription drug costs and a low household income, you may be able to pay $2 or less for every prescription.
Pension Programs – Service Canada
Canadian Anti-Fraud Call Centre
Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee
Elder Abuse – Senior Safety Line