community housing and inclusion program

The heart and soul of our work has always focused on ensuring people with disabilities can live and thrive in their own community.


Our Community Housing & Inclusion Program has been supporting individuality, choice, enrichment, independence and diversity in affordable, accessible, safe and secure community housing for more than 40 years. All of our homes have been purpose-built or renovated to accommodate wheelchair access, and are located in residential neighbourhoods throughout the North Shore.


For more information, please contact:
Director of Community Housing and Inclusion Program – Kim Miles, 604-904-4076.

supported living program

This program is for adults who have physical and/or developmental disabilities and require 24 hour support.


ADULTS: Referrals for adult support are required from Community Living BC, who is responsible for the order of acceptance. CLBC can be reached at 604-981-0321.

independent living program

This program is for adults with disabilities or health problems who are eligible for long-term care funding and who need some assistance to live in the community, but do not require 24 hour care.


All of our homes have been purpose built or renovated to accommodate wheelchair access. The five homes are located in residential neighborhoods throughout the North Shore.


Referrals for adult support can be made from Vancouver Coastal Health Authority, North Shore. Acceptance is based on the suitability of the candidate with others in the home.


For more information, please contact:
VCHA can be reached at 604-983-6700 or directly to this program.

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North Shore Disability Resource Centre

3158 Mountain Highway

North Vancouver, BC

V7K 2H5

phone: 604-985-5371

fax: 604-985-7594


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United Way member agency

The NSDRC was started by a group of families in 1976. In the years since, we have worked for a "Community for All" by developing and providing community housing, infant development programs, youth groups, community-based services, and information and advocacy.

We are grateful for the opportunity to work, live and play on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.