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Housing assistance provides low income Islanders with appropriate housing at a reduced cost. For qualified applicants, this might be renting a social housing unit or receiving a rent supplement that reduces the cost for rental market housing. The program is needs-based with priority given to those...
General Policies, 1.1 Eligibility 1.2 Clinical Assessments 1.3 Support Needs Assessment 1.4 Collaborative Support Plan, Service Mix - Support Plan Policies, 2.1 Personal Supports 2.2 Housing Supports 2.3 Community Supports 2.4 Caregiver Supports 2.5 Employment and Vocational Supports 2.6 Technical...
Home Visits 2.1 Social Programs Appeals 2.2 Recovery of Overpayments 2.3 Audits 2.4 Applicant Identification 2.5 Interoffice File Transfers
General Policies, 1.1 Program Description 1.2 Delegated Authority 1.3 Documentation Requirements, Application Policies, 2.1 Application for Assistance - General 2.1.1 Family Violence 2.2 New Applications 2.3 Re-Application/Reviews 2.4 Home Visits (replaced by the general policy on Home Visits...
1. Inspection Policy 2. Application and Eligibility Policy
Child and Family Services, Child Protection Services Children In Care Foster Care Post-Adoption Services, Social Programs, Policies relating to all Social Programs Child Care Subsidy AccessAbility Supports Social Assistance Seniors Independence Initiative , Housing Services, Home Renovation...
The PEI Age Friendly Community Recognition Program is a way of encouraging communities, municipalities, and organizations across the province to become welcoming places for all ages. An age-friendly community is one where policies, services, and structures are designed in particular to support and...
To learn more about becoming a foster parent you can attend a one hour information session. Sessions are held in person by appointment at the Child Protection Services offices in Charlottetown, Summerside, O'Leary, Montague and Souris. To arrange to meet with a social worker about becoming a...
Every day, foster families across Prince Edward Island open their homes and their hearts to children who need safe and loving homes. Foster families play an important role in our communities by providing care on a short or long-term basis for children up to age 18. Perhaps you have been thinking...
How much funding is available?, The program will provide forgivable loans of up to $55,000 per unit to increase the number of affordable housing options in the province., Who is eligible to apply for funding?, The Affordable Housing Development Program is open to non-profit corporations, private...