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Islanders will benefit from more affordable housing with the construction of 14 new housing units within three rural communities across the province, providing more affordable housing options for those most in need. These new units have been approved through the Affordable Housing Development...
The provincial government is increasing funding for non-government organizations that provide community-based supports and services to help Islanders. “Now more than ever, the supports that these organizations provide are critical for Islanders. We know there is an added strain for these...
The Disability Support Program has expanded and is now called, AccessAbility Supports., New supports offer more and better assistance to Islanders living with disabilities. Disabilities may include physical, intellectual, neurological, sensory and mental disabilities., New or Enhanced Supports, Our...
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 2.5 Young Parents, Eligibility Policies, 3.1...
A handbook of information about programs and services for seniors living in Prince Edward Island published by the Seniors' Secretariat., For copies of this guide or to give comments, contact:, Seniors Secretariat Phone: (902) 620-3785 Toll-free: 1-866-770-0588 email@example.com
Strategies to develop a five year framework for Action by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.
Strategies to develop a five year framework for Action by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention. French Translation.