Assisted Living & Long-Term Care Services

Assisted Living & Residential Care Services

Assisted Living

Publicly subsidized Assisted Living is for seniors and people with physical disabilities who need a safe environment to live and help with daily tasks.

To learn more about the services offered in Assisted Living, eligibility and how to apply, see Assisted Living Options.

Details about the subsidized Assisted Living residences on Vancouver Island can be found on the Assisted Living Locations page.


Long-Term Care

To learn more about the services offered in long-term care, eligibility and how to apply, see Long-Term Care Options.

Details about the subsidized long-term care homes on Vancouver Island can be found on the Long-Term Care Locations page.

General Information on Assisted Living & Long-Term Care Services

Referral Required?
Not required
Contact Us

Contact the Community Health Services Office in your community for information about Access Housing and other services available for people with disabilities.

Locations

Eagle Ridge Manor

Eagle Ridge Manor

9120 Granville Pl
Port Hardy, B.C. 
V0N 2P0

250-902-6043

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