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Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit - As a senior 65 years or older in Ontario, you could qualify for a tax credit

As a senior 65 years or older in Ontario, you could qualify for a tax credit to help with the cost of making your home safer and more accessible.

Home accessibility tax credit - For 2016 and subsequent tax years, Budget 2015 introduces a non-refundable HATC

For 2016 and subsequent tax years, Budget 2015 introduces a non-refundable HATC for qualifying expenses incurred for work performed or goods acquired in respect of a qualifying renovation of an eligible dwelling of a qualifying individual. A qualifying individual and eligible individuals can claim the HATC.

Ontario Renovates - Forgivable loans to homeowners and landlords for major repairs

Forgivable loans to homeowners and landlords for major repairs, to add habitable living space to remediate overcrowding, for accessibility modifications, to create secondary/garden suites or repair and rehabilitate shelter units that assist victims of family violence.

CMHS - Changing or customizing your residence to accommodate your ever-changing needs

Changing or customizing your residence to accommodate your ever-changing needs allows you to remain in the same home or community and live safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of your age or ability level.

Assistive Devices Program - to provide consumer centered support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities

The objective of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is to provide consumer centered support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities and to provide access to personalized assistive devices appropriate for the individual’s basic needs.

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program – On Reserve - Receive financial assistance if you are a Band member

Receive financial assistance if you are a Band member and need to repair your home to a minimum level of health and safety, or to improve the accessibility of housing for disabled persons.

March of Dimes Home and Vehicle Modification Program - provides funding for basic home and/or vehicle modifications

March of Dimes Canada's Home & Vehicle Modification Program provides funding for basic home and/or vehicle modifications. The program is intended to assist permanent Ontario residents with a substantial impairment expected to last one year or more, with their disability management. By reducing or eliminating life safety risks, these modifications enable children and adults with mobility restrictions to continue living in their homes, avoid job loss and participate in their communities.

Grants Ontario - provides you with one-window access to information about grants that are available to you

Grants Ontario provides you with one-window access to information about grants that are available to you, how to apply for grants and how to check the status of your application.

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