CMHC Renovations Programs for Multi-Unit Projects
CMHC offers funding for rehabilitation of substandard housing, modifications for persons with disabilities, adaptations for seniors, and renovations to shelters for victims of family violence. To view all the programs, click here.
Rental Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) - On-Reserve
Financial assistance to landlords of affordable housing not owned by the First Nation to pay for mandatory repairs to self-contained units occupied by low income tenants. Mandatory repairs are those required to bring properties up to minimum levels of health and safety.
Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) Secondary/Garden Suite - On-Reserve
Financial assistance for the creation of a Secondary or Garden Suite for a low-income senior or adult with a disability — making it possible for them to live independently in their community, close to family and friends.
Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) for Conversions - On-Reserve
Financial assistance for the creation of affordable housing for low-income households by the conversion of nonresidential properties into affordable, self-contained rental housing units or bed-units.
Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP) for Persons with Disabilities - On-Reserve
Financial assistance to First Nations and First Nation members to undertake accessibility work to modify dwellings occupied or intended for occupancy by persons with disabilities.
Shelter Enhancement Program (SEP) - On-Reserve
Financial assistance to assist in the repair, rehabilitation and improvement of existing shelters, and to assist in the acquisition or construction of new shelters and second-stage housing for victims of family violence.