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HomeShare is a service that allows an individual to live in the community with a caregiver roommate or family (a HomeShare Provider) in a home environment that addresses the individual’s unique needs and desires. HomeShare Providers share their home and life with an individual or individuals who are eligible for services through CLBC and provide many if not all of the same supports individuals would receive through our other programs. We are committed to finding the right HomeShare placement for individuals, taking into consideration strengths, needs, experience, interests, values, personalities, and more.

HomeShare Providers are not FSJACL staff, and instead are contracted by our Agency.

Becoming a HomeShare Provider

If you are interested in becoming a HomeShare Provider, please complete our HomeShare Interest Questionnaire and submit it to our office. If we believe you could be a good fit, we will contact you to arrange a pre-screening interview with our HomeShare Coordinator.

The HomeShare Interest Questionnaire is available for download as a digital fillable PDF or printable PDF.

Application Process

Potential HomeShare Providers that have passed the pre-screening must then complete a rigorous application process that includes a home study, criminal records clearance, reference checks and family profiles, confirmation of a good driver’s record, and a variety of application paperwork. First Aid certification and WCB must be secured. There will also be a matching process to ensure the individual and potential HomeShare Provider are a good long-term fit.

Our services are funded by Community Living BC (CLBC).  To access our services, you must first be eligible through CLBC. Please refer to the Community Living BC eligibility page for more information.

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10251  100th Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 1Y8

We are CARF Accredited

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) has awarded FSJACL another three year accreditation in 2023, the highest level of accreditation available. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CARF

Land Acknowledgement

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living is committed to building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous peoples. We would like to gratefully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation, in Treaty 8 Territory, also part of the Métis Nation homeland, and we thank them for their hospitality.

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