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IFRC proudly works alongside the What If Foundation, a registered charity dedicated to building individualized funding. You can donate to the What If Foundation by clicking the donate button.

The Individualized Funding Resource Centre (IFRC) Society was developed to help people succeed on the Choices in Support for Independent Living (CSIL) Program and other individualized funding programs in British Columbia. Paul Gauthier, founder of the CSIL program now has a place to share his knowledge, and experience. The IFRC is committed to providing supports that will allow individuals to fully participate in their communities.

The Individualized Funding Resource Centre understands that managing individualized funding can be overwhelming and challenging for many people with disabilities. Too often, individuals accept the alternative, because of a lack of information or support. We can provide that information and support to ensure success and independence!

Success Stories

We can honestly say that the Individual Funding Resource Centre (IFRC) has improved our family’s health and well being. What we have found makes a difference is that...

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Mission Statement

To empower people with disabilities who access Individualized funding, by providing them with knowledge and resources to support them in fully utilizing the benefits of the respective program, whereby achieving their objectives of autonomy and independence.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to become the go-to people who empower individuals utilizing Individualized funding by providing the information, support, and training for success in achieving their goals while maintaining freedom and self-determination.

Principles and Values

• IFRC, ran by and for people with disabilities, aims to promote full participatory citizenship by assisting clients of Individualized funding programs to effectively manage their services.
• IFRC aims to promote the obtainment of Individualized funding program management skills, empowering consumers to independence and autonomy.
• IFRC is community driven, and seeks to fully respond to the needs of Individualized funding program clients.


Help When You Need It

45 videos guiding you through the ins and outs of CSIL from applying to hiring and managing staff, and see the extremely detailed Modules: a guide to CSIL

Payroll Services

Let us take the weight off your shoulders! Your CSIL funds will allow us to do the work for you.

Set up Revenue Canada and WorkSafe BC accounts; Payroll Processing: Writing cheques, submitting deductions, providing ROEs and T4 Slips as well as monthly reporting to your Health Authority, and audits.

Recruitment Facilitation

Staff advertising with high volume responses, identifying good employee attributes, managing applicant responses through pre-screening applications and interviews. Reference and Criminal Record checks, a list of potential staff based on your criteria, assistance with interviews and quarterly meetings to ensure your success.

Other Services

CSIL is a life-changing experience! Let us guide and educate you every step of the way.

Application form and Time Task Analysis, communication techniques to direct your care, advice and guidance for success, emergencies, home support hours, budget planning, peer support, education sessions.
We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Office: 604-777-7576
Toll Free: 1-844-604-7576
Fax: 604-284-2806

New Location: 1200 W 73rd Ave #1100, Vancouver, BC V6P 6G5

*By Appointment Only*





Thank you for your support!

With sincere appreciation, the Individualized Funding Resource Centre Society thanks our funders for their generosity in supporting people with disabilities in British Columbia.