Right Fit

The Right Fit Project (RFP) is an effort to address challenges in matching affordable, wheelchair-accessible homes in Metro Vancouver with people who need them.


Originally launched as a three (3) year project, the Individualized Funding Resource Centre (IFRC) Society entered into a partnership with the Disability Alliance BC with the hope that the project would address systemic barriers and test streamlined models to connect wheelchair users with accessible, affordable housing that meets their needs.


No longer a pilot, the Right Fit Project continues to address the housing challenges faced by people with disabilities in the lower mainland find accessible, affordable housing.


To find out more about this innovative, ground breaking project, please click the link below to learn more about it and how to apply.


URL Link: Right Fit Pilot ProjectRight Fit Pilot Project



 Accessibility 2024

The Right Fit Pilot Project has been profiled in the Provincial Government's 2017 Progress Update for Building a Better B.C. for People with Disabilities. Many thanks to all that have made this possible, the IFRC is honoured to be a part of this project. Click the link below to be directed to the report!



December 11, 2017

Paul Gauthier, Executive Director for IFRC & Jane Dyson, Executive Director for Disability Alliance BC, discuss the Right Fit Pilot Project on CBC's Early Edition with Host Rick Cluff and Guest co-host Rick Hanson! 


December 8, 2017

We are pleased to announce a three year partnership with the Disability Alliance BC, for the Right Fit Pilot Project (RFPP). The RFPP is a collaborative effort to address barriers and test the streamlined models to connect Wheelchair users with affordable, accessible housing in the lower mainland.

The pilot will develop, and test, a case management model to help a rolling caseload of 20 wheelchair users find homes that fit their needs, in addition to the personal supports needed to live independently. Project partners will work directly with applicants and with housing and service providers to learn more about systemic barriers.

Paul Gauthier, Executive Director of IFRC and Jane Dyson, Executive Director of Disability Alliance BC will be on CBC Early Edition Monday, December 11 at 7:40am, to speak about this project for a special co-hosted segment with Rick Hanson. Tune in, share the news and learn more about this exciting project!

Led by Disability Alliance BC, other partners in this project include in partnership, BC Housing, City of Vancouver, Fraser Health Authority, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority & the Ministry of Social Development & Poverty Reduction.

We have hope for improvement and change from lessons learned from this project. If you’d like to learn more about how to be involved in the RFPP, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.