Langford Emergency Supports

The City of Langford, the Community Social Planning Council along with generous donations from the West Shore Developers Association and support from the BC Rent Bank have established a grant program designed to support residents who have been displaced from RidgeView Place (formerly known as Danbrook One).

The Langford Emergency Grants Program provides financial assistance for rent and/or expenses up to $2,000, based on need and income level. A Community Service Navigator has been contracted to help impacted households find long-term housing and other support services. We are grateful to all those who have generously donated to this campaign.

The Emergency Grants Program will close on June 8, 2023.


Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a resident of the building formerly known as Danbrook One and now RidgeView Place, who have been displaced due to the evacuation of the building. A copy of a residential tenancy agreement will be required. 
  • Demonstrate that they are low to moderate income and in current need of assistance. 
  • Have two pieces of valid identification, one of which must be government-issued with a photo.
  • Complete an intake form and interview with a case worker where their situation and eligibility will be discussed.

Case workers will work with each household to consider any unique circumstances and help households to access financing as quickly as possible.

*To apply please go to the Pre-Assessment form and enter "RidgeView Place" under current residential address*

This is a grant, not a loan so please disregard any questions regarding loan or repayment.

Required Documents 

for application:

Two pieces of identification (one government issued with a photo)

Proof of Tenancy (a copy of a residential tenancy agreement will be required)

Proof of income and need (including bank statements)

Please Note: BC Rent Bank and the Community Social Planning Council will use your personal information only for assessment and administration purposes in accordance with the guidelines of the BC Rent Bank Privacy Statement.

The Process

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Contact Information

General Inquiry Line: (250) 383 6166 ext 3

Case Worker Direct Contacts (grants assistance):

Housing Navigator (housing assistance):


We are not a housing provider nor are we able to provide housing placements; however we have staff who can provide information and help you in your housing search.

When you are connected to our Case Workers, trained staff will ask you a series of detailed questions about factors such as health and income to determine your housing needs and eligibility. All client interviews are confidential.

Office Hours are Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm; emails and phone calls will be returned during these hours.

CSPC staff may be working remotely. If you wish to meet in-person, please call ahead to ensure the availability of a Rent Bank Program staff person.

Thank you to the West Shore Developers Association and BC Rent Bank for providing upfront financial support and in-kind technology

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