This section is for people who live in a not-for-profit housing co-operative (“co-op”). Co-ops are run by members of the co-op and have an elected Board of Directors made up of co-op members. Co-op members pay a monthly housing charge (rent) and some households pay a geared-to-income housing charge. Co-op members usually participate in activities related to the running of the co-op.
Getting legal help
The law can be very complicated, so if you have a question or problem, we recommend that you get legal advice about your situation:
- People living with HIV in Ontario can contact us for free legal advice.
- You can contact your local community legal clinic to find out about services in your community. You can find your local community legal clinic as well as specialty legal clinics using the Legal Aid Ontario website: https://www.legalaid.on.ca/services/legal-clinics/.
Help to find housing
Housing help services may help you to find a place to live. You can find out if there is a housing help service in your area on the Housing Help Association of Ontario website: https://findhousinghelp.ca/.