Autistic Man


VIAH offers services to adults with a developmental disability who are referred to VIAH by Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

CLBC supports adults in BC who have a developmental disability, and meet their
eligibility requirements, including significantly impaired intellectual and adaptive
functioning, where the impairments started before age 18.

To determine eligibility, the first step is to contact a CLBC facilitator who can provide
information about the required documents and approved professionals who may
complete the needed assessments and documents.

More information about CLBC’s eligibility requirements and how to apply can be found

CLBC Contact Information:
Victoria: 250-952-4203
Toll Free Number: 1-855-390-7200
(All Central Island Inquiries)

Once someone has been approved for a certain level and type of CLBC-funded
services, CLBC will ask them to consider three possible service providers. This is called
Individual Preference and is a way for an individual to have a say about which person or
agency provides them with services. They can let their facilitator know that VIAH is a
service provider they would like to consider. CLBC is requires by policy to refer two
additional service providers for consideration.