*This information is provided for informational purposes only. Admission to these programs is managed exclusively by the Government. Don’t hesitate to contact us, and we’ll help you get the answers you need.

A) Residential adaptation assistance program (RAAP via Société Habitation Quebec)

This subsidy is granted to the owners of a home where a disabled person resides. This individual must be a Canadian citizen or have permanent resident status, and must provide proof that their disability is persistent and permanent. We invite you to consult the following hyperlinks to find out the amounts granted for the 2 options available and their respective eligibility criteria. You’ll find all the information you need, plus dynamic PDF forms that will help you get started with the SHQ’s application process.

The first option available provides professional support (option 1). Here is the link for more information (French only):


The second option allows you to manage the project yourself. (option 2). Here’s the hyperlink for more information (French only):


For Montréal residents wishing to adapt their private homes, the criteria and options may differ from those of the SHQ program. SHQ Montreal program (for more information, please contact 514 588-7098.)

B) Financial assistance for accessible small businesses

This subsidy is available to owners of small businesses with a capacity of 10 to 60 people and a surface area of 250 m2 or less. Here’s the link for more information (French only) :


C) Financial assistance for the accessibility of tourist sites (PAET via Kéroul)

The Ministry of Tourism has entrusted the management of the Programme d’accessibilité des établissements touristiques (PAET) to Kéroul, a privileged partner in tourism accessibility since 1987. The aim of this program is to support tourism businesses in the transformation or improvement of their infrastructures to make them accessible or enhance their current offering. Here is a relevant hyperlinks for more information (French only):


D) Daily living and domestic assistance program (via CLSC)

This program enables people with a disability or autism spectrum disorder to obtain the equipment they need to carry out domestic activities in their own homes. The technical aids provided make it possible to improve the autonomy, safety, and reduce the need for outside help. These aids are also designed to facilitate the work of family caregivers. A wide variety of technical aids are available. Their allocation is based on an overall assessment of the person’s needs and resources. For more information, click here:


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