Offers funding for eligible home support clients wishing more flexibility in managing their own services.

Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL) is a self-managed model of care where people receive funds to hire and manage their own unregulated care providers. As an employer, responsibilities include recruiting, hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising unregulated care providers. Further responsibilities include monthly reporting to Revenue Canada, WorkSafeBC and Fraser Health Contracts Department. To familiarize yourself with these responsibilities please go to the Spinal Cord Injury BC website and review the Choice In Supports for Independent Living online workbook.

This is one of the many Home Health services we offer.



You must be eligible to receive Home Health service and:

  • Be medically stable. 
  • Have high intensity care needs that Fraser Health home support workers do not have the training to provide. 
  • Be able to direct all aspects of your care or have a client support group or representative who can direct your care. 
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage care services as well as run a small business.


The same home support rate applies to the CSIL program. Learn more about accessing Home and Community Care services.


Find information about choice in supports for independent living from the B.C. Ministry of Health.