The Sault Ste. Marie Social Housing Application Centre processes all housing applications. The Application Centre is responsible for forwarding your application for housing to the providers you’ve selected.
Not sure if you qualify for subsidized housing?
Check your eligibility before applying.
There are various types of housing subsidies available.
Learn more about the various types of housing subsidies and housing providers.
- Pick-Up in Person at 180 Brock Street
- Apply online at https://www.socialhousingapplication.com/
If you require assistance completing an application, Customer Services Clerks are available to help you in person during regular operating hours. You can also ask for assistance by phone at (705) 946-2077 or by e-mailing:
Completed applications can be submitted by:
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred)
- In-person at 180 Brock Street during operating hours or after hours by utilizing the secure drop box.
Supplemental documentation submitted with your application should be a copy of an original. If you do not have access to obtaining copies, Community Housing can make copies on your behalf, however, we cannot be responsible for lost or missing documents.
Tenant Rights & Responsibilities
Tenants who reside in a rent-geared-to-income unit are protected by the Landlord and Tenant Board, an agency of the Government of Ontario under the Residential Tenancies Act, (2011).
All households in receipt of a rent-geared-to-income subsidy have responsibilities to obtain and retain their subsidy. These responsibilities are outlined in the Housing Services Act, (2006) and are explained in detail during the move-in process.
Applying for Affordable Market and Market Rent Units
For those who do not qualify for subsidized housing, Community Housing also operates affordable market rent and market rent units.