Woodstock First Nation has a housing program that adheres to all Federal and Provincial standards. We have a draft housing policy that was developed with the assistance of community members who volunteered to work with a staff/community member..
AHHC SCORING TOOL
Housing allocations will be considered using the following points system:
(Please note that applicants can only score once in each category)
Duration on Waiting List
Waiting 1 to 4 years 10
Waiting 5 to 10 years 12
Waiting 10 to 14 years 20
Waiting 15-20 years 25
Waiting 21 years or more 36
Two parent family with children under 18 in residence 26
Single parent with children under 18 in residence 25
Elder, adult child/grandchild under 18 in residence 23
Couple with dependent Elder 15
Couple with no children under 18 in residence 10
Single with no children under 18 in residence 05
Disabled or special health needs
Child with Disability 25
Adult with Disability 23
Adult and minor Child with Disabilities 26
Elder (with medical status) 12
Willingness to trade 10
Willingness to downsize 10
House Condition of Current Residence
Not inhabitable (not due to neglect) 26
Number of Consecutive Years of Residency in Woodstock First Nation
Not residing on reserve 05
Living in WFN 1 to 4 years 10
Living in WFN 5 to 10 years 15
Living in WFN 10 to 14 years 20
Living in WFN 15-20 years 25
Living in WFN 21 years or more 30
Unemployed/on social assistance 13
Elders/Fixed Income/Disability 15
Does not have a house and is boarding or transient 25
The following standards will be used as a measure of the suitable number of residents in a house.
- One (1) bedroom for each non-married adult or couple.
- One (1) bedroom for children 16 years of age or older.
- One (1) bedroom for 2 children of the same sex up to 16 years of age.
- One (1) bedroom for 2 children of opposite sex up to 5 years of age.
If the ratio of people to bedrooms exceeds the above standards, the house will be considered overcrowded.