Disability advocacy organizations
Are you a disability advocacy organization that offers programs and support to ICBC customers who have been injured in a car crash? Here are a few things you should know.
Community Grants Program
Our Community Grants Program helps make a difference in the lives of British Columbians by supporting the road safety and injury recovery initiatives of community organizations. The application process for the Community Grants Program is open until February 15, 2022.
Our commitment to you
We are committed to working closely with disability advocacy organizations to ensure that we provide you with the information you need to effectively support our mutual clients. This page has been created to centralize information for disability advocacy organizations across the province.
We recognize that, as experts in your respective areas, you may identify opportunities to enhance our mutual customers' experience. As such, we are keen to offer an avenue for open communication to optimize the service we provide.
In 2018, we began consulting with a subset of regional representatives from key disability advocacy organizations, and in 2019, we established the Disability Advocacy Advisory Group (DAAG). This group continues to consult with ICBC in our move towards a new care-based insurance model.
If you have a question about our programs or would like to provide feedback, you can complete the Feedback and Inquiry Form.
Getting support for an ICBC customer
ICBC Accident Benefits cover medical and recovery costs for all British Columbians injured in a crash - whether they were responsible for the crash or not. The benefits available to ICBC customers including the benefit limits will vary depending on the date that the crash occurred.
You can select the time period in which the crash occurred below to better understand the benefit limits that apply for your customer.