What is an adjudicator?

An adjudicator is someone you have a professional relationship with; who must be familiar with your financial situation; and sign your application form to verify financial need using the LICO table as a guideline. 

An approved adjudicator is a(n): 

  • Professional in social work or family services
  • Financial case worker
  • School principal or teacher
  • Daycare provider
  • Counsellor
  • Church clergy/pastor/minister, etc.
  • Accountant (stamp required/business card or letterhead)
  • Family doctor or dentist—if aware of financial situation (doctor/dentist stamp is required)
    •  Adjudicator can also verify Coquitlam residency
    • The application form will be returned to the applicant if any adjudicator other than those listed above are used

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1. Who is eligible to apply?
2. Who is not eligible to apply?
3. What do I receive?
4. What can I do with my 50 free drop-ins and $225 credit?
5. How do I use my Recreation Credit?
6. How long is the term for drop-ins and credit?
7. How can I register for a program using Recreation Credit?
8. Which drop-in programs require pre-registration?
9. How do I get my 50 free drop-ins pass?
10. What documents do you need to apply?
11. What information should not be included in the application?
12. What Government/Income Assistance documents can you submit?
13. What is an example of an Agency that could verify a Financial Assistance application?
14. How do I apply without an Agency contact?
15. What is an adjudicator?
16. How do you use the Low Income Cut-off table (LICO) if you are not receiving government assistance?
17. What is Total Family Income?
18. How do I use Income Statement for proof of income?
19. If I receive Old Age Security (OAS), Canada Pension Plan (CPP), or Long Term Disability (LTD) benefits, what do I submit?
20. Do you allow program withdrawal and do they get their credit refunded?
21. Is there a withdrawal fee of $5 for registered programs using the $225 credit?
22. If I withdraw from a program, where does the credit go?
23. What happens if I don’t have enough credit left to pay for a program?
24. How soon will my/our application(s) be approved?
25. How can I check to see the status of my application?
26. How do I view how much subsidy I have remaining?
27. How do I submit my application?
28. How do I contact Community Services staff if I have any questions?