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Our full directory is also available as a downloadable PDF. If we need to add something to the directory, let us know by sending an email to Spencer van Vloten
Also: Download our funding guide, an easy to navigate and extensive collection of funding opportunities:
Enhances the quality of life for children, youth, and adults with disabilities in ways that build competencies and foster inclusion in all aspects of life
Bethesda provides many services for people with intellectual disabilities and their families throughout BC, including: supported independent living, home share, community inclusion, employment services, family support services, and summer camps
Creates places where people of all ages can connect with family and friends, achieve dreams, learn, have choices respected, and access quality supports. Programs for infant development, childcare, youth and transitional services, employment, and family support.
A partnership between the UBC School of Social Work, community living organizations and supporters seeking to further the inclusion and full citizenship of people with intellectual disabilities locally, nationally, and globally
Offers a safe place for adults with developmental disabilities to build friendships, relationships, and grow personal networks within the community. They also assist participants in fully accessing their community and creating the support they need to enjoy many recreational activities.
CSCL builds capacity for the inclusion and belonging of people with various abilities. CSCL promotes diversity and provides services that enhance quality of life and strengthen communities.
Clay Tree supports individuals with developmental disabilities by utilizing a variety of programs, techniques, and systems that help participants live a full life of quality and dignity
CCS's Centre for Community Living helps adults with developmental needs reach their full potential through employment and residential programs
Communitas provides care across BC to those living with disabilities, with services ranging from 24-hour residential care, to skills-based day programs, to respite care for families
Committed to enabling individuals with developmental disabilities to become active members of their own community through community inclusion programs
Through residential services, family support, networking, employment, and more, Community Living BC is helping build safe, inclusive communities throughout the province
Supports people to live as full citizens through a diverse range of individualized employment, residential, and outreach services
Provides services and support to people with intellectual disabilities and their families, at the same time promoting participation in the community
Provides foster families, summer camps, respite, life skills, community inclusion, specialized children's residential, outreach, and shared living services to support people with developmental disabilities in the Tri-Cities and beyond
Connectra helps people with physical disabilities connect with work, leisure, and social opportunities
Assists people with disabilities to become full community participants through training, education, support, and advocacy
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in Delta and Surrey with developmental disabilities, and also providing ongoing support to their families and friends
DDA provides a range of programs and services to empower persons with developmental disabilities to reach their full potential
Supports adults with developmental disabilities to achieve full and meaningful lives in their community by providing resources to individuals and families
GVCSS operates homes in the Lower Mainland for adult individuals with developmental disabilities. Located in residential neighbourhoods in Vancouver, Richmond, and North Vancouver, each home is designed to facilitate the individuals’ independence and community involvement.
Welcoming persons who need a supportive home in the community by providing a range of services and forming a supportive network. Over 80 homes in the Fraser Valley.
Inclusion BC builds community and enhances the lives of children and youth with special needs, adults with developmental disabilities, and their families by promoting action and advancing rights and social justice
Assists people with intellectual disabilities and their families to lead the way in advancing inclusion in their own lives and in their community
Provides a range of services to support the growth and community inclusion of youth and adults with developmental disabilities
Inclusion Powell River fosters a safe, inclusive community through a broad range of programs and services
ILV assists people with disabilities, providing social support, employment services, and information referral
A person-centered agency providing inclusive supports to individuals with diverse abilities on Vancouver Island.
Offers a range of programs to facilitate community inclusion, such as community-based respite, day programs, education and community awareness, employment, family support, life skills, and residential options
JHS assists across BC with housing, life skills, and community-based support, with the goal of assisting individuals to value their positive contributions to society
Dedicated to serving adults with diverse abilities to lead full and meaningful lives through community inclusion, employment and creative housing models that are tailored to individual need
Kinsight supports healthy development, inclusion, and full participation of all people through family support, infant and child development programs, residential and employment services, and community activities
Supports and promotes the inclusion of all residents in and around West Kootenay with developmental disabilities into the fabric of community life
A community where adults with developmental disabilities, along with those who come to assist them, share life together in family-like settings and work environments
Provides education, community engagement support, employment support, and more. All within inclusive, welcoming settings. Based in Victoria.
Offers a variety of community supports and residential services throughout the Lower Mainland
The MSA Society for Community Living is committed to supporting adults with developmental disabilities to fully access and participate in their community. Offering home sharing, residential and day services, and family support.
Provides support to persons with disabilities in the Lower Mainland, fostering inclusive community connections, skill development, and the creation of strong personal networks
Building housing opportunities and inclusive communities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Offers a range of programs for children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities, including residential services, supported employment, and community inclusion
Striving for a community for all, and offering infant-youth development programs, employment and education support, residential service, and community inclusion support
Provides programs in Penticton for youth with special needs and adults with developmental disabilities
Helping people to help themselves through family support, supported living, community integration, and intervention
Offers accredited social services across BC, including education, employment, housing, substance use, mental health, and youth and family support services
Provides individualized community-based inclusion programs that inspire increased independence and personal achievement in participants in Langley, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack. Participants are involved in their communities in the areas of employment, volunteer work, life skills, health and wellness, and recreation and leisure.
Empowers people with diverse abilities in and around Kelowna with the encouragement, confidence, resources and lifeskills necessary to lead more independent, self-sufficient lives. Residential and employment services, recreation and activity programs, self-advocacy, and more.
Provides services to children and adults with diverse abilities, as well as services to their family members and other service providers throughout BC
PLAN helps families and people with disabilities feel confident about the future by making careful plans and fostering supportive relationships to be safe, secure, and fully included in the community
Provides advocacy and community services to people with developmental disabilities and their families
Through behaviour consultation, community inclusion, employment, and home living, posAbilities empowers persons with developmental disabilities in Metro Vancouver and other parts of BC
Specializes in employment opportunities and supportive programs which provide a high quality of life for persons in Quesnel with diverse abilities
Focused on the provision of services that empower individuals with diverse abilities to develop and maintain autonomy within their community
The Richmond Centre for Disability empowers people with disabilities to participate in the community by providing information, resources, support and by increasing community awareness and accessibility
Helps more than 1000 people with developmental disabilities each year to participate and contribute fully as valued members in the community. RSCL also helps family members access programs and services, ensuring quality of care throughout the lifespan of the individual supported.
Provides services and supports for more than 600 children and adults with developmental disabilities, and children at risk of developmental disability or delay, and their families. Services include developmental, educational, recreational, vocational, and residential programs.
Provides and advocates for local services to support people of all ages with special needs, their families, and caregivers
Provides a range of community services along the sea-to-sky corridor, including child development and community living programs
STADD is a provincial government program that assists eligible individuals and their families transition from the world of children's services over to adult services
SHARE connects, engages, and strengthen individuals and families through inclusive community services and therapy
Spectrum offers employment and residential supports to people with disabilities, so they can experience full citizenship and genuine belonging in the community
Strive delivers community living services throughout southwestern BC for people of all ages with diverse abilities
Offering work and community inclusion programs in the Sunshine Coast
The Surrey Association for Community Living provides programs and support services for people with developmental disabilities and their families
Provides a range of essential community services throughout the Northwest
Creating opportunities for people of all abilities to fulfill their potential through living, learning, and working in community. Residence, therapy, family support, and community development programs.
Offers children and youth services, community inclusion programs, employment services, home sharing, independent living, and residential programs.
Uniti is a partnership between community living organizations to support inclusive housing, employment, and community in the Surey and White Rock areas
Provides innovative opportunities for seniors and people with disabilities to enable independence and participation in the community
Vela provides support in planning and managing the individualized funding process. There is no charge for Vela's services in BC.
Supporting thriving community lives for persons with disabilities through research, peer support, assistive technology, and more
Provides support services to children, adults and families where disability or illness is a barrier to quality of life. Serving the Thompson, Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland and Greater Vancouver areas.
Helps people with diverse abilities become active in their communities and reach the highest possible levels of independence. Services include supported homes, independent and semi-independent living, respite, employment, behaviour counselling, and mental and physical therapy.
Committed to supporting individuals in developing independence and inclusion in the community in any aspect of life chosen by the person
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