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Clements Centre Society

Organization Details

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250 - 746 - 4135
250 - 746 - 1636
2.9 million
Year founded: 
Total Membership: 
Organization Region: 
Vancouver Island

Child Development Services

Child Care Resource and Referral: Provides support, referrals, and resources to families and child care providers.

Early Intervention Program: Professionals assist families with infants and preschool-aged children requiring support with mobility, communication, and early development.

Infant Development Program: For parents concerned about their child's development, and would like some assistance in learning how to encourage his/ her progress.

Vancouver Island CCRR Regional Coordinator: Provide guidance, direction, and assistance to all the Child Care Resource & Referral programs on Vancouver Island.

Community Living Services

Action/Leisure Program: Enables adults to pursue recreational and leisure activities of their choosing in a safe and positive manner, with the greatest degree of independence, based on each individual"s capacity for growth.

Adult Residential Services: Operates 3 residential services aiming to enhance all areas of life. Each house has unique characteristics but have in common a caring, supportive environment, to help people achieve their optimal level of independence.

Children and Family Support Program: Provides opportunities for the development of socialization, recreation, leisure, self-help, and life skills in families with children ages six to eighteen.

Lunch on Clements: Pre-vocational training program for adults with developmental disabilities.

Semi-Independent Living Program: Offers support and assistance to individuals in developing their unique potential for independent living, and provides in-home support to enable independent, either in their current living situation or with the intention of moving to a more independent environment.

Supported Employment Program: Aims to facilitate the identification and fulfillment of self-directed vocational goals for adults with developmental disabilities who want to integrate into the workforce.


Organization Address: 
CVACL 5856 Clements Street Duncan British Columbia Canada V9L 3W3
Board Members: 

President, Leslie Welin

Staff Members: 

Executive Director, Dominic Rockall