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Fraserside Community Services Society

Organization Details

Phone: 
(604) 522 - 3722
Fax: 
(604) 522 - 1116
AGM: 
September
Membership: 
Full
Union(s): 
BCGEU
Budget: 
8.3 million
Year founded: 
1972
Total Membership: 
25
Organization Region: 
Lower Mainland & Upper Fraser Valley

HOUSING

Community Living

Mundy Residence: Located in Coquitlam, the Mundy residence provides plenty of common space, wheelchair accessible amenities including a wheelchair equipped vehicle, and private rooms for each of the five residents.

Hyde Creek: The Hyde Creek home is a two-level side by side duplex on a level lot with easy street and yard accessibility. Ideally located close to community amenities in Port Coquitlam, the duplex has two sides, which are home for four individuals.

Gilley Residence: The Gilley residence in Burnaby is a home for four residents. Individuals enjoy both private and shared space and wheelchair accessible amenities such as a wheelchair equipped vehicle.

Home Share: Fraserside contracts with families who provide care to individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities.

Assisted Living

Bear Creek: A Registered Mental Health Assisted Living program. We provide a wheelchair-accessible stabilized home in Surrey for five adults.

Fraserdale: A Registered Mental Health Assisted Living program. We provide a supportive home environment for seven adults with mental health challenges.

Staffed Residences

Delta House: Accommodates four young adults with serious and persistent mental illness.

Summit House: A Port Coquitlam residence which accommodates five adults with serious and persistent mental illness.

Calcutt Place: A Port Coquitlam residence which accommodates eight adults with serious and persistent mental illness.

Social Housing

Family Emergency Shelter: Offers a temporary, short stay, communal living home to families with children.

Hunter Heights: A heritage apartment building in New Westminster, provides social and low market housing (at the lower end of market rent).

Ibsen: Offers a two-year transitional housing program for adults with mental illness.

Peterson Place: Located in Surrey, Peterson Place provides low barrier housing for adults (singles and couples; no children) who are at risk of homelessness.

Bolivar Court: Provides supportive housing for adults with a mental illness and substance use issues.

EMPLOYMENT

Supported Employment: A customized employment service that assists individuals with developmental disabilities to obtain and maintain employment.

Mobile Work Crew: Provides individuals with an opportunity for meaningful employment in community based settings.

New Leaf Clubhouse: Offers many opportunities for Clubhouse members to readch their wellness, employment and learning goals.

Fraser Works Co-op: New Westminster's only WorkBC Employment Services Centre. Fraser Works offers no cost employment services, programs, information and supports to all New Westminster residents seeking employment.

COUNSELLING

Children who witness abuse:  Provides psycho-educational counselling to children who have been affected by domestic violence.

Perspectives Adult Addictions: A staff of professionally trained counselors help people learn about and recover from substance abuse and dependency.

Perspectives Youth & Family Outreach: Provides outreach counseling, referral and support services to children, adolescents and their families who are either experiencing substance misuse difficulties or are affected by another person's substance misuse.

New Leaf Clubhouse: Members are adults who live with a serious and persistent mental illness. New Leaf provides a member-directed, work-ordered day to enhance work skills and work habits, foster independence and develop meaningful relationships.

Community Services Desk: Provides referrals to, and processes applications for, low-income families living in New Westminster so they may access financial assistance towards Kidsport BC Grants, Jumpstart Funding, New Westminster Parks and Recreation Subsidies, Summer Camp Subsidies and Quest Not-For-Profit Grocery Market.

 

Addresses

Organization Address: 
330 - 550 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3B8
Board Members: 

President, Lorne Hill

Staff Members: 

Chief Executive Officer, Lynda Edmonds (ledmonds@fraserside.bc.ca)