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AiMHi Prince George Association for Community Living

We contribute to a strong community by providing advocacy, supports and services to people who have special needs and their families. Our culture supports people to have good lives at work, at home and in the community.

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Autism BC

We are a parent based and directed society that has been working to provide information and support to individuals and families affected by autism since 1975. In addition to our Richmond head office, we have branch offices in Northern BC, the Interior and on Vancouver Island.

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Axis Family Resources Ltd.

Our mission is to be the leader in the delivery of community based social services while enhancing the lives of the diverse people we serve, our employees, and our partners.

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BC Centre for Ability

We provide community-based services that enhance the quality of life for children, youth and adults with disabilities and their families in ways that facilitate and build competencies and foster inclusion in all aspects of life.

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Bethesda Christian Association

Bethesda Christian Association is a non-profit registered charity that provides an array of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

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Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI)

The Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI) was created in 1956. We have grown into a non-profit organization that provides innovative services to over 1,000 children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities and their families in Metro Vancouver.

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Campbell River & District Association for Community Living

We are a non-profit organization whose purpose is to advocate for services and/or provide services for people with special needs, and their families, who live in the Campbell River area. We offer programs of all levels to help meet the needs of the area.

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Canadian Deafblind Association – BC

At the Canadian Deafblind Association-BC Chapter, we are committed to assisting all individuals in BC who are deafblind to achieve, with Intervention, the best quality of life.

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Chilliwack Society for Community Living

We provide quality individualized supports to enhance the lives of adults with developmental disabilities, children and youth with special needs and their families.

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Clay Tree Society for People with Developmental Disabilities

Clay Tree is a non-profit, registered society that was incorporated in 1957. We have seven programs that support 72 individuals with developmental and physical disabilities.

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Clements Centre Society

We assist children and youth with developmental needs and adults with developmental disabilities to reach their full potential. We do this by providing a comprehensive range of services for individuals and the families who care for them.

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Community Integration Services Society

Community Integration Services Society is committed to enabling individuals with disabilities to become active members of their own communities. We believe in the right to make one’s own decisions, community participation and equal rights for all.

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Community Living Victoria

Community Living Victoria provides a range of support services to children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities and their families. We are the largest non-profit community living service provider on Vancouver Island.

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Community Living Society

The Community Living Society (CLS) supports individuals with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries to live meaningful lives as full citizens. We believe that all people have the ability and the right to fully participate in, and contribute to, their communities.

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Community Ventures Society

We are a non-profit society serving the Tri-Cities and beyond (Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey, Delta, Langley, Mission and Abbotsford). Our mission is to open doors to opportunities for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families so that they live the life they choose.

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Dawson Creek Society for Community Living

Dawson Creek Society for Community Living assists people with disabilities to become full community participants through training, education, support, and advocacy.

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Delta Community Living Society

DCLS is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and providing ongoing support to their families and friends.

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Elk Valley Society Community Living

The Elk Valley Society for Community Living runs a summer program for children with special needs.

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Fort St. John Association for Community Living

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living was incorporated on January 23, 1960. We are a non-profit organization that has contracts with Community Living BC to provide services to adults with developmental disabilities.

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HOME Society

The H.O.M.E Society is a Non-Profit organization that supports men and women with diversabilities to live satisfying, meaningful and inclusive lives. We have created a Culture of Gentleness that embraces people with warmth and kindness.

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Hope Association for Community Living

We offer a variety of services for adults including Life Skills training, Community Outreach, and Employment opportunities.

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Inclusion Kamloops Society

Inclusion Kamloops is a not-for-profit charity organization 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.

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Inclusion Langley

Inclusion Langley (formerly the Langley Association for Community Living) builds and strengthens community through advocacy, information and support.

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Inclusion Parksville

Inclusion Parksville serves the community by supporting adults with developmental disabilities through innovative programs, person centered planning and advocacy, to enhance the lives of all people in the community.

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Inclusion Powell River

Inclusion Powell River is about everyone, the people we serve, the people that we employ, our volunteers and the people in the community of people of Powell River. Our Mission is to foster a safe, inclusive community where everyone belongs.

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Kimberley Society for Community Living

The Kimberley Society for Community Living is a support and advocacy group.

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Kootenay Society for Community Living

The Kootenay Society for Community Living promotes the inclusion of the citizens of Castlegar, who have a developmental disability into the fabric of community life. Programs and services include a wide variety of supports to individuals of all ages who have developmental disabilities and or a variety of spectrum disorders.

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L’Arche Greater Vancouver

L’Arche Greater Vancouver is an intentional community of approximately 120 people sharing life and work together. We have six homes and two day programs and are involved in initiatives of welcome and outreach to the wider community.

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Lifetime Networks Victoria

Lifetime Networks is a not-for-profit organization started in 1998 by a group of determined parents trying to create a viable organization to secure the future of their children with disabilities, by establishing personal support Networks. Since then, our scope and vision has been expanded with the addition of our Fine Arts Programs in 2005; Best Buddies, Social Groups and Independent Living in 2008; GAP in 2009; Continuing Education (Being a Citizen) and Community Inclusion in 2011; and Employment Support Services in 2012.

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Milieu Family Services

Milieu Family Services exists for the benefit of the people it supports. Our mission is to empower and support people as valued, contributing citizens in communities.

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Mission Association for Community Living

The Mission Association for Community Living (MACL) was founded in 1958. We support individuals with developmental disabilities, children who require extra support, and their families.

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MSA Society for Community Living

The MSA Society for Community Living is a not-for-profit agency founded on July 8, 1957 by a group of local parents. We are committed to supporting adults with developmental disabilities to fully access and equally participate in their community.

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Nanaimo Association for Community Living

Nanaimo Association for Community Living (NACL) is a non-profit society dedicated to supporting people with developmental disabilities.

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New Perspectives on Community Living Society

New Perspectives on Community Living Society provides consumer driven alternatives for adults with developmental disabilities and their families.

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North Shore ConneXions

North Shore ConneXions Society (ConneXions) supports families and services children and adults living with intellectual disabilities by providing quality programs and services which support the development, independence and empowerment of adults, children and families.

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North Shore Disabilities Resource Centre

The North Shore Disability Resource Centre directly serves over 450 individuals through our residential and community based programs. We make every effort to ensure that their voices are heard, and that they are supported to participate in their community as fully and independently as possible.

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OneSky Community Resources Society

OneSky Community Resources is a registered not-for-profit agency that has been building strong communities with opportunities for all for 50 years. We offer a continuum of care in 15 cities and townships throughout the South Okanagan/Similkameen.

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Pathways Abilities Society

Pathways is a non-profit, registered charity, whose mission is “To assist people with disabilities to reach their individual goals and contribute as equal members of community.”

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Penticton and District Society for Community Living

Penticton and District Society for Community Living (PDSCL) has been serving the community since 1958. We provide support and services for people with intellectual disabilities, seniors and through our social housing programs low income adults and families.

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Pivot Point Family Growth Centre

Pivot Pivot provides services to children and adults with Diverse Abilities, as well as services to their family members and other service providers throughout BC.

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PLAN (Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network)

Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN) is non-profit organization founded in 1989 to help families secure the future for loved ones with disabilities.

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Port Alberni Association for Community Living

The Port Alberni Association for Community Living (PAACL) has a long and highly respected reputation in the community for advocacy and service to people with developmental disabilities and their families.

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posAbilities

posAbilities provides a broad range of services to persons with developmental disabilities and their families. We currently serve more than 1,200 children and adults in Metro Vancouver and other parts of BC.

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Princeton and District Community Services Society

Celebrating 45 years of service to the community of Princeton, Princeton and District Community Services began as a transit and home support service and has since grown to employ nearly 80 staff members, and offer a wide range of services.

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Quesnel Community Living Association

Quesnel Community Living Association (QCLA) is a not-for–profit organization comprised of people with diverse abilities, advocates, families and care-givers. Community Inclusion is vital to the success of our programs and increased acceptance within the community is one of our greatest accomplishments.

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Realm BC

We are a dedicated team of professionals focused on the provision of services that empower individuals with diverse abilities to develop and maintain autonomy within their community.

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Richmond Society for Community Living

Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL) was founded by a group of parents who wanted more for their children than institutional living. Today, RSCL programs and services assist each individual to reach their full potential.

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Ridge Meadows Association for Community Living

Founded in 1958, the Ridge Meadows Association for Community Living is a nonprofit agency that provides services and supports for more than 600 children and adults with developmental disabilities.

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Sea to Sky Community Services Society

We are caring professionals. We strengthen individuals and build healthier communities. Sea to Sky Community Services Society (SSCS) is a charitable organization, established in 1978.

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Semiahmoo House Society

Semiahmoo House Society is a non-profit organization located in Surrey/White Rock, exists to provide quality services and support to people with disabilities and their families in the community.

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Shuswap Association for Community Living

The Shuswap Association for Community Living has been providing services and support for people with intellectual disabilities and their families since 1963.

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Sources Community Resources Centres

Sources Community Resources Centres is a community-based non-profit organization. We have been providing help, encouragement and hope for individuals and families in White Rock, Surrey, Delta, Langley, Prince George and beyond for 40 years.

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Spectrum Society for Community Living

Spectrum Society’s mission is to support people with disabilities to experience full citizenship and genuine belonging in community.

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Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living

We are a non-profit society that provides effective, efficient and responsive service to people with developmental disabilities and their families living on the lower Sunshine Coast (Langdale to Egmont).

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Terrace and District Community Services Society

TDCSS offers a variety of specialized programs geared towards helping people in the Northwest.

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Thompson Community Services

The strength of TCS is our commitment to individuals and their families through an innovative, creative and flexible approach to community care. We have achieved success in the social services sector for more than 30 years by pursuing the goals of meeting and exceeding the expectations of individuals in our care and their families.

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Vela Canada

Established in 1985, Vela Canada assists individuals with disabilities in taking greater control of their lives by exploring ideas that can lead to customized, inclusive and creative supports through developing a Microboard™ or accessing Individualized Funding. There are now over 1,100 Microboards™ in BC alone, providing individuals with a self-directed lifestyle.

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Western Human Resource Corp.

WHRC operates residential services and community-based day services in British Columbia. Two programs offer nursing support to children and their families in the interior and northern regions of BC. The agency has over 450 qualified, talented and committed staff ensuring safety, responding to needs, and most importantly sharing in the joy when individuals realize their wishes and dreams.

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Williams Lake Association for Community Living

An accredited, non-profit organization established in 1961 and registered under the Societies Act. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of community members. Our funding comes from Community Living BC, and we receive donations from the community. We are a member of Inclusion BC, the CACL, and the Central Interior Community Services Co-op.

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