Community Living BC (CLBC) referred individuals receive assistance to meet their needs in order to live safe, secure and healthy lives, according to their hopes, dreams and self-determination.

The program provides individuals with vital community connections and opportunities to bring about solutions for personal independence motivated by success.

Service is based on the individual taking a lead role in the planning of supports and services to met their need, and in making key decisions about the services and supports they receive.

Typical Areas of Coordination & Support

  • Safety concerns
  • Health needs
  • Accommodation issues
  • Community opportunities and awareness
  • Social engagement
  • Family matters
  • Money management
  • Vocational pursuits
  • Domestic routines
  • Problem/conflict resolution

Our Goals

  • Meet individual needs through generic community supports and services
  • Provide individuals with understanding of available community services
  • Provide an inventory of community resources
  • Respond to crisis

Community Support Coordination provides a flexible model of support services based on contractual limits defined by Community Living BC.

Adults with developmental disabilities are eligible for service. Individuals must be referred by Community Living BC.