Our society operates in affiliation to other community agencies to provide seamless health and social development services to our clients
AIDS Vancouver Island serves the needs of people infected and affected by HIV and hepatitis C.
They take evidence-based action to prevent infection, provide support, and reduce stigma.
The Comox Valley AdHoc Emergency Resources Organization addresses health, homelessness, emergencies and gaps in service for those living in poverty. AHERO is a group, of more than 30 frontline community agencies, faith groups, volunteers and individuals
Better health through promotion, protection & prevention.
The BC Centre for Disease Control provides provincial and national leadership in disease surveillance, detection, treatment, prevention and consultation.
Comox Valley Coalition to End Homelessness
The Comox Valley Coalition to End Homelessness works as a collective to plan, coordinate, recommend and implement community responses to homelessness.
Comox Valley Food Bank
The Comox Valley Food Bank distributes free emergency food to people in need. As a non-profit organization committed to reducing hunger since 1983, the CVFB gathers food and cash donations to support food distribution and collection programs.
The Comox Valley Head Injury Society (CVHIS) is a non-profit organization providing programs and support services to acquired brain injury survivors, their families and caregivers in the Comox Valley.
Home and Community Care provides a range of health care and support services to eligible clients living in the community.
Our services add to, but do not replace, your efforts to care for yourself with help from family, friends and the community.
Providing appropriate accessible services for adults with serious mental illness and/or addictions in the context of a wider support network including other government agencies, aboriginal health organizations, community partners, public agencies, friends and families.
The Comox Valley Nursing Centre is a service within Island Health's Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease Management portfolio and is located in Courtenay, British Columbia.
The Comox Valley Transition Society provides services in the Comox, Cumberland and Courtenay areas and beyond to women and children who have experienced violence..
The Ministry of Health (the Ministry) has overall responsibility for ensuring that quality, appropriate, cost effective and timely health services are available for all British Columbians.
The Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation focuses on providing British Columbians in need with a system of supports to help them achieve their social and economic potential.
The St. George's food pantry provides food for those in need. Over 1500 bags of food are handed out each year.
The Cornerstone Community and Family Services office is available to provide assistance to those in need. Our goal is to ensure that no one falls through the cracks!
Creative Employment Access Society (CEAS) has delivered employment programs and services under the name “the Job Shop” since 1995.
VCH delivers services to more than one million BC residents living in Vancouver, Vancouver's North Shore, Richmond, the Sea-to-Sky Highway, Sunshine Coast, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, the Central Coast and surrounding areas.
VIVRS provides specialized employment and life skill services to Comox Valley residents who Identify themselves as living with a disability and/or have multiple life challenges that make employment difficult.
The Wachiay Friendship Centre is a non-profit society whose mandate is to provide services and supports to the urban Aboriginal population in the Comox Valley Regional District.
The Comox Valley Lifelong Learning Centre (CVLLC) assists residents of the Comox Valley to enhance the literacy skills needed to benefit themselves, their families and our diverse community.