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Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living

Organization Details

(604) 885 - 7455
(604) 885 - 7702
CUPE Local 3999
Year founded: 
Total Membership: 
Organization Region: 
Lower Mainland & Upper Fraser Valley

Art Folks: Weekly art program under the mentorship of volunteer artists, persons with disabilities have an avenue to explore their artistic talents, and have worked and exhibited in both acrylic paint and clay mediums. All paintings are for sale and can be purchased at the Mermaid Street Gallery.

Day Program: Offers a range of activities that provide opportunities for self esteem and skill development through vocational, educational, recreational and social programming to people with developmental disabilities with their own peer group and with the community as a whole.

Residential Services: Provides residential services through the operation of various living arrangements, an Independent Living Program and a Lifeskills Program.

Respite Services: Caregivers offer support to families in caring for their loved ones intended to reduce family stress and to increase family stability.

Supported Employment: Provides "in houseヤ employment and training opportunities to allow individuals to develop employment skills.  This is done in the context of a wine bottle washing business known as "Bottle Me".  Support is also provided to people in actual jobs.


Organization Address: 
5711 Mermaid Street Suite 105 Sechelt British Columbia Canada V0N 3A0
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 165 Sechelt British Columbia Canada V0N 3A0
Board Members: 

President, Nancy Brindley

Staff Members: 

Executive Director, Glen McClughan (gmack@scacl.ca)