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Williams Lake Association for Community Living

Organization Details

Email: 
ian.mclaughlin@shaw.ca
Phone: 
(250) 392 - 4489
Fax: 
(250) 392 - 4456
AGM: 
June
Membership: 
Full
Union(s): 
BCGEU
Budget: 
2100000
Year founded: 
0
Total Membership: 
11
Organization Region: 
Northern BC

Residential Services: Provide a home-like atmosphere for adults affected by a developmental disability to promote individual independence in all aspects of their life. Respite is available to other individuals in the area.

Self-Help: Enables individuals to attain independence in their daily living. Services vary to meet the needs of people we support.

Summit Opportunity/Drop-In Centre: A self help and pre-employment training centre, offering a wide variety of courses, including cooking, computers, personal safety, employment and daily living skills.

Supported Employment: Offers personal assessment and development of vocational skills in community/employment settings.

Community Connections:  Provides opportunities for the community participation of the persons supported.  The scope of these services is based on the identified needs and desires of the individuals.

Addresses

Organization Address: 
51 South 4th Avenue Williams Lake British Columbia Canada
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 6001 Williams Lake British Columbia Canada V2G 3W2
Board Members: 

President, Karen Moberg (k-moberg@hotmail.com)

Staff Members: 

Executive Director, Ian McLaughlin (ian.mclaughlin@shaw.ca)