Projects

  • Food Security

      What is Food Security? It is the state of having reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing “when all people at all-times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active

  • McBride Preschool

    Robson Valley Community Services values the children in its community and wants to provide a safe and creative space for children to foster positive emotional, social, cognitive and physical development. Every child is entitled to an opportunity to develop personal responsibility and social skills, problem solving and inclusive experiences. Each

  • safe shelter

    Valley Girls

    “Valley Girls” is a weekly program for girls ages 12-18 to meet and chat, debate, and inform themselves of the issues they face in daily life. Structured on improving self-empowerment, the older girls mentor and support the younger ones through topics such as confidence and self-esteem, mental health and well-being, healthy

  • Police Based Victim Services Program

            The Victim Services Coordinator provides support to people who are victims and/or witnesses of a crime or accident. The Coordinator offers guidance, advocacy, and information to clients going through the legal system. The Victim Support Worker is trained and skilled at supporting clients who are experiencing

  • supportive child development program

    Supported Child Development Program

    The Supportive Child Development program is intended for children with developmental delays. Our consultant will work with the children to assess and develop a service plan to help children progress in their development.

  • Infant Development Program

    The Infant Development Program services children from 0-3 who are at risk for, or who already have a delay in development. This program brings our consultant, parents / guardians, and other professionals together to help the infants overcome developmental delays or difficulties. The Infant development program delivers family centered services

  • Family Support Program

    The Family Support Worker can assist families in working towards a stable and healthy foundation for the home environment, to support family members struggling with parenting, communication, conflict resolution and life skills.

  • adult literacy

    Adult Literacy Program

    This program is for anyone 19 and older (or not attending public school) to increase their understanding of concepts from English and math to budgeting and shopping to nutrition and parenting terminology. Our Adult Literacy Coordinator can also help you and your child work on homework together! Our professional and

  • Better at Home Program

    The goal of our Better at Home (BAH) program is to provide non-medical services to support seniors living in their own homes, to increase socialization and decrease senior isolation.

  • Child and Youth Mental Health Support Program

    Provides professional individual or group support to children between the ages of ages 0 and 18 and their families.

  • PEACE Program

    Offers violence Prevention, Education, Advocacy, Counselling and Empowerment for children and youth between the ages of 3 and 18 who are at risk of exposure, or whom have been exposed to domestic violence. This program also provides support to the non-offending caregiver, regarding the impact that witnessing violence can have

  • Violence Prevention in the Classroom

            Violence Prevention in the Classroom is a school based violence prevention program addressing social justice issues around bullying, sexism, racism and homophobia, with a focus on the development of healthy, non-violent relationships among adolescents; first with their selves and secondly their peers, including intimate partner relationships. Funded