• Housing: Ada’s Place

      Entrance Criteria for all Those who identify as women with or without children who have experienced intimate partner violence/abuse.   Privacy Declaration All personal information collected is for the management of service delivery by Robson Valley Community Services. No information will be shared with anyone outside of the organization

  • Valemount Roots of Life Child Care Centre

    *Please note that this program is subject to a pending licensing application.   Our Vision  The Roots of Life Child Care Centre aims to provide inclusive, child-centered care that fosters connection to the land and indigenous teachings, enriching children’s development while embracing the whole child: mind, body and spirit.   

  • Family Place Drop-In Program

      Family Place Drop-In provides support and community belonging to parents and caregivers in a one-stop location for increased access to wrap around health and family services. It provides information on: childcare, parenting, child development, in-house and outside referrals for further supports, special needs services, early intervention therapies, and public

  • Handyperson Program

    The Handyperson Program is funded by Northern Health and provides support for people with disabilities in McBride and Valemount to receive minor home repair and handyperson type jobs like: lawn care, snow removal and light housekeeping. Robson Valley Community Services aims to improve the home environment and quality of life

  • Sexualized Assault Response Program

    The Sexualized Assault Response Team at Robson Valley Community Services is dedicated to supporting victims/survivors of all genders. The SARP Staff are responsible for fostering supportive, safe and trauma-informed responses to sexualized assault disclosures from victims/survivors of sexualized violence in our communities through crisis response, advocacy within the various systems

  • For Infants

    Indigenous Literacy Program

    The Indigenous Literacy Program provides access to low barrier holistic indigenous literacy support for oral, reading, writing, math and computer use via drop-in, outreach, or by attending workshops. We can assist with areas such as: budgeting, interview prep, social awareness, health and nutrition, form filling, and navigating advocacy systems. We

  • Employment Services

      Robson Valley Community Services is pleased to deliver WorkBC employment services to the Robson Valley Region. Do you need a new resume? Help writing a new cover letter? Practice your interview skills? Are you finding it hard to focus on your job search at home?  Book your appointment to access

  • For Infants

    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

  • For Disabled

    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

  • For Infants

    Safe Home, Information and Support Program

    Call us toll-free 1-844-324-2004 for assistance. Sharing Hope and Offering Support The Safe Home, Information and Support Program offers 24/7 free and confidential information, support, and/or emergency shelter to self-identifying women and their dependants who are at risk of or who have experienced any type of violence over their lifetime.

  • For Disabled

    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

  • For Seniors

    Stopping the Violence Outreach (STV Outreach) Program

    Working from a client directed and trauma informed lens, the STV Outreach worker supports women in, or, transitioning out of an abusive relationship – to living in safety.

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    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.

  • For Infants

    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

  • For Infants

    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.

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    Literacy Programs

    Adult Literacy The Adult Literacy 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

  • For Disabled

    Better at Home Program (Seniors)

    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.

  • For Disabled

    Child and Youth Mental Health Program

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

  • For Children

    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

  • For Children

    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

  • For Seniors

    Stopping the Violence Counselling Program

            Offers support, advocacy, and individual and/or group counselling to female survivors of violence including but not limited to; sexual assault, relationship violence, and childhood abuse. The program initially works with self-identifying women to recognize the nature of their current challenge and/or needs, then identify the woman’s