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Neighbourhood Care (NCI)

Welcomes

Services

Learning

Soccer Training Neighborhood Care Soccer Training (NCST) is an initiative of Neighborhood Care International Association. Offers individualized coaching and mentoring to create and enhance long-term, healthy, discipline, life and leadership skills program. Metro Vancouver Swahili Centre To promote Swahili use language in Metro Vancouver and welcoming everyone who want to learn the Swahili culture.

Legal

The African and Black Legal Clinic (ABLC) is a joint project between Neighborhood Care International Association (NCI), Access Pro Bono of BC and the BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre (BCPIAC) Legal service covered by ABCL The ABCL will provide summary legal advice on a broad range of issues, including immigration and refugee, family, civil litigation, criminal, police harassment, human rights violations including racism, employment standards, and government benefits including welfare and employment insurance.

203 - 207 West Hastings, Vancouver, BC

Call: 604 349 2420

Website: www.neighborhoodcare.org/

Hours

Monday:
OPEN
Tuesday:
OPEN
Wednesday:
OPEN
Thursday:
OPEN
Friday:
OPEN
Saturday:
CLOSED
Sunday:
CLOSED
Notes:

Call For Appointment Who we are Neighborhood Care International Association (NCI) is a networking coalition membership open to every person, business and non-profit organization that supports its purposes and vision. Vision NCI’s vision is to cultivate a global and inclusive community that cares for its neighbors. NCI’s goals NCI motivates and supports African & Black people in their journey of healing and to access justice. NCI provides a safe place where African and Black people can drop in, access legal services, participate in culture-based activities, be encouraged to overcome individual, systemic and institutional barriers based on racism and discrimination, and receive referrals to other organizations offering additional supports as needed. NCI is in the process of seeking funding in order to expand cultural activities and advocacy services for African and Black people.

Last Updated

Fri, 22 Feb 2019