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John Howard Society

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Home Share Program The Home Share program is a residential option in which an adult with developmental disabilities under the care of Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) shares a home with a care provider who provides ongoing, individualized support. Supportive Living & Community Inclusion Our Supportive Living and Community Inclusion programs include Outreach Support, Miller Block Cluster Living, Employment, Community Based, and Skill Development programming, and support individuals under the care of Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) who are eligible for both the Developmental Disabilities and Personal Supports Initiative funding streams. Community Living Residential Services Our Community Living Residential Services provide a twenty-four hour supported living environment for adults with developmental disabilities under the care of Community Living BC (CLBC). Individuals served may also have concurrent disorders, or be impacted by the criminal justice system.

763 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC

Call: 604 872 5651

Website: www.johnhowardbc.ca/regions/lo...

Hours

Monday:
09:00AM to 04:00PM
Tuesday:
09:00AM to 04:00PM
Wednesday:
09:00AM to 04:00PM
Thursday:
09:00AM to 04:00PM
Friday:
09:00AM to 04:00PM
Saturday:
CLOSED
Sunday:
CLOSED
Notes:

The John Howard Society of the Lower Mainland of BC (JHSLM) is a registered non-profit charitable organization which provides assistance with housing, life-skills, and community-based support, with the goal of assisting individuals to value their positive contributions to society. We also offer residential, employment, and outreach support to adults with developmental disabilities referred to us by Community Living BC (CLBC). Our Community Living services support individuals that are eligible for either the developmental disability or personal support initiative streams of funding through CLBC. Supports and services may include providing assistance to those that face multiple barriers, and may be at risk of homelessness, involvement in the criminal justice system, mental health issues and/or addictions.

Last Updated

Fri, 22 Feb 2019