About Interior Community Services
Interior Community Services (ICS) is a non-profit accredited multi service agency providing supported programming to people of all ages. For over 45 years, ICS has been dedicated to meeting the community needs in Kamloops and the Interior region. Our annual budget is 12.8 million dollars. We work closely with funders, community partners and corporate donors to ensure effective cost efficient programming.
At ICS our greatest asset is our staff, volunteers and board members all committed to “enriching the lives of individuals and families by providing integrated family support, individual life skills development and safe nurturing home environments designed to assist people to live to their potential in community.”
Interior Community Services is please to announce our accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Through CARF, Interior Community Services, has completed an in depth review of our services. This process assures that our agency conforms to nationally recognized service standards focused on our community and client's needs. To find out more about CARF, please visit www.carf.org
Good Food Organization
Interior Community Services (ICS) is a Good Food Organization through Community Food Centres Canada. ICS is one of 105 organizations from across Canada who are joining together to work for a healthy and fair food system. The Good Food Organizations initiative supports food security organizations by increasing their capacity to offer healthy and dignified food programs in their communities. Through the initiative, ICS has increased access to resources, customized training, potential grants as well as access to a network of progressive organizations committed to increasing health, promoting social change and offering community capacity programs across Canada.
ICS' involvement in food security continues to expand with the opening of the Mount Paul Food Centre. The Food Centre operates with a number of food security programs all working together to promote the importance of individual's and the community's food security. For more information on ICS programs please contact the Food Centre at 236-421-1011. For more information on the Good Food Organizations initiative, visit: http://cfccanada.ca