Kamloops Programs

Acadia Place

Acadia Place Apartments consists of 24 subsidized units (10 bachelor suites and 14 one bedroom suites) for single individuals, seniors or persons with disabilities.

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Acadia Program

The Acadia Program is a Youth Stabilization Housing program which prioritizes young people between the ages of 17 – 24 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

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Adoption and Permanency Support

A program that is designed to support children and their families in preparing for permanent adoptive placements.

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Baby's Head Start

A free pregnancy outreach program that sees women pre and postnatally until 6 months postpartum.

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Barriere House

Barriere House is a licensed six bed residence for adults with developmental disabilities who require support with daily living.

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Better At Home

United Way’s Better at Home program helps BC’s older adults continue living independently in their own homes by providing simple, non-medical home support services.

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Brock Duplexes

Brock Duplexes consists of twelve 3 bedroom duplexes with private yards in the Brocklehurst area of Kamloops. Elementary and high schools are in close proximity to the complex.

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Caring Dads

Caring Dads is a 17 week group designed to support fathers in developing child-centred and abuse free relationships with their children and their children’s mother.

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Centennial House

Centennial House is an independent home that supports four adults with developmental disabilities.

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Community Inclusion

The program is designed to enhance individuals’ quality of life by building strong and meaningful community connections. Community Inclusion focuses on individual needs, desires, preferences and goals.​

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CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®

The course teaches verbal and physical intervention techniques designed to support individuals to manage and prevent difficult behaviours. The Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® is the training model used.

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Desmond House

Desmond House is a semi-independent home for six adults living with diverse health needs.

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Desmond House

Desmond House is a semi-independent home for six adults located in a quiet north shore community and staffed twenty four hours a day seven days a week.

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Early Connections

The Early Connections Program supports families in building healthy attachments through individual and/or group work.

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Early Years Family Navigation

Early Years Family Navigation is connecting families to community programs and linking them with services available for pregnant women and families with children birth to 6 yrs.

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Families First

A home visiting support program for anyone who is pregnant or parenting a child under 6 months old. Parents can stay in the program until their child is 3 years of age.

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Family Service Program

This program provides outreach intervention services to children, youth and their families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting and family violence, and are at risk of family or placement breakdown.

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First Steps

Education, life skills and parenting program for young mothers who have not graduated high school.

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Food Skills Programs +

The Food Skills Programs are designed to offer community members the opportunity to learn new skills, connect with others and increase knowledge about and access to healthy food options.

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Glenfair Seniors Housing

Glenfair Seniors Complex consists of 80 one bedroom and bachelor units geared toward seniors (55 years and older) or persons living with a disability on a fixed income.

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Healthy Beginnings

A weekly drop in group for parents and caregivers of children aged birth to six years. Groups are offered in various Interior communities.

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In-office Counselling

We are an in-office based family counselling program offering 6-8 sessions at no charge.

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In-Office Counselling - Supporting Families and Strengthening Communities

Supporting Families & Strengthening Communities is a partnership between Interior Community Services and the Red Cross offering free counselling services to individuals and families impacted by the 2017 wildfires. The service is available in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton and area as well as in Kamloops.

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Kamloops Youth Shelter

Emergency and transition housing for youth.

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Mind Over Madder (Adults, Teens, Children)

Mind over Madder is a 9 week group designed to support participants to learn skills to manage conflict. Three different groups are offered to service adults, teens and children (8-12).

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Mount Paul Community Food Centre

A Community Food Centre (CFC) is a welcoming space where people come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food.

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Options & Opportunities

Options & Opportunities is a community based day program that supports adults with physical and developmental disabilities.

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Parenting, Attachment & Individual Development (P.A.I.D)

This program provides an encouraging and supportive environment for parents to learn and try new parenting and life skills.

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Portable Rent Supplement Program

Interior Community Services manages 16 portable rental subsidies within the community under 3 separate operating agreements.

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ReConnect

The Reconnect Program provides individual and family coaching, assessment and advocacy to youth who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness due to breakdown with family and natural supports.

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River House (Supported Housing)

River House is a specialized resource in autism and provides support for adults with developmental disabilities in a home environment.

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Safe Spaces

A Safe place for LGBTQIAP2S+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, pansexual and Two Spirit) youth & their allies to meet and receive education and supports.

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Shuswap Illahee Lodge (Chase, BC)

Shuswap Illahee Lodge is located in Chase, BC next to Willson Park. Illahee Lodge has 30 units reserved for seniors (55 years and older) or individuals living with a disability.

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Skill Development

Skill Development is an educational based program designed to enhance an individual’s quality of life by increasing and/or maintaining independence, enhancing personal development and building life skills.

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Spencer Court

Spencer Court is comprised of 46 affordable 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses including two wheelchair accessible units.

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Stokstad Place

Stokstad Place is comprised of six affordable 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses including one wheelchair accessible unit.

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Street School - Adult Continuing Education SD #73

A paper based Adult Continuing Education program that provides courses to improve literacy skills, upgrade or complete the Adult Dogwood Diploma.

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Supervised & Supportive Visitation

The Supervised Visitation program provides an opportunity for children and parents to spend time together in a safe and healthy environment.

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Support to Family Care Network (STFC)

The Support to Family Care Network provides education, training and support to foster parents in the Thompson, Cariboo, Revelstoke, Golden, East and West Kootenay areas.

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Supported Housing

Supported Housing is a specialized resource that supports individual’s living with autism. This home is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Youth Coaching

This program works with youth 16 to 18 years of age to build life skills. Youth are connected to a Coach that will assist them in setting and achieving their goals.

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Youth Justice - Case Aid

The Youth Justice (Kamloops) - Case Aid (Merritt) Program seeks to respectfully join with youth involved in the criminal justice system to develop strategies that will enhance their lives and assist them in making positive life choices.

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Youth Living Programs

Youth Living Programs are therapeutic model homes for youth who cannot remain in their home. They are generally single staffed resources with additional support staff as needed.

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Youth Mentorship

This program provides youth with a short term residential experience under the guidance of an adult mentor, along with outside training and support services that can enable youth to launch successfully into independence. The Mentors provide youth with a safe place to live while they gain experience and skills to live on their own.

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Youth Street Outreach

The Youth Street Outreach Program provides outreach services to homeless and at risk youth and facilitates early identification and crisis intervention.

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