Youth Night Housing Support Worker

Youth Night Housing Support Worker Casual or  Full-Time (40 hours/week) $16.99 – 19.82 per hour Job Summary: The Night Housing Support Worker provides overnight supervision for a youth residential service. Responsibilities include monitoring and attending to the well-being and safety of residents during the night hours and maintaining a comfortable and clean living environment. Qualifications, Education […]

Youth Residential Worker

 Job Title:                 Youth Residential Worker Hours of Work:       Casual, or Regular Full-time hours (40 hours/week)  Wage Range:         $19.39 – $22.58  per hour Job Summary: The Residential Youth Worker provides supervision and support in a residential setting for youth with moderate to severe developmental, behavior and emotional challenges. Responsibilities include monitoring and attending to […]

Seniors’ Wellness Excursions – July 2018

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5th – Thursday Blue Grouse Winery in Cowichan Valley – Tasting and Tour $10 each Blue Grouse Estate is comprised of 65 acres tucked away on a sunny Vancouver Island slope in the Cowichan Valley, named from a Salishan First Nations word meaning “the warm land”. 11th – Wednesday Gabriel’s Café in Nanaimo They are […]

Seniors’ Wellness Excursions – June 2018

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JUNE 2018 7th – Thursday Uptown Shopping Victoria Lunch at Sizzling Tandoor North Indian Cuisine served with a smile. This outdoor mall has it all from Walmart to Rogers Chocolates plus so much more! 13th – Wednesday Matix Farm Adrienne’s Tea Garden for Lunch With a sit or walk at Isle View Beach Enjoy our […]

Fentanyl Crisis – Community Events

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  WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! FENTANYL CRISIS COMMUNITY EVENT AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY TUESDAY, MAY 29 2018    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM AT THE CORE INN THURSDAY, MAY 31 2018         11:00AM – 1:00PM Come and join us for an interactive gathering to share and listen with your community members. How have opioids […]

Child Safety Talks at Family Place

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CHILD SAFETY TALKS With the Salt Spring Fire Department Family Place 120 Park Drive 1:00 at Stay and Play Drop-Ins Monthly Topics Thursday, May 31- Poisonous Plants Thursday, June 14- Water Safety

Infant Development Consultant at Family Place

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Do you have questions about your child’s growth and development? Cindy Irwin, Infant Development Consultant from Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health will be visiting Family Place Stay and Play Drop-In June 21

Seniors’ Wellness Excursions – May, 2018

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3rd – Thursday Duncan Shopping and Lunch at the Garage 9th – Wednesday Ogden Seawall walk and Lunch at Ogden Point Café This is a “walking” trip but those that wish to just sit in the café can do so 14th – Monday Chinatown/ValueVillage and Lunch at The Swan Pub Come try out the pubs […]

16th Annual Golf tournament

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  Choices and Friends day programs are raising funds to provide recreational activities for adults with special needs living on Salt spring Island. 9 Hole Texas Scramble at the SSI Golf and Country Club. Novice and expert players welcome.

Salt Spring Commons One Step Closer

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The Salt Spring Commons housing project by Salt Spring Island Community Services (SSICS) is poised shovel ready with the approval of the development permit by the Local Trust Committee last week. With approval for town water hookups years ago, the project hurdles one of the major obstacles of present day affordable housing developments. “We’re very […]