Better at Home Contractor

Salt Spring Community Services’ Better at Home Seniors’ program is currently looking for one house-cleaner to work with seniors. This is on a contract basis and may include some yard work or light home repair. Pay is $22.00/hr. Applicants must complete a criminal record check and have their own vehicle with a current driver’s license. […]

COVID-19 Safety Plan, WorkSafeBC

There has been a copy of the WorkSafeBC Safety Plan posted at every worksite. This is a digital copy we are providing to all staff always accessible online. COVID-19 WorkSafeBC Safety Plan SSICS The following are some resources from WorkSafeBC: WorkSafeBC: Coughs and Sneezes WorkSafeBC: How to Use a Mask


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Summer Positions for Youth

Salt Spring Island Community Services is looking to fill the following summer positions for youth.  All positions are open to individuals between the ages of 15 to 30.  Please note that priority will be given to persons with disabilities, visible minorities and Indigenous peoples.  Please indicate in the cover letter if you are a Priority […]

COVID-19: Service Status Updates

The many essential services provided by Salt Spring Island Community Services are open and busy.  Increasing capacity in program areas providing basic needs and supports to vulnerable people is a priority. Program staff, managers and administration are on duty, with some working from home where possible.  SSICS has worked diligently to adapt services to address […]

Do a Mental Health Check-In Online with CMHA

Welcome to your Mental Health Check-In The Mental Health Check In designed to help youth and adults take a look at their mental health and wellness in light of covid-19. The check-in on is a brief tool to get you to quickly reflect on a few areas of your mental, physical and social well-being. In […]

(FREE ONLINE EVENT): Staying Sane at Home with Kids, on May 20th with Dr. MacNamara

Dr. MacNamara From our child’s tantrums, resistance, playtime, to their questions of “what are we going to do today?” staying at home with kids has never been so ‘interesting.’ Come join Dr. MacNamara as we discuss the new realities of caring for our kids and how to help them with their emotions, while trying to […]

Experiencing stress, anxiety and uncertainity during the pandemic? Here to help: BCPA COVID-19 Psychological First Aid Service

The BCPA COVID-19 Psychological First Aid Service is designed to help any BC resident aged 19+ who is experiencing stress, anxiety, or uncertainty due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Please read more about the service by clicking the link below, and note this is not the same as the crisis line. BCPA COVID-19 Psychological First […]

Summary of Government Financial Report, Helping Families and Individuals

Here is a summary of the financial report put out by the government highlighting the financial supports in place to help families and individuals through this time; Download a copy here: Summary of Financial Supports or view below SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL SUPPORTS HOUSING Support Description How to Access ⚡ BC Hydro Bill deferral, payment plans, as […]

SD64 Resources

The following link is to a resource page set up by the school district and is rich with resources for you and your family. Click here to access SD64 resources