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Vancity supporting Delta Community Living Society Pilot Project
Vancity recently presented a cheque for $12,000 to Delta Community Living Society in support of an innovative pilot project. The Leading Employment and Achieving Possibilities (LEAP) pilot project has been designed to support young adults with developmental disabilities who are transitioning from school to work.

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Delta Community Living Society
Resource Centre
#1 – 3800 72 Street
Delta, BC
V4K 3N2
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Tel: 604.946.9508
Fax: 604.940.9683
Email: dcls@dcls.ca

Welcome!

DCLS places a high priority on ensuring that those we serve benefit from the active involvement of family and friends – so they can be knowledgeable of the circumstances and choices available to them, consulted and engaged in those choices, and actively supported in their care.

Through its community-based locations and diverse range of Community, Residential, Employment and Family services, DCLS plays an important role in the communities of North Delta, Tsawwassen, Ladner and Surrey.

DCLS has been accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 2002 and is an active member of Inclusion BC.

 

 

Latest News & Events

  • Vancity invests $12,000 into DCLS employment initiative

    Vancity recently presented a cheque for $12,000 to DCLS in support of an innovative new employment pilot project launched by the Society.

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  • Connections Newsletter | Spring 2014

    See this edition for info about a successful customized employment story, a profile of the newly expanded Community Connector program, and more!

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  • DCLS self advocates present...

    The DCLS self advocates will be hosting the always-popular music and coffee house nights as well as other special events this spring and summer.

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  • DCLS Spring Dance | April 12

    The DCLS self advocates invite you to attend a Spring Dance at Scott Road Connections April 12. Tickets are $3 at the door.

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  • "By doing nothing, I consider myself just as responsible as those that did the tormenting"

    Last year, DCLS received a touching letter about one person's own experience with bullying. Take a moment to read it as we all try to prevent bullying today, and year round.

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  • New "Understanding Vulnerability" guide available

    CLBC has just released a new plain language guide for self advocates called "Understanding Vulnerability". The booklet speaks to the importance of being aware of vulnerabilities so intentional safeguards can be planned to address them.

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