WCRS COVID-19 RESPONSE
Westcoast Community Resource Society is participating in the community efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our offices in Ucluelet and Tofino will be closed to the public and client meetings until further notice. Although we are closing our physical doors, our services remain open and available to access during this time. If you are needing our services please reach out via the phone, e-mail or the internet. The transition House will remain open and available to women in need.
*Please note that the weekly Community Lunch, Volunteer Income Tax Program and Mindful Meditation will be suspended until further notice or alternative arrangements can be made.
Looking for help, opportunities in the community or resources? You’ve come to the right place!
The WCRS provides free and confidential:
- Phone, fax, internet use
- Women’s counselling, child, youth, special needs and family counselling
- Assistance with accessing resources related to food security, housing, employment
- Navigating government websites and applications such as income tax, pension, disability, etc.
- Referrals and information about community events, and other programs throughout west coast communities.
We are a non-profit organization which shares the community’s vision that every member’s well-being is ensured.
All of our programs and services are confidential and free of charge. For information about services or to book an appointment please call or visit our offices between 10:00am and 4:00pm Monday to Friday.
The Westcoast Community Resources Society provides responsive, safe and supportive services to individuals and families while supporting their right to explore options and make choices in all areas of their lives. We are committed to ending all forms of abuse including system power imbalances and family violence. In partnership with other services and resources we promote the equality, diversity and well being of all people in the west coast communities.
We equally value and support the empowerment of all women, children and youth. We believe that everybody deserves to have their basic needs met; and we define basic needs as food, safe shelter, clothing, medical and emotional care. We believe in education to promote healthy communication and the unlearning of racist, sexist and patriarchal behaviours and structures. We work towards healthy, non-violent communities, in which we honour and celebrate diversity and individuality. We believe that healing is an individual process which thrives in honest, compassionate, respectful and inclusive communities.
New to the community? Community Lunch happens weekly in Ucluelet at the Hub Thursdays 12-1pm.
Everyone invited to enjoy a hot soup! An opportunity for community members to enjoy a meal together, meet new people and catch up with friends. Every Thursday 12-1:00pm in the HUB multipurpose room.
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