Tofino & Ucluelet Resources

Local Resources

Our Tofino and Ucluelet resources listings contain links and contact details for local health, government and food bank services.

If you are unsure of the service you need, please contact our Community Outreach Worker or the Women’s Outreach Worker
for more help.

Our Support Workers are able to help you navigate government and health services, as well as assist with transportation to services and navigating websites and online forms.

WCRS encourages you to contact the
organizations listed below to
check days of operation and opening times
as these are subject to change at short notice.

Ahousaht Medical Clinic

Ahousaht Medical Clinic offers appointments with a visiting doctor, community health nurse, pre/post natal nurse and a physiotherapist.

1-250-670-9509

Alternatively, contact the Tonquin Medical Clinic in Tofino.

Alberni Valley Employment Centre

wcinfo@avemployment.ca

Ucluelet

101-1801 Bay Street,
PO Box 38,
Ucluelet BC
V0R 3A0

250-726-6243

Tuesday & Thursday
(9am to 4pm) (closed 12-1)

Tofino

381 Main Street,
PO Box 150
Tofino, BC
V0R 2Z0

250-725-8805

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9am-4pm, (closed 12-1pm)

Fish and Loaves

Fish and Loaves Food Bank is available weekly at
the Legion Hall parking lot, 331 Main Street, Tofino.

The Food Bank is open every Wednesday from 10.30am – 11.30am. Food, clothing and other useful items are available to those in need. Items can be delivered to those who are unable to drop by the Legion.

250-726-5017

Food Bank on the Edge

Food Bank on the Edge serves Ucluelet and Tofino. The service is run by volunteers and co-ordinates donations of food to people in need.

Located at 160 Seaplane Base Road, Ucluelet.

250-726-6909

Island Health Mental Health and Substance Use Office

Provides assessment, treatment and case management for adults dealing with chronic mental health and substance use issues. 

Ucluelet: 272 Main Street
Tofino: General Hospital, 261 Neill Street

250-726-1282

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC)

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC) is a not-for-profit society that provides a wide variety of services and supports to fourteen Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations with approximately 10,000 members.

Services include: capital programs, child welfare, economic development, education and employment training, financial administrative services, fisheries, health benefits, housing development, nursing and mental health, social development and a newspaper.

250-724-5757

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC) Community Health Nurse

The community health nurse offer immunization and maternal
child health appointments in Ahousaht.

250-670-9608

Pacific Rim Hospice

Pacific Rim Hospice Society provides compassionate care, support and counselling for individuals across the lifespan and their families facing life-threatening illness, injury, death and bereavement.

The Society is based at 240 Neill Street (lower), Tofino.

250-725-1240

Service BC

Service BC provides front line support for many of the programs
and services the provincial government offers to
residents, businesses and visitors.

Service BC is located at 5-1620 Peninsula Road
(in the Davison Plaza), Ucluelet.

Income and Disability Assistance
ID Verification
Birth Services
Provincial Government Payments
Landlord and Tenant Relations
After a Death
BC Services Cards

Book an appointment with Ucluelet Service BC staff

250-726-7025

Tonquin Medical Clinic

Tonquin Medical Clinic clinic currently offers appointments
for phone consultations only, with some exceptions.

The clinic is located at 220 First Street, Tofino.

250-725-3282

Ucluelet Medical Clinic

Ucluelet Medical Clinic currently offers appointments for phone consultations only, with some exceptions.

The clinic is located at 1566 Peninsula Road, Ucluelet.

250-726-4443

USMA Nuu-chah-nulth Family & Child Services

USMA Nuu-chah-nulth Family & Child Services provides child protection services for Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations.

Usma works with families, Nuu-chah-nulth Nations, community partners and caregivers to support and ensure the health and safety of Nuu-chah-nulth children and youth.

250-724-3232

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