GOVERNMENT OF BC – SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
If you are living with a disability in B.C., there are programs and services available you.
DISABILITY ALLIANCE BC
Disability advocates can help you apply for disability benefits and help you file your income taxes. They also have a disability law clinic to provide free legal advice about human rights and discrimination and other programs and resources to help and support people with disabilities.
Main Phone: 604-875-0188
Advocacy Access Program: 604-872-1278 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability Law Clinic: 604-872-1278 or email@example.com
COMMUNITY VENTURES SOCIETY
Provides foster families, summer camps, respite, life skills, community inclusion, specialized children’s residential, outreach, and shared living services to support people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Formerly known as the Simon Fraser Society for Community Living, Kinsight works with families and individuals who are at risk for, or have, developmental delays or disabilities.
Phone: 604-525-9494 | firstname.lastname@example.org
ADVOCATE FOR SERVICE QUALITY
B.C.’s Advocate for Service Quality helps government provide better support to adults and teens with developmental disabilities and special needs (and the families that help support them).
Phone: 604 775-1238
HandyDART provides door-to-door, shared ride services for passengers with physical or cognitive disabilities who are unable to use conventional public transit without assistance.
To book a trip: 604-575-6600 (option 1)
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