Employment Services

Customized Employment

Customized employment is way of offering non-traditional solutions to obtain employment opportunities for people who have significant barriers to employment to benefit both the employee and employer. It includes customized job tailoring, job coaching and skills training free of charge.

Supported Employment

Through training in job search skills, interview skills, and job-specific skills, Supported Employment works with local employers to assists individuals eligible for our services in obtaining meaningful work within the community.

HYPE

The HYPE Program focuses on preparing young adults after graduation to get ready for employment. The staff will help emphasize on personal development and safety, community inclusion awareness, resume building, job mentoring and shadowing, work experience and volunteering, as well as Food Safe and WHMIS training. This program will help provide life skills needed in exploring employment within the community. 

 

Address / Contact Info

Campbell River and District Association for Community Living
1841 Island Highway Campbell River, BCV9W 2E9
Contact name: Maureen Hunter

Phone Numbers

Phone : (250) 286-3217
Fax : (250) 287-7322

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Amenities

Accessibility features: wheelchair accessible

Web Links

Location Map

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Semi-Independent Living This program supports adults with developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own home or apartment. The staff provide assistance in daily living skills to include banking, budgeting/bill paying, grocery shopping, household maintenance, social and leisure, and personal hygiene.
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This program was last updated on 16 Nov 2015.