Community Living BC (CLBC)

CLBC is a provincial Crown Agency that engages organizations, companies and individuals across British Columbia to strengthen employment, and create safe and welcoming communities for adults with developmental disabilities. CLBC staff are dedicated and concerned people who strive daily to support the need of adult individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

Individuals are eligible for CLBC services if they are over age 19, and have significantly impaired intellectual functioning that appears before age 18, and impairments in self-help skills. CLBC confirms eligibility through assessments by independent registered psychologists.

Programs & Services:

  • CLBC staff provides information, advice and support in assisting eligible individuals to make connections in their community.
  • CLBC funds supports and services that adults with developmental disabilities and their families can access through individualized funding, contracted service providers and other specialized support agencies.

Adult Services

  • Family support, including respite and homemaker services.
  • Helping to find housing options that encourage independence while meeting a person’s unique needs.
  • Connections with community services, including assessment and consultation, to support individuals, families or caregivers.
  • Community inclusion supports to help adults with developmental disabilities find work, and build social networks and life skills.

Address / Contact Info

Community Living BC
#2, 2231 South Island Hwy Campbell River, BCV9W 1C4
Manager : Amber Mitchell
Mailing address:

#107–555 Fourth St
Courtenay, BC
V9N 1H3

Phone Numbers

Courtenay: (250) 334-1370
Toll-free: 1-877-334-1370
Fax: (250) 334-1455

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: By appointment only

Web Links

Location Map

This program was last updated on: 27 Jul 2017.