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The remains of two hundred and fifteen children found in Kamloops. Many more may yet to be found. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn each and every precious life that was taken. #EveryChildMatters. Our thoughts are with the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and other First Nations communities whose lives were, and continue to be, affected by the residential school system. Our deepest condolences to the families whose children were taken from them. Knowing that there is much work ahead for all of us to do, we remain steadfast in our commitment to Truth and Reconciliation, and Resurgence. The truths of our past must guide the future we build together.

Our Services

The purpose of the Independent Living Skills Program is to provide one-on-one life skills and transition support to youth ages 16 through 18, in order to increase their independence as they transition into adulthood.

The service is provided by qualified and highly-trained youth care workers directly supervised by board-certified behaviour analysts who will work as part of the youth’s transition and support team. The program is free for families whose youth (a) has an open file with the Ministry of Child and Family Development; (b) is aged 16 through 18.  The term of service is from three months to one year depending on the assessed need.

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Contact Information

Tel: 250-561-1194Fax: 250-561-1195
101-575 Brunswick Street
Prince George
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Hours of Operation

Note: Service hours are dependent on client needs.