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As of August 2014, all people residing within First Nations communities, regardless of ancestry, and who meet CLBC eligibility requirements, can access CLBC funded services based upon their disability-related needs and availability of local CLBC resources.

Community Living BC funds services and supports that meet the disability-related needs of eligible adults, and their families, who have been diagnosed with:

  • a developmental disability; or
  • fetal alcohol sprectrum disorder or autism spectrum disorder who require extensive help to complete basic daily living activities.

The following Frequently Asked Questions provides information to First Nations about CLBC services to ensure eligible individuals residing in First Nations communities can access them.

Click here to read the FAQs for First Nations communities about CLBC Services in First Nations Communities

(the link is: http://www.communitylivingbc.ca/wp-content/uploads/FAQs-for-First-Nations-communities-about-CLBC-Services-in-First-Nations-communities.pdf)