Community Living BC (CLBC) delivers support and services to eligible adults with developmental disabilities and their families across British Columbia. On this page, you can find the latest events and updates about Community Living BC.
CLBC’s CEO Ross Chilton and Self Advocate Advisor Jessica Humphrey also send periodically email messages to self-advocates across BC to keep us updated on recent news.
The CLBC Editorial Board was created in 2013. The CLBC Editorial Board comprises self-advocates and community living leaders from across the province.
The role of the Editorial Board is to work with CLBC to improve communication with the people CLBC serves and ensure meaningful participation of individuals and families in the ongoing work of CLBC. Help Wanted: Currently, the CLBC Editorial Board is looking for new members.
If you have a question about Community Living BC supports, services or anything else you want to know, please.
Also can check out CLBC Strategic Plan
The CLBC Strategic Plan outlines Community Living British Columbia’s direction from 2022 until 2025.
The plan was developed in consultation with individuals, families, service providers and other community partners, and is reviewed annually. CLBC is committed to working collaboratively with its many partners and to bringing other community organizations and leaders into the process as we execute this strategic plan.
Community Living BC Strategic Plan 2022 to 2025
Introducing CLBC’s Strategic Plan – 2022 to 2025
Hear from self-advocates, a family member, a service provider and CLBC’s CEO on the new 2022-25 Strategic Plan and how it will help build towards CLBC’s vision of ‘Communities of belonging, lives with the connection.
This video explains who Community Living BC is and who the organization supports.
Community Living BC Organization Values
Also, you can visit this page to read all of the archived email messages.