About Us

PCRS is an award-winning, accredited, not-for-profit society providing quality social services in the Lower Mainland since 1984.

our VISION

Everyone thriving in strong, healthy communities.

our Mission

Inspiring healthy and inclusive communities through leadership and collaboration.

Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS) provides a range of services including education programs, employment, housing, and addiction counselling and prevention programs for youth, adults, and families from a variety of backgrounds and orientations. Our Strategic Vision (2016-2019) reflects the excellent work of PCRS and inspires us to do what we do best: deliver effective services to our participants and our community.

We are an award-winning, accredited, not-for-profit society serving Lower Mainland communities since 1984. We partner with individuals, businesses, other agencies, and governments to achieve our mission.

PCRS services operate on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish and Nlaka’pamux First Nations.

Charitable registration number: #107775785 RR0001

Get to Know Us

  • Diversity Hands | PCRS

    our
    values

    PCRS is proud to be a leading social service provider. A huge part of what defines us are the values we bring to the work we do.

    Our Values
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    board of
    directors

    Our Board of Directors brings a range of experience and valuable skills that guide PCRS.

    Meet the Directors

management
Team

Our agency staff leadership is a dedicated team of hardworking social services professionals.

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Awards

PCRS is the proud recipient of a over 35 international, national, provincial and local awards.

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Work
with us

PCRS seeks skilled, diverse staff who share our values. We are an equal opportunity and living wage employer.

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More Information

  • Reports

    Want to learn more about the work we do? Check out our reports.

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  • Privacy, Ethics & Confidentiality

    There is information here about how we work hard to protect the rights of the people we serve.

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  • How To Make A Complaint

    What if you feel that things haven’t been done properly?

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