what we Offer

At PCRS we want to support and work with you. Whether you are looking for a job, a new home, or an education, our staff are here to help.

PCRS is closely monitoring the Coronavirus pandemic, and acting as quickly as possible to gather information and make decisions on a day by day basis. We are actively following the advice of the Federal Government and BC’s Medical Health Officer to do our part in flattening the curve of COVID-19 infection in BC. As such we have temporarily closed non-essential worksites.

Many of our non-essential sites are re-opening. We are following the guidelines of WorkSafeBC in creating Safety Plans for each of our sites. The common measures that we are taking to ensure the safety of our staff and participants are to: require self screening for everyone who accesses our sites, hand hygiene protocols, regular sanitizing of high touch surfaces, social distancing, physical barriers and PPE. If you are visiting one of our sites the Safety Plan will be in an accessible location for your review.

PCRS will continue to provide our essential services during this crisis as well as offering online and phone support to our participants.

Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS) has a 35-year history of providing a breadth of quality, accredited social services across British Columbia, including: education, employment, housing, substance use, mental health, and youth and family support services.

  • We provide youth with the opportunity to learn, improve, and explore their strengths and interests. We are committed to supporting young people acquire skills, confidence, and competence to be successful in their educational and employment pursuits. We believe that young people can achieve their goals and reach their full potential when they’re provided with support and resources along their educational journeys.

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  • We provide employment services to job seekers and employers in various communities to help participants prepare for employment, secure and maintain jobs, and gain meaningful work experience. Employment is a key component to quality of life. We believe that every person has the capacity and potential to be successful given the right support.

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  • We provide housing services that support vulnerable people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to maintain stable, long-term housing. We serve through street outreach, housing search, and housing-first programs. We are committed to and passionate about ending homelessness in our communities. We believe that housing is a right.

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  • We provide substance use and mental health services that meet participants where they’re at recognizing that participants have different relationships with substance use. With compassion and professionalism, we approach participants to help them see who they truly are outside of their addiction. We believe in striving to help them to live healthy, thriving, empowered lives.

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  • We provide a high-level of support to families, youths, and adults in the communities we serve. We encourage life skills, personal growth, and a sense of belonging and connection. We operate youth centres, one-on-one and group supports that engage youth through education, outreach, and case management. We believe that a sense of belonging for youth and families fosters healthy communities.

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