YMCA Child Care Centre
Friday June 9, at 11:00am
349 Stuart Drive
Fort St. James BC
Nechako Valley Community Services Society is a registered non-profit social services agency, established in 1977, that provides support, education and empowerment to individuals andRead More…
NVCSS offers a variety of services designed specifically to help foster growth, health and healing for individuals and families. Our services are deliberate inRead More…
NVCSS is fully accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This accreditation ensures we are meeting internationally developed standards in theRead More…
Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) is currently seeking individuals to join its Board of Directors, with the opportunity to make an important contributionRead More…
The Mobile Work Crew was delighted to officially unveil their new 2013 Ford F150 at Nechako Valley Community Services at 11:30 am on Monday, March 27th. The newly applied decals recognize its generous donation by Rio Tinto Alcan and Integris Credit Union. In attendance were members of the Mobile Work Crew, representatives from Rio Tinto Alcan and Integris Credit Union as well as Mayor Theissen and various other stakeholders and community members.
Created in 2002, The Mobile Work Crew, is a non-profit enterprise operated under the stewardship of Nechako Valley Community Services to provide gainful employment to an eager and enthusiastic team of individuals with diverse abilities. The crew is willing and able to provide affordable, quality work including odd jobs, firewood delivery, yard work, home care, snow removal and more. The Crew has gratefully received continuous, growing support from loyal customers and generous donations from local businesses including the use of land, equipment, wood and items for silent auction fundraisers.
2017 marks Nechako Valley Community Services 40th year of service to the communities of Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and Fort St. James. The Society continues to grow and offer more programming supporting individuals and families. Currently programs serve individuals and families from birth to seniors. For more information on programs and services please visit www.nvcss.ca. NVCSS will be celebrating the anniversary in many ways throughout the year, including extending an open invitation to a Family Fun Day on Saturday, July 29.
Parent’s First Aid – Come join us for training in some First Aid basics every busy parent should know.
– Learn Bandaging
– Infant CPR
– What to do when baby is choking
– What would you like to learn?
Date: Feb. 16, 2017
Time: 10:00 – 1:00
Location: Tl’azt’en Health Center
Babysitting Provided – 12 Seats Available
Call Farrah 250-648-3350