Our Programs

NVCSS offers a variety of services designed specifically to help foster growth, health and healing for individuals and families. Our services are deliberate in meeting individuals and families where they are situated, maximizing greater independence, strength and wellness.



NVCSS is fully accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This accreditation ensures we are meeting internationally developed standards in the provision of quality services and is achieved through an independent, external review to identify strengths and areas for improvement based on objective program expectations and guidelines. This accreditation is further accomplished through integrating a quality framework for business and service delivery.


Seeking Board Members

Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) is currently seeking  individuals to join its Board of Directors, with the opportunity to make an important contribution to the strategic direction and governance of the Society.
NVCSS is a vibrant and dynamic non-profit organization that serves the communities of Fraser Lake, Fort St. James and Vanderhoof. Since 1977 NVCSS has engaged in supporting children, youth, adults, and seniors, to promote and support independence and confidence in managing their daily lives while respecting the diversity within our communities.
If you are interested in knowing more about this opportunity or have questions, please contact Craig Smith at or 250.567.0929


Fort St. James Child Care Centre

Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) is excited to announce a partnership with the YMCA of Northern BC in offering a much anticipated and needed child-care facility for the Fort St. James community. The Fort St. James YMCA Child Care Centre will be located at 349 Stuart Dr. West, which is home to social services offered by NVCSS and other community partners. The construction and renovations are nearing completion, with plans to open the new facility in February 2017.

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