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Our Mission

The Nelson Community Services Centre (NCSC) assists people to define the issues affecting them and to determine their own resolutions in recognition of the fact that all individuals and families at some time experience difficulty in their lives.

Further, the NCSC maintains program flexibility to allow us to respond, in cooperation with government and other organizations, to the changing needs in our community.

We value

  • Each person's right to be heard, to be safe, to have information, to make choices and to take control of one's life.
  • Accessible, free programs and services.
  • Ethical service delivery.
  • Non-discrimination.
  • Confidentiality.
  • Teamwork.
  • Being connected to our community and grass roots.
  • All components of a healthy community.
  • Professionalism in our work.
  • Respect for each other and our skills, experiences

Internet safety

Before you go any further, if you believe that you're at risk of abuse (or even worried that you may be at risk), the NCSC wants you to be aware that every web page you visit is recorded by your web browser.

If this concerns you, please take a moment to learn how to cover your tracks.

If you're worried that these precautions may still not be enough, please try to visit this site using a PC somewhere safer - like the public library.

Latest News:

Common Childhood Challenges

A Video Course and Discussion Group facilitated by Liz Amaral. See  “What we Do” tab, under workshops.



Please see What We Do >> Groups for information on the: Transitions Progrm for Men which will run again fall 2014. Registrations are being accepted now.

The Bridges Program for Women will not be running Fall 2014.  This program is being re-evaluated. Look for it again Spring 2015.


Job Openings:  

If you are interested in a casual position at the Aimee Beaulieu Transition House, please submit a resume as openings do occur from time to time.