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.
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.
Our STV Women's Counsellor, Cheryl Koulouris, has resigned her position. We are sorry to see her leave. This position will be filled as soon as possible.
Please see What We Do >> Groups for information on the: Bridges Program for Women and the Transitions Program for Men.
We are pleased to announce that Liz Amaral has returned to NCSC as the Parenting Counsellor/Educator.
Please see What We Do and Groups to see Parenting Courses coming up.
Women's Outreach Worker
Ernestine [Ernie] Wood has been hired in this position.
Plesae see above or 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.
The latest new position at NCSC is that of the Youth Outreach Worker. This has been filled by Kerry Donnelly. This program is in partnership with the Kootenay Lake School District with the intention to begin filling the ever-widening gap between Nelson's at-risk youth and the supports they so absolutely need..
A large portion of Kerry's work will be comprised of roaming around town and connecting with youth. For more information or to make a referral call Kerry at 250-352-9595 ext. 201.