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Since our incorporation as a society 18 years ago, the Sunshine Coast Community Resource Centre (also known as CRC) has been one of the Coast’s key service providers and our plan is to continue to carry on this tradition. We have formed a partnership with Sunshine Coast Community Services Society to assist in the delivery of our programs.

Our mission is to “inform, refer, educate, and empower our community, one person at a time.”

The Community Resource Centre is a hub of Coast wide information! Our services and programs are constantly growing and changing depending on the needs of the community. We can help connect you with the local service providers and government agencies who have the expertise to get the assistance you may need. To learn more about our programs and services, click here: Our Services.

 

For 24/7 information & referral to local community, social or government services dial 2-1-1 or visit bc211

The Progress Plan

Click HERE for more information about the Progress Plan – our community planning project for women’s economic well-being along the Sunshine Coast.

Community Connections for Seniors

Community Connections for Seniors was a project of the Community Resource Centre, funded by the New Horizons for Seniors program of the federal government.  This project came out of the needs of our large and growing seniors population and to recent community consultations telling us that it is challenging for seniors to get information about  government, community and social services.

The purpose of this project was to better understand the information needs of seniors on the Sunshine Coast, and to begin to address those needs.  We held eight community meetings up and down the coast, each led by two local senior volunteers. Seniors shared their concerns and ideas about how they get information and connect to the community and had an opportunity to connect with their neighbours over lunch. Information on current programs and services was also provided.

Community Connections for Seniors Final Notes and Recommendations from the project.

 

Sunshine Coast Seniors Planning Table

We are pleased to welcome Alison Leaney as the coordinator for the newly formed Seniors Planning Table, generously support by the Sunshine Coast Community Foundation.

Click here for the Seniors Planning Table: Mission, Vision, Terms of Reference and Priorities

For more information, please contact us.

Drop-in to our office

We are located at 5520 Trail Avenue in Sechelt (the old library building beside the Shell Gas Station). The entrance is to the left, at the back of the building.

Our mailing address is P.O. Box 1443, Sechelt, BC V0N 3A0

General office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. We are closed Fridays, weekends and holidays.

Please call 604.885.4088 to ensure someone is here to help you or to make an appointment.

 

We would love to hear from you!

Send your questions, requests for information or thoughts, by email to info@communityresources.ca or call us at 604.885.4088.