Social service groups and organizations in the Chilliwack area.
Ann Davis Transition House provides shelter and support for abused women and their children.
The organization consists of three programs, the traditional Big Brothers Big Sisters programs and our newest addition, In-School Mentoring. All three programs match safe and caring volunteers with children between the ages of 7 and 12 years of age.
CCRR works with the community to strive for quality inclusive child care services that meet the needs of local families and promote the healthy development of children. CCRR offers free consultation, support, and referral services to parents seeking child care.
Chilliwack Community Services is a community-based charity dedicated tohelping meet the social needs of individuals in the Chilliwack area.
The Chilliwack Foundation is a non-profit organization that has served as a trustee of funds left in its care by public-spirited citizens in the Chilliwack area ever since its creation in 1985. All funds donated are held in trust and used to benefit organizations in the Chilliwack community.
Chilliwack Restorative Justice And Youth Advocacy Association is dedicated to providing the motivation and personal help to keep a first-time offender from becoming a repeat offender.
The Chilliwack Society for Community Living is a voluntary, non-profit organization whose goal is to promote and enhance the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.
InfoChilliwack.ca is a website where you can access up to date information about the range of health and social services and programs that are available to residents of Chilliwack.
Salvation Army Care & Share Centre offers a variety of programs and services to the community.