Community Services

The Social Development Department is committed to developing, managing and delivering health and well being programs and services which provide the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc (TteS) membership with income support, skill development, and other opportunities, as well as many learning resources to help the community thrive economically and socially. The TTES Social Development department assists community members in the areas of:

  • Income Assistance
  • Indian Status/Registration
  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling
  • Community Health
  • Aboriginal Justice & Alternative Measures
  • Homemaking & Assisted Living
  • Family Support and Crisis Support
  • Youth, Sports & Recreation
  • Elder Programming
  • Cultural Teaching
  • Informational Workshops and Parenting Programs
  • Counseling Referrals/Resources

Annually the Social Development Department hosts the TTES Community Easter, Halloween and Christmas parties, and partners with Secwépemc Child and Family Services and Q’wemtsin Health Society to host the TTES Community Picnic and Heath Fair. The department hosts the Annual TTES Women’s Retreat in February and the Elder’s Retreat in September. These events take a lot of cooperation and dedication from not only Social Development and partners, but also from the Janitorial and Security teams. Social Development thanks all of our event partners for all you do!

For more information regarding the Income Assistance Program please contact Winterswan Casimir, BSDW (250) 314-1522. For access to the Aboriginal Affairs Income Assistance Social Development Manual: Social Development Policy and Procedures Manual BC Region

For more information regarding programs and services please contact Social Development (250) 828-9810 or for specific information please access the individual staff contact details in the Employee Directory of this website.

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