Head Office
300-30 East 6th Avenue
Vancouver BC V5T 1J4
Phone: 604-872-0770
Fax: 604-873-1758

CALL US TOLL FREE: 1-866-377-3670

For program information, please call us toll free, email us at .


Vancouver Downtown Eastside
112 West Hastings St., Vancouver, BC V6B 1G8
T: 604 872 0770
F: 604 873 1758

Kamloops North Shore
795 Tranquille Rd., Kamloops, BC V2B 3J3
T: 250 377 3670
F: 250 377 3695

Kamloops South Shore
100-275 Lansdowne St., Kamloops, BC V2C 6H6
T: 250 434 9441
F: 250 434 9442

Chase & District Satellite Office
822B Shuswap Ave, Chase, BC V0E 1M0
T: 250 679 84481
F: 250 679 8117

Unit D-291 Fairview Road, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0
T: 250 498 2911
F: 250 498 2944

Osoyoos Satellite Office
#4-9150 Main St RR 2, Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V2
T: 250 495 7731
F: 250 495 7797

639B Main Street, Lillooet, BC V0K 1V0
T: 250 256 7758
F: 250 256 7768

5674 Cowrie Street, Sechelt, BC, V0N 3A0
T: 604 885 3351
F: 604 885 3361

Gibsons Satellite Office
Unit 25-900 Gibsons Way, Gibsons, BC V0N 1V8
T: 604 886 7729
F: 604 886 7759


THRIVE Program
30 East 6th Avenue (third floor)
Vancouver, BC   V5T 1J4
Tel: 604-876-0773
Fax: 604-873-1758

Thrive is a unique and innovative program  designed to help people living with a mental health condition or illness develop skills and interests. The ultimate goal of the program is to support mental wellness through helping people actively participating in their communities.

Gardengate Horticulture Program
915 Southhill Street, Kamloops BC V2B 7Z9
T: 250 554 9453

Gardengate provides rehabilitation, skills, lifeskills training and vocational training for participants living with a mental health condition or illness, while providing volunteer opportunities for members of the community. Healthy Living workshops include sessions on gardening, nutrition, cooking, food preservation, building, crafts, mechanics, pre-employment skills and lifeskills.

JobOptions BC:
#4-9150 Main St RR 2, Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V2
T: 250 495 7731
F: 250 495 7797

An employment and skills training program that can help unemployed British Columbians, who are not EI eligible, to gain the skills, confidence and experience they need to find employment, or move on to further training.

    + Four to six weeks of classroom-based activities, including self-assessment, life skills and basic skills upgrading, including computer training, resume writing, short-term certificate training and job search skills. Groups usually include 10 to 12 participants.
    + Four to six weeks of further skills training and/or work experience in either an employer, community-based or volunteer work experience. These work experiences can give you updated skills and a recent reference to help you in your search for paid employment.
    + Follow-up support if you need additional help to find and maintain employment.

Call Toll Free 1-866-377-3670