11 December, 2018

STEPPING STONES EMERGENCY SHELTER PROGRAM EMERGENCY SUPPORT WORKER

2018-12-11T23:51:09+00:00

Stepping Stones is the only emergency shelter in the West Kootenay’s, serving an area from Kaslo to Creston, Nelson to Trail.  Housing up to 17 people in five bunk-style bedrooms, with a stay of up to 30 days. It is a low barrier, drug-and-alcohol free, safe environment. Reporting to the Front Line Supervisor, the Emergency [...]

STEPPING STONES EMERGENCY SHELTER PROGRAM EMERGENCY SUPPORT WORKER2018-12-11T23:51:09+00:00
5 November, 2018

Community Connect Day

2018-11-05T16:36:22+00:00

Nelson's Community Connect Day Saturday, November 17 10 am to 3 pm Central School Gym (at Ward and Mill Street) Are you struggling to make ends meet?  Many of us are! Once a year the Nelson Committee on Homelessness hosts Community Connect Day - a “marketplace” of FREE services, goods, resources and information for anyone [...]

Community Connect Day2018-11-05T16:36:22+00:00
18 October, 2018

History of Lakeside Place

2018-10-18T22:07:55+00:00

Here is an interested bit of history on Lakeside Place by "The Kutne Reader" Please click here to access the  full article. Lakeside Bungalow Court I had a call recently from Mitzi Hufty, who was reminiscing about the old Lakeside Motel in Nelson — presently being demolished to make way for Lakeside Place , a [...]

History of Lakeside Place2018-10-18T22:07:55+00:00
18 October, 2018

Emergency Support Worker – Casual

2018-11-01T21:55:14+00:00

POSITION: EMERGENCY SUPPORT WORKER – CASUAL Stepping Stones is the only emergency shelter in the West Kootenay, serving an area from Kaslo to Creston, Nelson to Trail. Housing up to 17 people in five bunk-style bedrooms, with a stay of up to 30 days. It is a low barrier, drug-and-alcohol free, safe environment. Reporting to [...]

Emergency Support Worker – Casual2018-11-01T21:55:14+00:00
11 October, 2018

Bill Lynch CD release benefit for Affordable Housing

2018-10-11T15:26:52+00:00

Bill Lynch has teamed up with Nelson CARES Society to present his new CD Would You Speak on My Behalf at the Capitol Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 17 where he will be joined by 16 internationally-renowned Kootenay musicians. “For me this is not just a CD release,” Lynch said. “It is also a celebration of [...]

Bill Lynch CD release benefit for Affordable Housing2018-10-11T15:26:52+00:00
2 October, 2018

At Risk & Homeless Youth

2018-10-02T20:31:56+00:00

OCTOBER 10TH PUBLIC FORUM LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS FOR YOUTH AT-RISK WITH GUEST SPEAKER KATHERINE MCPARLAND As part of BC’s Homelessness Action Week (HAW) (Oct 8 to 12) the public is invited to a free Public Forum on At-Risk and Homeless Youth on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 AT 5PM at the Adventure Hotel Ballroom with Guest [...]

At Risk & Homeless Youth2018-10-02T20:31:56+00:00
25 September, 2018

Administrative and Property Management Assistant

2018-10-25T21:15:01+00:00

Nelson CARES Society is a not-for-profit organization that provides programs and initiatives in advocacy, housing, employment, support services, and environmental stewardship. The Evening Property Management Assistant will work to provide administrative assistance and tenant support to the Nelson CARES Society Ward Street Place Program. The position will offer property management, administrative support and some basic [...]

Administrative and Property Management Assistant2018-10-25T21:15:01+00:00
3 July, 2018

The Advocacy Centre honours young artist

2018-07-12T15:35:51+00:00

LVR student Mikaela Rubak-Mazur is the winner of The Advocacy Centre’s art competition focusing on human rights and the exercise of legal rights. The Advocacy Centre, in collaboration with the Legal Services Society of BC, held the competition earlier this year and invited secondary school students in the region to make submissions. “We were impressed [...]

The Advocacy Centre honours young artist2018-07-12T15:35:51+00:00