Health Services for Community Living

Health Services for Community Living

Health Services for Community Living (HSCL) provides professional consultation, care planning, education, advocacy and direct care to adults with developmental disabilities. 

This non-emergency services adds to and complements existing formal and informal community services.

  • Nursing
  • Rehabilitation
  • Nutrition
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Dysphagia

HSCL addresses the importance of health in its broadest sense, i.e. optimal physical, emotional and intellectual health for the individual in their community. 

Services are free of charge.  This service delivery is carried out in partnership with Community Living BC.

Community Living BC provides support and services through funds from the BC Ministry of Housing and Social Development to adults living with developmental disabilities and their families in British Columbia.

 

General Information on Health Services for Community Living

Referral Required?
Required
Contact Us

South Island
250-388-2273
Toll-Free 1-888-533-2273

Central Island
250-739-5749
Toll-Free 1-877-734-4101

North Island
250-331-8570
Toll-Free 1-866-928-4988

Locations

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

2400 Arbutus Rd
Victoria, B.C.
V8N 1V7

250-519-5390

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