Contacts for south, north and central island Community Health Offices.
The Brain Injury Program (BIP) is an island wide community based program that provides services to assist in the regaining, improving or maintaining function and independence for adults with acquired brain injuries.
Adult Day Services help improve the health and quality of life for seniors and people with disabilities.
Publicly funded home support service delivery on Southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands is transitioning to Island Health.
Case Managers assist clients with chronic health care needs to obtain home and community care services such as Adult Day Services, Home Support, Assisted Living and Residential Care.
Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL) is a self-managed care option for home support services where funds are provided to eligible clients to purchase and manage their own home support services.
If you find it hard to bathe safely in your own home, even with support, you may benefit from community bathing programs.
Registered dietitians can help you with your nutritional health while you continue to live at home.
Convalescent Care is short-term care for medically stable clients who no longer need acute care in hospital, but do need more time to recover before returning home.
Home Health Monitoring is a free service to support people living chronic disease to manage their condition from the comfort of their home.
Home Support is care provided in your home by Community Health Workers who are directed by a nurse.
Hospice palliative care, also called end-of-life care, includes a range of services for dying people of all ages, including children, and their families.