NEW SURVEY  CLICK this link: to complete the - West Coast Older Worker (WOWI) Employee Survey for 55+ better population

(when your survey is completed, your name will be entered into a draw to win a $100 Co-op Grocery store card!)


Westcoast Community Resources Society is participating in the community efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our offices in Ucluelet and Tofino will be closed to the public and client meetings until further notice. Although we are closing our physical doors, our services remain open and available to access during this time. If you are needing our services please reach out via the phone, email or the internet. The Transition House will remain open and available to women in need.

Women’s Outreach; Vickie Ackerman
email: PH: 250-726-5104

-Supporting women and their children to assist them in accessing, securing and developing the resources they need to achieve their goals.

Women’s Counselor; Robin Tagles
email: PH: 250-726-5269

-Women who are dealing with abusive / violent relationships or difficult transitions can contact Robin, our stopping the violence counselor. Robin is also offering a writing circle for women via the internet and plans to offer other workshops and groups online during this time.

Transition House; PH: 250-726-2020 TEXT: 250-266-0187
-Available 24 / 7 for women and children fleeing abusive situations.

Please check our web site for further information regarding services:

Our main office number 250-726-2343 will take messages and will be monitored.

Please note that the weekly Community Lunch, Volunteer Income Tax Program and Mindful Meditation will be suspended until further notice or alternative arrangements can be made.

Vancouver Island Crisis Line: 1-888-494-3888

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Making our community AGE-FRIENDLY


Networking & Engaging our community to participate

in programs and services,

activities and events

that support


on the WEST COAST. 



We can influence change...

towards a better quality of life

for all ages... 

by working together



We value the positive energy that our partners and volunteers bring in helping to 





8 PILLARS of an


Our guide for developing program & services for older adults

Outdoor Spaces & Buildings
Respect & Social Inclusion
Social Participation
Communication & Information
Civic Participation & Employment
Community Support & Service 

to read more click on the link below...

The World Health Organization