Care, connection and community during COVID-19

Julie Van Eesteren misses seeing the smiling faces of the children and heartfelt hugs from moms she used to see every week. An Early Years Coordinator for Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS), Van Eesteren facilitates the Supporting Parents Along the Road to...

SSCS COVID-19 Community Update

During the COVID-19 health crisis, Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS) continues to provide essential services necessary for the care, comfort, health and safety of communities in the Sea to Sky Corridor. We are also doing our utmost to minimize person-to-person...
Program Update from Sea to Sky Community Services

Program Update from Sea to Sky Community Services

SSCS continues to operate and offer our programs and services. However, our offices remain closed to the public during this health crisis. To contact program staff, book an appointment or make inquiries, please email community@sscs.ca for services in Squamish, and...
Helping children find more success in the corridor

Helping children find more success in the corridor

Event taught child ‘executive function’ strategies to parents and teachers  When Annie McDonald heard “executive function” expert Sarah Ward talk about how to support good mental skills in children, she knew right away that she had to bring the popular...
Making a house into a home

Making a house into a home

Finding happiness, purpose and family at Sea to Sky Community ServicesToday, families come in all sorts of wonderfully diverse shapes and sizes. There are nuclear families, single and same-sex parent families, mixed families, extended families—and everything...