Virtual care in the time of COVID-19

(CCRR staff Nicole Harper (left) and Lisa McIntosh perform a rap song on YouTube for program participants)   Performing in rap videos was never something Lisa McIntosh thought she would ever be doing. A Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR) Coordinator for Sea...
Program Update from Sea to Sky Community Services

Program Update from Sea to Sky Community Services

Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS) continues to provide care, comfort and connection to individuals and families in the Corridor throughout the COVID-19 health crisis. We have stayed on the front lines and maintained the delivery of our services during the pandemic...
Feeding the hungry, building relationships

Feeding the hungry, building relationships

Pemberton Food Bank Coordinator Loralee Seitz accepts a donation from Pemberton Youth Soccer Association’s Alan Firth. Loralee Seitz is all too familiar with the face of hunger. For the past five years, Seitz has worked for Sea to Sky Community Services as...

Foundry Centre announced for Squamish

Squamish has been selected as one of eight communities to open a new Foundry Centre, offering critical supports and services for youth mental health and wellness. Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Judy Darcy announced today that Sea to Sky Community Services...

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...