The LRCA believes that all people thrive best when they are connected. Connection creates a sense of belonging and builds strong community.
In order to help our community feel connected, we offer the following programs and services:
The Family Support Program is an intervention program designed to address familial stress and to reduce the requirement for child protection intervention in those families who have been approved by the Family & Youth Support Services Screening Committee.
This program operates on an outreach basis for youth between the ages of 13 to 18 who may be experiencing problems at home, in school, or are experiencing conflict in their lives.
Do you need a hand completing your income tax and benefit form? If so, our Community Volunteer Income Tax program may be for you.
The LRCA Volunteer Counselling Program offers individuals the opportunity to engage in a process to develop the skills necessary to face life’s challenges, and to support individuals in their goal of healthy mental health.
Ladysmith Victim Services program has an office within the RCMP Detachment building, which is now located at 320 6th Avenue.
Supporting members of the community who seek resolutions to conflict and crime in ways that are based on learning, restoration and healing.