Sea to Sky Community Resources
Various programs and services to help people of all ages in a crisis or with everyday challenges.
Squamish Helping Hands Society
Emergency Shelter and Drop In services, Hero’s Brown Bag lunch program, ReFeed Food Rescue program, and the Healthy Barber program.
Whistler Community Services Society
26 different programs and services, including the Food Bank, Helping Hand, Outreach Services, Re-Use It and Re-Built it Centre.
Whistler Survival Guide
Published annually by the Whistler Community Services Society, this booklet provides essential information about living and working in Whistler.
Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society / Whistler Women’s Centre
Offers support, referrals, resources and advocacy for women and their children. Programs include Multicultural Outreach Program for Women, First Nations Outreach, Safe/Transitional Housing, Women’s Centre Drop In.
Immigrant Services Society of BC
Services for immigrants including English Language Services for Adults (ELSA).
First Nations Employment Society
The FNES helps First Nations people achieve success in their careers.
Squamish Youth Centre
Drop-in and structured programs for local youth and young adults between ages 13-24.
Volunteer opportunities, community information, immigrant settlement services, computer tutoring and a resource centre.
Dress for Success
Helps low and no income women transition to the workforce by providing professional attire.
Sea to Sky Families / Whistler 4 Kids
Online resource for families living in the Sea to Sky Corridor. Includes childcare resources education, youth services and parent resources.
Provides online and telephone access to a variety of resources in the Sea to Sky Community.
Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC
Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week through the Crisis Line. Call 1-800-SUICIDE. Youth and adult chat lines are also available.