James Bay Community Project
To build healthy, inclusive community in James Bay and beyond by operating and facilitating programs and services that support families, youth, seniors, individuals and groups.
James Bay Community Project and Capital City Volunteers serves the James Bay Community and beyond supporting Youth, Families, Seniors and Adults with Disabilities.
Some of the programs we provide are:
Seniors and Adults with Disabilities.
Outreach services are available to low income seniors and adults with a disability living independently in the James Bay area without the support of family or friends. Outreach services may include:
assessing eligibility for one on one volunteer services
providing information on programs and services
linking and referral to community resources
Volunteer Services: Light gardening, friendly visiting, driving, downsizing and de-cluttering, shopping and errands
Macular Degeneration & Low Vision Support
Blood Pressure Clinic
Seniors Connections: Weekly lunch for seniors who are isolated or experiencing health concerns
Victoria Better at Home: Helping seniors stay in their own home — light housework, minor home repairs and non-medical drives (fees for Better at Home are charged on a sliding scale).
Families: Programs and Drop-ins
Toddler Time Drop-in
Creative Play Drop-in
Baby Group: for new mothers and their babies
Mother Goose: For parents and their babies birth to 12 month
Welcome Drop-in: For new immigrants and their children birth to 5 years
Triple P Parenting: Building healthy parent-child relationships, 2.5 years to 10 years
Cool Cues Social Skills Group: For 8-10 yrs.
Youth and Family Outreach: Support, information, referrals, parent-teen mediation and mentoring. Services are available to youth 13-19 years old and their families. We are focused on working with families living in James Bay, Fairfield, Oak Bay and Downtown.