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Supported Employment

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living’s Supported Employment Program assists individuals seeking employment within our community. We network with businesses in the community, provide on the job support, and provide the community with job ready individuals to fill the job market shortage. Individuals must have approval from Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) prior to being accepted into the program.

Our Process

We create, develop, and implement innovative services to assist individuals with their employability skills to fulfill their desire to live independent and dignified lives. This process involves assessing the individual’s strengths are, and what barriers or challenges they face. An employment plan is then created. In some situations, we also assist individuals to create and implement services that would benefit our community, while providing an opportunity for paid employment

We offer teaching and supports based on an individual’s personal needs at work. We support them in designing employment to match their abilities, setting up interview like meetings, and coach and teach the skills needed for individuals to keep their job.

Our services are funded by Community Living BC (CLBC).  To access our services, you must first be eligible through CLBC. Please refer to the Community Living BC eligibility page for more information.

Find Us

10251  100th Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 1Y8

We are CARF Accredited

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) has awarded FSJACL another three year accreditation in 2023, the highest level of accreditation available. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CARF

Land Acknowledgement

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living is committed to building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous peoples. We would like to gratefully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation, in Treaty 8 Territory, also part of the Métis Nation homeland, and we thank them for their hospitality.

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