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Dawson Creek Society for Community Living

Annual General Report

Dawson Creek Society for Community Living (DCSCL) has strove to become better with every passing year and this year has been no different.  For 64 years, DCSCL has been a contributing member of the community, advocating for the most vulnerable and ensuring the needs of persons with disabilities and seniors are met through the provision of outstanding service and diversification of resources.

We continue to work very hard to improve upon the high standards that we have built our reputation on to ensure our continued efficiency, effectiveness and overall excellence in service provision.


Keep up to date on everything going on at DCSCL! You can read the newsletters available for download on this page, or stay current with items in our News & Events section of the website. Please note downloadable newsletters are in PDF format and require PDF reader software to open and view.


DCSCL is working hard to format all our handbooks into web friendly options so people can easily access them anytime they would like. There will be printed copies of the various handbooks available at the Administration Office for those that prefer printed material. If the handbook you are looking for is not here, please keep checking back because that means we are still working on it.

Seniors Aging in Place (SAIP) Program

The Seniors Aging in Place (SAIP) program provides supports and services to bolster a person’s ability to continue living independently at home.

The program is available to residents who are 65 years or older and residing within Electoral Area D and portions of Electoral Area E within the Peace River Regional District.

SAIP is funded and administered by the Peace River Regional District (PRRD). The services are delivered by Dawson Creek Society for Community Living (DCSCL).

Complaint Process

Sometimes, despite our best efforts, unfortunate things happen. If at anytime you have a concern with something you've seen or experienced, we ask that you give us the chance to make things right, so please do not hesitate to contact us immediately. If desired or needed, a neutral third party can be made available. Your concerns are taken very seriously and will be rectified to the best of our abilities in a timely manner. Please see the plain language complaint form attached to the right.

If DCSCL is unable to satisfy your needs, there are other relevant authorities that will help you, including but not limited to:

  • CLBC
  • Inclusion BC
  • Assisting Living Registrar
  • Local Licensing Officer
  • Ombudsman
  • The Information and Privacy Commission

There will be no retaliation for making a complaint.

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1334 102 Avenue,
Dawson Creek, BC, V1G 2C6

Phone: 250.782.2611
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We are CARF Accredited

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities has awarded the Dawson Creek Society for Community Living another three year accreditation, the highest level of accreditation available.

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