Information Session for Caregivers

Wednesday, June 19th from 9:00 am – 11:00 am at Tzeachten First Nation Hall (45855 Promontory Road, Chilliwack) OR Wednesday, June 19th from 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm at Kwantlen First Nation Cultural Centre (23907 Gabriel Lane, Fort Langley) Kindly RSVP to Natalie Brandon via telephone 604.858.0113 or email [email protected]

Information Session for Stakeholders

Please join us for an Information Session about important changes to our delivery system. Thursday, June 13th from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at Mamele’awt Aboriginal Education Centre (3277 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford) OR Thursday, June 13th from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the Neighbourhood Learning Centre (46361 Yale Road, Chilliwack) Kindly RSVP to Jill.Hammond via telephone 604.858.0113 or email … Read More

Spring FVACFSS Newsletter

Left to right: Sheradon Roberts, Angelina Gosselin, Judy Douglas, Marion Mussell, Tammy Bartz, Dianne Garner, Paula Olmstead. Helen Joe, Peter John. Missing: Helen Joe. Welcome to the Spring FVACFSS Newsletter. We would like to share some of the highlights from this past winter which was busy and productive, as well as tell you about our activities and plans for the … Read More

FVACFSS – Winter 2018 Newsletter

Left to right: Sheradon Roberts, Angelina Gosselin, Judy Douglas, Marion Mussell, Tammy Bartz, Dianne Garner, Paula Olmstead. Helen Joe, Peter John. Missing: Helen Joe.   Welcome to the Winter 2018 edition of our quarterly newsletter. We would like to wish our stakeholders, partners, staff and the families we serve a beautiful holiday season as we honour our winter traditions and … Read More

FVACFSS – Fall 2018 Newsletter

Left to right: Tammy Bartz, Angelina Gosselin, Helen Joe, Peter John, Marion Mussell, Sheradon Roberts, Billi Jo Pike, Dianne Garner, Paula Olmstead. Welcome to our new quarterly newsletter, one of several ways we are improving how we, the Board of Directors at FVACFSS and the agency, communicate to our stakeholders and partners. We will be letting you know about news … Read More

Elder’s Retreat

FVACFSS has an Elders Advisory Committee of 12 Elders representing various First Nations Bands in the Stó:lō territory as well some urban Elders. They ensure we are delivering services in a culturally appropriate and sensitive way. They meet with social workers and their clients to give recommendations on how the social workers and families can support the children and families … Read More

Youth Vision and Voices Date and Location

The date and location for the Youth Visions and Voices featuring Mike Scott is now available!  On October 24th (beginning at 3:30PM) and October 25th (beginning at 11AM) we will be gathered at Yale Secondary, 34620 Old Yale Rd, Abbotsford. Youth Visions and Voices will capture the perspectives  of current and former youth and children in care  to give feedback, ideas  and suggestions … Read More

Gathering Our Wisdom

FVACFSS is pleased to present a best practice two-day forum in Aboriginal Social Wellness Work.  The forum will be held on May 27-28, 2014 and located at Squiala First Nation in Chilliwack, BC. The forum theme is: Momíyelhtel kw’es me xwe yeláwel ey te shxwelís ye stá:xwelhtset “Helping one another to create the best spirit for our children”. Keynote and … Read More


ATTENTION: ABORIGINAL YOUTH – Theresa Warbus, Youth Engagement Worker for FVACFSS/MCFD is looking for Aboriginal Youth aged 14-24. The goal is to engaging young people in a positive way, hearing what they have to say, eliminating barriers to their participation, and supporting them to have a voice in service delivery while enhancing the development of their own cultural identity that … Read More

FVACFSS Announces Women’s Wellness Gathering in March!

FVACFSS is pleased to announce the Women’s Wellness Gathering will be taking place on March 25-26 at Camp Squeah, 27915 Trans Canada Highway, Hope BC. This two-day and one-night gathering in a confidential, safe environment is for Aboriginal women to build support systems and learn the importance of holistic self care.  Space is limited and will be first-come, first-served based … Read More