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British Columbia Service Partners

Our Inclusive Workforce Specialists in BC work collaboratively with Service Partners to increase the collective impact and employment outcomes of people with disabilities - people with diverse talent. 


Abbotsford, BC, Canada

Archway Community Services offers 90+ programs for community members in Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Langley as well as an international program in India.

We help “Build Connections for Employment” through one-on-one employment coaching, training for job seekers, and professional mentorship, to explore opportunities for accessing the Canadian labour market.

From providing employment readiness sessions, networking events and topical workshops the Employment Mentors program assists immigrants in gaining valuable knowledge and an understanding of Canadian workplace culture and employment pathways in Canada.

Aspire Richmond

Richmond, BC, Canada

For 40 years Aspire Richmond has provided exceptional programs and services for infants with special needs, children and adults with developmental disabilities. Richmond’s largest non-profit social service provider, Aspire helps more than 1000 people with developmental disabilities each year to lead thriving, connected, happy lives. Aspire also helps family members access programs and services, ensuring quality of care throughout the lifespan of the individual supported.

BC Centre for Employment Excellence

British Columbia, Canada

The BC Centre for Employment Excellence is based in Vancouver and set up as a division of the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation, an established national non-profit, non-partisan, social policy research organization.

The Centre was created to meet the knowledge and development needs of the employment services sector and the employer community in British Columbia on issues related to employment programs and practices.

The BC Centre for Employment Excellence is funded in whole or in part by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia under the Canada–BC Labour Market Development Agreement.

Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI)

Burnaby, BC, Canada


BEST is a service developed by BACI to empower individuals to find jobs and make meaningful contributions to the communities in which they live. We assist individuals of varying abilities to find and maintain employment that matches their skills and interests.

We collaborate with employers to help them diversify to the greatest extent possible, to ensure that both employer and employee are satisfied. Our effective personalized service focuses on meeting employers’ business needs through positive and innovative employment solutions.

CBI Consultants

Burnaby, BC, Canada

L.E.A.P. is a FREE employment program for youth and young adults developed by CBI Consultants and funded by the Employment and Social Development Canada for the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy Program with a focus on youth facing employment barriers. The youth or young adults may be living with developmental and mental health challenges, be Indigenous or have other barriers to employment.

The program is offered in the Greater Vancouver Area by CBI Consultants, as well as Edmonton, Alberta and Kenora, Ontario through WJ Stelmaschuk and Associates Ltd (WJS).



Are You A Job Seeker Or Worker With A Disability Looking To Unlock Your Full Potential In The Workforce?

Look no further! CCRW is here to support you every step of the way with our comprehensive Employment Services. CCRW believes that everyone deserves equal opportunities, and they are dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities thrive in their professional lives.

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

British Columbia, Canada

Links to Employment helps job seekers with persistent and multiple barriers reach their goals of obtaining meaningful training, volunteer work, and/or employment. The program provides a full range of support and services that are incorporated into a comprehensive treatment plan that is delivered through a Primary Care Centre.


Employment can be central to an individual’s recovery and growth as employment is a structured, purposeful activity that can enhance self-esteem and a sense of well-being within society. Employment and education are also a vital aspect of fostering connection, wellness, and resilience for members of a diverse community.

Launched in 2020, the Links to Employment program is a partnership between the Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division (CMHA BC) and the University of British Columbia (UBC).

Canucks Autism

British Columbia, Canada

Ready, Willing & Able (RWA) is a national initiative that engages, educates and supports employers to hire people on the autism spectrum or with an intellectual disability. Canucks Autism Network is a RWA partner, co-delivering the program with Inclusion BC in British Columbia.

If you are an individual on the spectrum looking for work, or an employer interested in inclusive hiring, we can help you reach your goals.

The Canucks Autism Network Skills Training Employment Program (CAN-STEP) empowers Autistic youth and adults (ages 15-30) with skills and work experience to better prepare  for successful employment.

Over the course of 12 weeks, participants receive paid classroom training (6 weeks) and work experience (6 weeks)* opportunities in the Lower Mainland. CAN-STEP is currently being offered with a focus on the hospitality industry.

Capilano University

North Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Career Development Centre (CDC) works with students and alumni to develop skills and gain knowledge to achieve their career goals. Our programming and services support students and alumni to develop confidence and adaptability, enabling them to articulate their strengths and navigate their careers throughout their lifetime.

Developmental Disabilities Association

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Jobs West enables people with developmental disabilities to prepare for, find & maintain community-based employment placements.

Jobs West is an employment program affiliated with Developmental Disabilities Association. Jobs West has been in operation since 1985 and works with employers and adults with developmental disabilities.

Douglas College

New Westminster, BC, Canada

The Douglas College Career Centre is where students and grads build their careers. Whether you’re a student who wants to gain skills and experience through full- or part-time work, a grad seeking your dream job, or an employer looking to hire, the Career Centre has got you covered.

Down Syndrome Resource Foundation

Burnaby, BC, Canada

DSRF’s Employment Support Program offers one to one, personalized support for individuals whether seeking employment, needing support in their current job, or working on specific employment goals leading to promotion or new job opportunities.

We offer instruction and coaching to obtain meaningful paid employment. Individual sessions focus on identifying skills and interests, resume building, applying for a position, and interviewing. Our employment support specialists provide hands-on support and training to employers, managers, and co-workers. They also assess the work environment for appropriate modifications and adaptations to support the job seeker. Once employment commences, support and check-ins with both the job seeker and the workplace will ensure a smooth transition into the workforce.

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