Who is CLBC?
CLBC, a crown corporation, works with individuals, families, service providers, community and government partners to help people have lives filled with possibilities in welcoming communities.
Community Living BC was first established on July 1, 2005 with the proclamation of the Community Living Authority Act. See other significant CLBC milestones here.
CLBC reports to the Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction through a Board of Directors, which also receives input from an Advisory Committee.
CLBC Strategic Plan
The CLBC Strategic Plan outlines Community Living British Columbia’s direction until 2020.
Indigenous Advisory Committee
Learn how CLBC's Indigenous Advisor and Advisory Committee help develop “lives filled with possibilities in welcoming communities” for people in BC’s First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities.
The CLBC Editorial Board works with CLBC to improve communication with the people we serve and ensure meaningful participation of individuals and families.
Self Advocate Advisor
Jessica Humphrey is CLBC’s Self Advocate Advisor. Jessica’s job is to listen to and learn from people CLBC supports all across the province.
Each year, CLBC produces reports to provide updates about our operations, key areas of focus, and how we are meeting our goals.
CLBC policies guide our operations and provide information about how CLBC supports eligible individuals and families.
Careers at CLBC
CLBC offers full-time career options, part-time employment, and opportunities to contribute in a meaningful way.