Usma works with families, Nuu-chah-nulth Nations, community partners and caregivers to support and ensure the health and safety of Nuu-chah-nulth children and youth.
Food bank on the edge co-ordinates donations of food and ensures food is distributed quickly and efficiently to people in need in both Ucluelet and Tofino.
Operated by Sea View Seniors Housing Society, this assisted living building is located in the growing Ucluelet community. It is a modern post-and-beam-styled building surrounded by gardens, patio areas and a walking path.
Support with filing a claim, requesting information about a pending or current claim, updating claim information or reporting.
Self referrals are welcome
Supporting families with infants from birth to 3 yrs.
Child Development support
Resource library able
If you are facing a difficult situation, call us now. We can help.
Adult Crisis Line: 250-723-4050
Youth Crisis Line: 250-723-2040
West Coast Toll Free: 1-800-588-8717 (24 hour)
- Child protection Services (off of Reserve and to non Nuu –chah-Nulth Aboriginal People off of Reserve)
- Youth probation Services (On and Off of reserve)
Contact for diabetes resources.
To connect toll-free to any government service. Available 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
Immunization appointments in Tofino & Ucluelet, prenatal/postnatal education, school health programs
The Vancouver Island Crisis Line is committed to bringing mental health wellness to all communities of Vancouver Island by providing accessible, 24 hour, 7 days a week, emotional telephone support during times of crisis, including connection to the Men
Pacific Rim National Park line for emergencies within the park
Recreation programs, Ucluelet Community Centre rentals, community events and information.
We deliver a broad range of high-quality educational and interpretive programs, such as interpretive walks, seminar series, school programs, and slideshows focused on the natural environment, cultures, and communities of the Clayoquot and Barkley Sound