Services Directory ready for sale

The 2011 Comox Valley Community Services Directory is now up to date and ready for sale at the Job Shop.

More than 40 per cent of the services represented in this annual directory updated their entries.

For $28 (HST included) you get quick access to contacts and information about approximately 400 local organizations. Directories can be purchased at the Job Shop at 103–555 Fourth St., Courtenay, or online at

This easy-to-use directory provides a quick reference guide to services and resources organized by category, from Aboriginal Organizations, Food, Health, Housing, to Youth. Details on programs and services are included with each alphabetized listing.

Creative Employment Access Society (CEAS) is honoured to continue publishing this annual directory, formerly produced by Crossroads Crisis Centre. On behalf of the community at large, CEAS thanks the staff and volunteers of the former centre for its 13 years of directory publishing.

CEAS will be able to continue this service to the community if the numbers of copies sold meet labour and printing costs. Every book sold helps.

— Creative Employment Access Society

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