Community Services Directory now available online

  • May. 19, 2015 2:00 p.m.

The Comox Valley Community Services Directory is now available free of charge atthe Creative Employment Access Society’s website www.ceas.ca.

The directory contains listings, program descriptions and contact information for more than 300 helping services available to Comox Valley residents. It is updated regularly to ensure the information is as current as possible.

“The directory has been available in print format for many years,” said CEAS executive director Bruce Brautigan. “By making it freely available on-line, we hope to bring the benefits of this wealth of information to the whole of our community.”

To be eligible to be listed, services offered must be available in the Comox Valley at no charge or provide pricing which is significantly reduced for people on low incomes. For more information, or to enquire about having a new service listed, contact directories@ceas.ca or call (250) 334-3119.

 

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