BRITISH COLUMBIA ABORIGINAL NETWORK ON DISABILITY SOCIETY

The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, or as 

  it is more commonly known BCANDS, is a provincial, not-for profit

  Indigenous organization. Since 1991 BCANDS has provided disability

  and health related services to British Columbia's 203 First Nation

 communities and to Indigenous (First Nation, Métis and Inuit) 

  individuals and families residing within BC's urban and rural centres.

BCANDS Mission

“Supporting the unique and comprehensive disability, health and resource needs of Indigenous persons and organizations across British Columbia, through relevant, timely and accessible client services”

BCANDS VISION

“Healthy Indigenous persons, families and communities, at all ages and at all levels, achieved through quality and relevant BCANDS health information / resources and support service’s and through responsive and inclusive BCANDS disability related programs and services.”

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