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Trail Association for Community Living (TACL) is committed to providing service and support to members of our community with significant barriers. We encourage all individuals to maximize their strengths while living and working interdependently within the community.
The Association advocates on behalf of individuals with significant barriers to enhance the quality of life, public understanding and community acceptance.
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How to enter a Adult Program offered by TACL, If you or a loved one is interested in attending a TACL program, please contact Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) and request a referral. All TACL programs require a CLBC referral directly from CLBC.
Adult program referrals are accepted through Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).
People may receive information on TACL services through their CLBC worker, by contacting TACL directly, exploring our website or through a TACL brochure.
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Child and Youth program referrals are accepted through Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD).
Referrals for service are received from a Ministry of Children and Youth with Special Needs Worker who will provide a summary of them to us the contractor when initiating services.
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Career Development Services (CDS) is an agency governed by the Trail Association for Community Living since 2006.
Since 1989, CDS staff have been providing support to individuals with significant barriers living within the Greater Trail communities. CDS started out by providing employment supports that respected the individual’s abilities and interests working strictly to provide these supports to those meeting the Community Living BC eligibility criteria.