L’Arche Comox Valley is a community of people with and without developmental disabilities, sharing our lives fully and helping each other to discover our hidden gifts. We are located in Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada.
Several of our core members and assistants live in Jubilee House, our supported residence. Our offices and studios are located in the I Belong Centre, where people come to participate in social and creative arts activities. The I Belong Centre is also home to the Vanier Suites, a co-housing community of several core members living semi-independently. In addition, L’Arche Comox Valley offers a supported independent living program for people living on their own.
L’Arche Comox Valley is a Registered Canadian Charity # 89995-7351-RR0001; BC Registered Society # S0030771
Our new Winter 2019 Activity Guide is now available for you to view at this link:
The registration form is available online here: IBC Registration Form
You can also pick up an Activity Guide at the I Belong Centre (1465 Grieve Avenue, Courtenay).
OUR NEW EVENTS CALENDAR is now online! To view upcoming L’Arche Comox Valley events, visit this link: http://larchecomoxvalley.org/events/
In collaboration with a number of Comox Valley agencies and with a grant from L’Arche Canada, we’ve put together a local Resource Guide for Adults With All Abilities. This provides users with services related to housing, transportation, employment, recreation, and much more. Print copies are available from the L’Arche office (a small fee is requested to cover costs), or you can access it online here: Comox Valley Resource Guide
Position: Community Leader/Executive Director Start date: May or June 2020 Location: L’Arche Comox Valley, Courtenay, BC Salary: Commensurate with experience Duration: Permanent Full Time Responsible To: L’Arche Comox Valley Board of Directors &... Read More
L’Arche International has made public the results of an independent inquiry, which reveals that Jean Vanier was involved in sexual misconduct with adult women without disabilities. We feel a sense of responsibility to... Read More