Services for Adults are funded by Community Living British Columbia. Currently we provide Employment and Community Inclusion programs as well as support to individuals living
Cedar Crest provides Self Help Skills services to adults referred to the program by the local Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) staff. These individuals require non-residential support in order to maximize their independence. The services are provided in the community of 100 Mile House and are based at one of several locations operated by the Society.
Cedar Crest provides services to individuals and small groups, based on the identified needs of the participants. Personalized plans that reflect individual needs, wishes and preferences are developed and maintained. Individuals have their health and safety needs met and their well being promoted during their participation in the Self Help Skills programs.
Cedar Crest programs provide consumers with the opportunity to experience inclusion and make meaningful contributions to the community through occupational, vocational and social/recreational programs. Cedar Crest participates in integrated case management processes and activities. Cedar Crest works collaboratively with other contracted professionals
as requested. The Society provides all necessary skills, materials, expertise and organizational/administrative support necessary to deliver these services.
As part of the Community Inclusion programs funded by Community Living British Columbia the Cedar Crest Society offers services to assist eligible individuals seeking employment or volunteer opportunities in the community.
The program offers a combination of work experience, ongoing support and training to assist individuals to find and maintain employment. These services will be provided in the community of 100 Mile House.
Cedar Crest works collaboratively with other contracted professionals as required. The Society will provide all necessary skills, materials, expertise and organizational/administrative support necessary to deliver the services. It will participate in integrated case management processes and activities, and in development of individualized plans and programs.
Cedar Crest develops work opportunities (either paid or volunteer) and matches jobs to clients. The program assists consumers with the development of résumés and work-related documents. Cedar Crest will train clients in needed skills prior to job placement and on the job, or enable clients to access necessary training.
The Society will monitor job placements, provide on-the-job support as needed and provide or arrange transportation to and from the work site. Cedar Crest may also make written agreements with employers regarding employment goals, goals for learning, salary and supervision.
The Cedar Crest Society provides Semi Independent Living supports to individuals referred to the program by the local Community Living British Columbia staff.
These individuals will require supports to live, as independently as possible, alone with family/partner or friends in an apartment or house. Services will be personalized to maximize their chosen independent living option.
Services can include supports around:
The goal of the program is to provide for regular contact to prevent isolation and ensure the client's concerns and issues are addressed in a timely manner.