Services

Jo-Anne Stephen is a Youth and Family Engagement Junior Manager with Foundry Terrace.

From jobs to healthcare: 4 ways Terrace Foundry helps youth reach their goals

Jo-Anne Stephen is a Youth and Family Engagement Junior Manager with Foundry…

  • Nov 15, 2021

 

Harvinder Nijjar

Bringing the Terrace community together to build stronger foundations for future success and independence

Building community connections with those living with developmental disability

  • Oct 25, 2021

 

Paige

Terrace youth: walk in, hang out, get help when you’re ready

Terrace Foundry’s space at TDCSS welcomes youth for clinical counselling, or simply friendship

  • Jul 5, 2021

 

Jennifer Connor is a Junior Manager at TDCSS, which means she coordinates staff and clients in three homes in the region: Children’s Respite, Cluster Program and Residential Homes. (Photo: Bert Husband)

Respite, support and long term care: Helping Terrace feel at home!

For children, youth and adults with mental and developmental disabilities, TDCSS is here to help

  • Jun 7, 2021
Jennifer Connor is a Junior Manager at TDCSS, which means she coordinates staff and clients in three homes in the region: Children’s Respite, Cluster Program and Residential Homes. (Photo: Bert Husband)
Melanie Sinnott, Clubs and Groups Worker for TDCSS, hosts arts, movie and social clubs, and looks forward to running more sports and adventure clubs once the pandemic eases. (Photo: Bert Husband)

Shooting hoops, blasting music, and reconnecting after months in isolation

Terrace non-profit offers inclusion and integration through arts, movies, and social clubs

  • May 3, 2021
Melanie Sinnott, Clubs and Groups Worker for TDCSS, hosts arts, movie and social clubs, and looks forward to running more sports and adventure clubs once the pandemic eases. (Photo: Bert Husband)
Troy Peters, Program Coordinator for Youth and Family Services at Terrace and District Community Service Society (TDCSS). (Photo: Bert Husband)

Supporting and empowering Terrace youth… by any means necessary!

When the pandemic hit, they offered services via text, backyard chats or walks in the neighbourhood

  • Apr 5, 2021
Troy Peters, Program Coordinator for Youth and Family Services at Terrace and District Community Service Society (TDCSS). (Photo: Bert Husband)
Service BC offices remain open across the province with measures in place to ensure social distancing. Residents are encouraged to use online services. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Service BC offices remain open with social distancing measures, first hours of business for vulnerable

The first hour priority service given to seniors and people who have underlying health conditions

Service BC offices remain open across the province with measures in place to ensure social distancing. Residents are encouraged to use online services. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)