Telephone: Betty Ann: (250) 376-5495
A group which is an information resource for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is a community group of the Autism Society of BC.
A free, regularly updated directory connecting residents of Kamloops with a wide variety of not-for-profit resources.
Boys and Girls Club of Kamloops - Circle of Friends
This is a group designed to support children aged 6-12 years old who are experiencing a time of grief or loss. For additonal information, click here.
Interior Community Services
Telephone: (250) 554-3134
ICS offers a continuum of prevention and intervention supports to families with children between birth and nineteen years of age. These programs are offered to individuals, families or groups in home, office or community settings. ICS also offers support to children, youth and adults with emotional, physical and mental challenges.
Kamloops Child Care Resource and Referral Program
Telephone: (250) 372-7791
We link families and child care providers by offering free consultation, support, and referral services to parents seeking child care.
Ministry of Child and Family Development
Telephone: (250) 554-5800
Address: #201 - 905 Southill Street, Kamloops, BC. V2B 7Z9
Kamloops Society for Community Living
Provides opportunities for persons with a developmental disability to experience a full life in as many aspects as they so choose. We will do this by providing supports and services to the best of our ability, either alone or in partnership.
Make Children First
Interior Indian Friendship Society
Telephone: (250) 376-1674
Services offered include individual counselling, family support, pre and postnatal support/education, dental health education and counselling and early childhood assessments, nutritional counselling and education, prenatal nutritional supplements, workshops and playgroups.
Interior Métis Child & Family Services
Telephone: (250) 554-9486
The purpose of IMCFS is to implement provision of services for Aboriginal children and families. Programs offered include father support group, foster care, family wellness and counselling.
Secwepemc Child & Family Services
Telephone: (250) 314-9669
The purpose of the agency is to develop a full complement of child protections services for the seven Bands of the Secwepemc Nation.
White Buffalo Aboriginal Health Society and Resource Centre
Telephone: (250) 554-1176
Holistic services in addictions, supported infant and child development, health and wellness, as well as awareness programs for youth, community and professionals.
Infant Development Program
Telephone: (250) 371-4140
If you have a child under three years that you feel is not developing like other children his or her age, contact IDP. The Infant Development Program provides family support and advocacy, developmental assessments, program planning and access to a resource library.
Henry Grube Education Centre
The Henry Grube Education Centre provides a variety of education materials for loans to schools, support personnel for school programming, and meeting facilities for the district.