Garage Sale and Bottle Drive - August 29th 9am-2pm

Island Crisis Care Society is having a Garage Sale & Bottle Drive on August 29th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Hammond Bay Baptist Church, 4960 Hammond Bay Rd.

If you have any gently used items you wish to donate, please contact Tona at or call 778-441-4227 ext. 3.

Mary's Place, 6682 Dover Rd. on the following days:
• Wednesday Aug. 26th between 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Hammond Bay Baptist Church, 4960 Hammond Bay Rd on:
• Friday Aug. 28 between 12:00 - 4:00 pm.
ICCS office #3-1200 Princess Royal Ave. between:
• 9:00am - 4:00pm. PLEASE CALL FIRST.
We appreciate any donations to our garage sale.

Items for the bottle drive can be dropped off at Hammond Bay Church on the day of the garage sale. So save your recycled drink containers!

Video Gives Great Overview of ICCS

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What We Do

What We Do

  • We provide emergency shelter, supportive and transitional housing, and services for women.
  • We also provide short and long term housing and support for adults experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • We employ over 50 frontline workers in 6 locations in Nanaimo and Parksville.
  • Frontline workers provide clients with meals, clothing, emotional support, non-clinical assessments, and case management. We work with and refer clients to the clinical supports offered by local Mental Health and Substance Use teams.
  • We have extensive experience supporting individuals impacted by trauma, abuse, and mental illness. Our staff are kind caring professionals trained in providing support to vulnerable adults.

Support Worker -- Samaritan House (Posting Number SH1506)

Posting closes: 
August 19, 2015
Job Posting: 
Email Application to: 

Aimee Falkenberg To Speak at ICCS AGM

Aimee Falkenberg

You are Invited!

To the Island Crisis Care Society

Annual General Meeting

Aimee is a Forensic Nurse Examiner in Nanaimo and Surrey as well as the lead director for the Sexual Assault Core Education course at BCIT and a Sexual Assault Clinical Skills Lab instructor for the International Association of Forensic Nurses.

Aimee will describe her day to day work with victims of violence and sexual exploitation.  

She and her colleagues developed training for frontline emergency workers to recognize victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

  • Reports from our program managers and auditor.
  • Refreshments will be served.
  • Aimmee will highlight cases from her work and discuss the services needed on Vancouver Island.

Sweets for the Streets 2015


Sweets for the StreetsIt's Spring and the weather is gorgeous outside! Have you planted your tomato seeds? Come and share in the garden-themed silent auction fundraiser for Samaritan House. We're going to have some great deals for your gardens and if you need something for Mother's Day, this is the time to find that perfect gift!

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