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North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society is a registered charity. Please help support our work through a tax deductible donation. You can make a donation by mailing it to the address above or donate online right now by clicking above.

Your online donation will be processed through Canada Helps and they will issue you a reciept to use with your tax return. Mailed in donations will be processed by us and we will issue a receipt to use with your tax return.


  • Homeopathy For The Young Child - Strengthening your child‘s immune system, Preventive health, Treating fevers and other acute illnesses, Accidents and injuries. Tuesday February 10th. 9:30-11:30. Childcare provided. Registration is required.

  • Mother Goose Story Kits Program - Create story kits for your family using a variety of simple crafting techniques! NO COST! Kaslo Family Centre. Fridays - January 16, 23 & 30 OR February 6, 13 & 20 OR Feb 27th & March 6th. Registration required.

  • Seed to Plate Workshops - Find out what workshops are coming up for growing, preserving, and eating food. All workshops are free!

  • Subscribe to one of our newsletters - We have a new system for our mailing lists. Check it out to see if you would like to be on any of our mailing lists (or if you are wondering why you are not receiving emails from us any more it may be because you haven't signed up to our new system). We do not rent or share your email address with anyone else and you can unsubscribe any time you want.
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Our Mission

North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society is a non-profit, multi-service organization. The Society's mission is to develop and provide services and programs which contribute to a thriving community and enhance the quality of life for North Kootenay Lake residents.

What We Offer

Community Counselling, Addictions and Alcohol Counselling, Children and Youth Counselling, Victims assistance and counselling, Family support, and our Family Centre are a few of the programs we offer out of our Kaslo office. Lifeline, a personal emergency call button, is available to elderly or ill persons living alone. Our Safe Home provides a refuge for women and their children leaving an abusive relationship. Please browse through the links to learn more about our programs.


Funding comes from a number of provincial and federal government ministries and authorities including: Federal Ministry of Health; Interior Health; Children and Family Development; Public Safety and Solicitor General; Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services; Columbia Basin Trust; and is supplemented by client fees, donations, membership fees, fund raising and funding from Foundations.

Our Organizational Structure

The agency is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected from the community. It is run on a day to day basis by our Executive Director.

Learn more about our history in Kaslo and the surrounding area.