Health Services for Community Living
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Location Address City
South Cariboo Health Centre
Alexis Creek Health Centre
Anahim Lake Nursing Station
Pleasant Valley Health Centre
Ashcroft Hospital and Community Health Care Centre
Barriere Health Centre
Blue River Health Centre
Castlegar and District Community Health Centre
Scotch Creek Medical Clinic
Chase Primary Health Care Clinic
Clearwater Community Health
Clinton Health & Wellness Centre
Cranbrook Health Centre
East Shore Community Health Centre
Creston Health Unit
Edgewood Health Centre
Elkford Health Centre
Enderby Community Health Centre
Fernie Health Centre
Golden Health Centre
Boundary District Hospital
Invermere Health Centre
Kamloops Public Health Unit
Kaslo Primary Health Centre
Victorian Community Health Centre of Kaslo
Community Health & Services Centre
May Bennett Wellness Centre
South Similkameen Health Centre
Kimberley Health Centre & Home Support
Lillooet Hospital & Health Centre
Logan Lake Primary Health Centre
Lumby Health Unit
St. Bartholomew's Health Centre
Nicola Valley Hospital and Health Centre
Midway Health Unit
Nakusp Health Unit
Nelson Health Centre
Slocan Community Health Centre
Oliver Health Centre
Osoyoos Health Centre
Penticton Health Centre
Princeton Health Centre
Queen Victoria Health Centre
Revelstoke Public Health
Rock Creek Health Centre
Salmo Health and Wellness Centre
Salmon Arm Health Centre
Sicamous Health Centre
Sparwood Primary Health Care
Summerland Health Centre
West Chilcotin Health Centre
Kiro Wellness Centre
Vernon Community Care Health Services
Vernon Health Unit
West Kelowna Health Centre
Cariboo Memorial Health Centre
Williams Lake Health Centre
Is a referral required?
Yes.  Contact your local Home and Community Care office to find out more.
Are there eligibility restrictions?
Health Services for Community Living serves people living in the community who have a developmental disability.  Services are available to any BC resident, 19 years of age or older, who are eligible for services to people with developmental disabilities under the guidelines of the Community Living BC.
Is there a cost?
HSCL health professional services are provided to you without cost.
We offer this service in the following language(s):
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As a step towards reconciliation, Interior Health acknowledges the land that we live, work, and play on as the traditional territories of the Dakelh Dene, Ktunaxa, Nlaka’pamux, Secwepemc, St’at’imc, Syilx and Tsilhqot’in peoples. It is with humility that we continue to strengthen our relationships with the First Nation, Métis, and Inuit peoples of the interior.
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