Aboriginal disability society gets funding for case worker – Times Colonist
The organization has about 400 clients and receives thousands of calls for assistance every year in British Columbia.
The British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, the only Indigenous disability organization of its kind in Canada, has hired a case worker to serve the capital region thanks to funding from the Victoria Foundation.
The internationally recognized and award-winning national organization has been meeting the needs of clients with mental and physical disabilities for 32 years.
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