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Kermode Drop-in

Kermode Drop-in operates on a daily basis from the Kermode Friendship Society’s new building, at 4714 Park Ave.,  the Waap Sagayt K’uulm Goot “House of One Heart”.

Kermode Drop-in provides a variety of office services, including helping with forms completion and employment applications. We as well provide a daily snack, which includes coffee. Coffee is available from 9-3:30. We can assist with scan to send, photo copying, job search, resumes and cover letters. Reception is open 9-12, closed for lunch  12-1pm, and re-open 1-4PM

This local resource centre may be utilized by all members of the community Tuesday - Thursday; the staff  provide assistance with a variety of interactive workshops including Essential Skills Training, Employment Training.

Visit the Facebook page “Kermode Eagle Room” to keep updated on our daily activities. This project was designed to reach out to the local community so that supports are in place for those who are “at-risk” or homeless. Kermode recognizes that homelessness is a barrier to an individual’s success, and the workers are ready and willing to assist in supporting adults as well as their families who are motivated to work towards their own success.

For more information about Kermode Drop-in please call 250 635 4906.

Emplyment Program : Holly Harris ext.1006

Homelessness Prevention Program: Elias McMillan ext 1031

                                                          Angela Percival ext 1024

Outreach Worker: Stephanie Louie ext.1005

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3313 Kalum Street,
Terrace BC V8G 2N7
Phone: 250-635-4906
Fax: 250-635-3013

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The Kermode Friendship Society membership as represented by the Board of Directors; gratefully acknowledge and thank the Kitselas Nation and Kitsumkalum Nation in Terrace and the Haisla Nation in Kitamaat Village for allowing the Kermode Friendship Society to operate in their respective Traditional Territory.