“A Helping Hand to Justice.”
The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia provides culturally-appropriate services to Indigenous people and communities consistent with their needs. Our services are accomplished by assisting persons involved in the criminal justice system; providing access to counselling and referral services for clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; providing advocate services for Indigenous family and youth. Our dedicated employees are responsible to the needs of the community by providing quality, innovative and educational options where people are treated with dignity and respect.
Directors are community-elected in thirteen regions throughout the province.
They serve three year terms on the Board of Directors. Our Board functions primarily as a “policy board” and operates with two main committees: an executive committee, which is responsible for providing direction, and the finance committee, which monitors the financial health of the association and provides recommendations to the executive committee. Our Executive Director is responsible for the operations of the association and its activities.
We have provided our publications, annual reports, brochures and other materials for your reference at the link below.