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Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Arrow & Slocan Lakes – Offers literacy programs for children, families and adults.

Email: aslcoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: (250) 265-3736
Address: 98 6th Avenue, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0
http://www.cbal.org/arrow--slocan-lakes.html

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Castlegar – Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy offers literacy programs for children, families and adults.

Email: castlegarcoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: 250-687-4983
Address: 140 - 1402 Columbia Avenue, Castlegar, BC V1N 3K3

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Creston – Provides literacy programs for children, families and adults.

Email: crestoncoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: 250-402-3534
Address: #5-223 16th Avenue North, Creston, BC V0B 1G0
http://www.cbal.org/creston.html

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Kaslo – Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy offers literacy programs for children, families and adults.

Email: kbcoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: (250) 353-2289
http://www.cbal.org/kaslo--balfour.html

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Nelson – Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy offers literacy programs for children, families and adults.

Email: nelsoncoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: (250) 505-2361
Address: 608 Lake Street (Nelson Youth Centre), Nelson, BC V1L 4C8
http://www.cbal.org/nelson.html

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Slocan Valley – Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy offers literacy programs for children families and adults.

Email: svcoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: (250) 226-6949
http://www.cbal.org/slocan-valley.html

Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Trail – Provides literacy programs and services children, families and adults.

Email: trailcoordinator@cbal.org
Phone: (250) 368-6770
http://www.cbal.org/trail--area.html

Community Harvest Food Bank and Drop In Center – Free hot lunch program and drop-in on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Food bank is open from 10:00 am-2:00 pm on Mondays (except the Monday after welfare cheques are issued).

Phone: (250) 608-2227
Address: St. David's Anglican Church 614 Christina Place, Castlegar, BC V1N 2K7
https://www.facebook.com/Community-Harvest-Food-Bank-and-Drop-In-Center-194111563522/

Creston Community Complex – Offers a range of programs and services for all ages, interests and fitness levels.

Phone: (250) 428-7127
Address: 312 19th Avenue North, Creston, BC V0B 1G0
http://www.rdck.ca/EN/main/services/recreation/leisure-guides.html

Creston Valley Community Services – Provides counselling, early years and seniors programming to the Creston Valley and surrounding communities.

Email: admin@valley.services
Phone: (250) 428-5547
Address: 915 Pine Street, Creston, BC V0B 1G0
http://www.valley.services/

Creston Valley Family Place – Creston Valley Family Place offers programs for children and families.

Email: familyplace@valley.services
Phone: (250) 428-0218
Address: 617 11th Avenue South, Creston, BC V0B 1G0
http://www.valley.services/family-place.html

Creston Valley Infant Development – A home based services for children from birth to three years who are identified as at risk for a developmental delay, or who are developmentally delayed in one or more skill area, or have a diagnosed disability. Contact/Referrals: Referrals to the program are open and may come from parents or professionals.

Email: cvidp@valley.services
Phone: (250) 402-6350
Address: 617 11th Avenue South, Creston, BC V0B 1G0
http://www.valley.services/infant-development-program.html

East Shore Reading Center – East Shore Reading Center (opposite Crawford Bay Hall) has a children's section with books and some DVDs.

Email: escomlib@gmail.com
Phone: (250) 227-9457
Address: 6234 King Road, Crawford Bay, British Columbia

Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development – Up-to-date scientific knowledge on early childhood development, from conception to age five. Topics include: child development, behavior, education, learning, health, nutrition, pregnancy and family. Handy information sheets for families and professionals alike.

Email: cedje-ceecd@umontreal.ca
Phone: 514 343-6111, ext. 2541
http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/

Family Action Network (FAN) – FAN understands the importance of early childhood development, and works together in the Lower Columbia to make it the best region to raise a family. FAN provides annual Ages & Stages events, Easy Peezy Comfort Stations and Family friendly washrooms, learning and networking events.

Email: info@familyactionnetwork.ca
Phone: 1-855-3707
http://familyactionnetwork.ca/