Employing People in the CommunitySupported Work Placements for Adults with Diverse Abilities
Employing People in the Community (EPIC)
EPIC bridges the gap between job seekers and inclusive employers by providing extensive, individualized job support for each job seeker. We ensure that all employment needs are addressed for both the job seeker and the employer.
.Who We Help
To be eligible for our EPIC Program;
- Participants must be a minimum of 19 years of age
- Be diagnosed with a Developmental Disability
- Be registered with CLBC, and be referred by their office
- Be motivated to participate in an employment program
- Be willing to adhere to a weekly work schedule conducive to finding and maintaining employment
To Access EPIC
- Interested applicants must contact Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) to make an appointment to discuss participating in our EPIC program.
- CLBC will then make a referral to our EPIC program for eligible participants.
- Our EPIC program will schedule an intake meeting with the jobseeker and their respective parent/caregiver (as applicable and with the jobseekers’ permission).
- Please contact the local Community Living BC office (604.870.5900) to confirm your eligibility & request a referral.
Did You Know?Archway has been serving adults with diverse abilities for almost 50 years and the EPIC program has been running since 1988.
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Hours of Operation
8am – 3:30pm
Monday to Friday
2539 Montvue Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3V2
EPIC Clients at Work
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