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2014 Survey is here!

Hello & thank you SO MUCH for taking the time to do this survey! This is a chance for you to tell us how we're doing and what you think of our programs and the staff or support providers. We want to make sure we're doing our best to support your loved ones to live the way they want to live, and the best way for us to do this is to really understand what's working and not working for people, families, and the broader community overall. Please tell us as much as you can!

33rd Annual General Meeting at the Treehouse

Semiahmoo House Society members are invited to our 33rd Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 24th a 7 p.m.  If you are interested in becoming a member of Semiahmoo House Society, click here.

 

Welcome!

Thanks for visiting our website and for supporting inclusion in person and online. We have tried to make our website engaging and dynamic by adding a social media component that contains up-to-date stories and images from the Semiahmoo House community.

Please feel free to look around: if you see any errors or missed links, contact us at shswebmaster@shsbc.ca and let us know.

SBOT Awards 2013

Award Winners for Surrey Board of Trade Non-Profit of the Year 2013

Our Purpose

Semiahmoo House Society, a non-profit organization located in Surrey/White Rock, exists to provide quality services and support to people with disabilities and their families in the community.

Our Philosophy

Semiahmoo House Society believes that people who have disabilities should be valued and included fully in their communities, with the same rights and responsibilities as all people living in Canada.  

We believe that all people have the right to control their own lives through personal choices about relationships, jobs, living arrangements, spirituality, travelling, and recreational activities, and that all people have the right to give back to their communities through volunteering and helping others. Everyone is entitled to live a happy, full and meaningful life. 

We also believe that these rights can be reinforced and protected by making sure that people are connected to and supported by friends, family, staff, and the community.

What We Do

  • Personal Development

  • Employment Training Services

  • Outreach & Family Support

  • Customized Employment

  • Acquired Brain Injury Services

  • Places to Live

  • Peninsula Child Care Centre

  • Professional Training

  • Rec & Leisure

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